The general algorithm is:
M[1...n] = 6x * (1 + 0.1y)
x = Size of each application on the HD;
y = Number of concurrent users of each application; and
M = Memory needed for each application.
Perform this calculation for each published QV application, add the results together, add a little bit more for Windows and general overhead, and you have a rough memory estimate. Caution: if your data model is not optimized, I've seen the '6' in the equation go as high as '13'
Hope this helps,
It’s hard to define the hardware sizing without having the story and the whole scenario. You also need to plan for the future in this case.
In rouge case, you can calculate the application usage with this formula:
(file size on disk 35MB) (in RAM 35 * 4 = 140 * 10%(Extra per User))
Conclusion: In RAM 140 + (14 * 50) = 840MB / Application
*These are rouge calculations!!!
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