Scaling to thousands or tens of thousands of simultaneous users?

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Scaling to thousands or tens of thousands of simultaneous users?

Postby Pritchard » Wed Jul 26, 2017 4:14 pm

Can FormaLMS be scaled easily by adding more servers that use the same database?

Has anyone scaled FormaLMS to many users?

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Re: Scaling to thousands or tens of thousands of simultaneous users?

Postby alberto » Wed Jul 26, 2017 4:26 pm

Hi Pritchard, yes, it can be scaled to manage heavy traffic conditions. We already offer a cloud hosting service based on a cluster of servers with balancer and auto-scaling, send me a pvt if you are interested
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Re: Scaling to thousands or tens of thousands of simultaneous users?

Postby Pritchard » Wed Jul 26, 2017 5:28 pm

We would like to scale it ourselves. Using a cloud host provider is not an option for our project. Is simply adding enough server instances enough?

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Re: Scaling to thousands or tens of thousands of simultaneous users?

Postby alberto » Thu Jul 27, 2017 8:41 am

Well, if designing and managing a cluster architecture is simple for you...
We managed pretty well installations up to 25K registered, with hundreds of concurrent users
At some point you will probably need some code and db optimizations, let us know if you need support when you reach the limits.
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