[Freeswitch-users] FreeSWITCH in virtual environments
chad at apartmentlines.com
Fri Jan 29 01:55:35 MSK 2016
I've had very good luck running the newer video branch code on
As far as I understand, the CPU cycles are guaranteed on their platform.
I've had to put as many as 20 cores on a server to handle some of our
busier video conference calls, but with that it runs quite smoothly.
On Thu, Jan 28, 2016 at 2:15 PM, Dan Edwards <DEdwards at vertical.com> wrote:
> I am reviewing the Confluence Virtualization page and had some questions,
> in particular about VMWare. My company distributes some of its software as
> a VMWare image file and we were looking to distribute a new product using
> FS in the same manner. The products operate at a customer premise, on their
> VMWare infrastructure, not in a cloud environment. Since our customers
> already have VMWare, switching to a different VM infrastructure is going to
> hurt, so I am looking for options/alternatives.
> First, does anybody know if the virtual timing issues with VMWare have
> improved since this page was last updated in 2014? Is VMWare still not good
> enough? Is it possible to throw CPU & memory at this and make VMWare good
> enough, or is the virtual timing just not workable?
> On the virtualization page, there was a comment from 2010 that you might
> be happy with a High CPU Medium instance on AWS EC2. Certainly workload is
> a factor here, but I am trying to get my head around how big a machine to
> perform how small a workload. Is there a place where people talk about
> their experiences?
> Are there other VM platforms that might be acceptable?
> Any help or comment is appreciated.
> Thank you,
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