Hello there! We are at the moment considering deploy a CallInfo based application to about 1200 Cisco IP Phones using apache-tomcat, the average call numbers at any given time is around 100. My question is if we run the CallInfo Sample as it is from the SDK, will there be any scalability issue? Any suggested reading on the topic? Thank you very much for your help!
Cisco has a load generator software - if you have a development support contract, ask your cisco contact about it. Of course, you can also derive numbers emprically.. keep track of CPU and memory use on the server you're running this app on, and if you correlate that with the number of active calls, you can extrapolate how much resources you need per active device.. and if you correlate this with the usual busy hour numbers a customer has, you can tell them what kind of server they need.
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