How do you carve up your allocations for each vACE (context) - 4710
I've been looking into the most efficient way to carve up the allocations (in the resource-class's) for each context in a multi-tenanted environment.
I've been looking at deploying a resource-class per context. Each resource-class would allocate all resources at 20 to 30%. Within each context under the rserver I would rate-limit the bandwidth and connections to meet the requirements. And all other resources would be monitored. By having a resource-class per context allows you to increase or decrease resources should this be required depending on load.
What are your thoughts? Or would you create a context and allocate each resource a percentage based around the design requirements? For example, context B, requires 10Mb through put, 20,000 concurrent connections etc...
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