At what number of endpoints would it be recommended that HA components be installed on separate VMs. I was looking to use the UMS & LB installed together, but this approach does not seem like it would scale up well.
It‘s hard to give you clear figures, but here is how I explain to customers:
Well, since the HA module is included by default in the WE License, this topic comes quite often. Let me give you my suggestion: 2000 a.e. is a higher amount of endpoints but not such high as it requires a HA. It’s more a question of redundancy. A second thing: it might have a slight performance improvement but only if we speak about the external DB, so HA isn’t required here. So IMHO, you should be good with one server, an external DB might reprensent an improvement!
How many endpoints are you trying to cover?
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