For a deployment which requires more than 10 screen licenses, it seems to make more sense to install multiple 8 vCPU vTSes on the same ESXi cluster. Yes it would take up a bit more RAM and a bit more HDD space, but you'd be able to utilize far more screen licenses across multiple hypervisors as opposed to a single server which can't be co-resident with other VMs.
Is this observation correct? Is there any particular reason why you'd prefer 30 vCPU unless vRAM wasn't a very stringent commodity?
Resource utilization aside, the first thought that comes to my mind would be if you would like to have fewer conferences with many participants. The 30vCPU is superior here because you would not have to cascade (better end user experience).
Additionally, it is fewer boxes to maintain/manage.
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