Docuware/SQL document management system IOPS requirements

Posted on 2012-08-28
Last Modified: 2012-10-04
Hello, Im looking to see performance requirements/data for the Docuware system.
Anyone has some rough estimates about # of IOPS I should require for about 15 users? My array also has 6GB of RAM so my read i/o when accessing the Docuware SQL DB should benefit from this ,right?

I dont expect heavy usage from these 15 users.

My storage array can support up to 700 IOPS , so I'm just looking for a quick calculation to see if I'm on the right track or if I should seek a better performing solution. I also want to see if I can run move workloads on this same array.

Thank you!
Question by:darkbluegr
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    by:James Murrell
    impossible to say: I would recommend a local reseller and provide them with this info... change country to one required

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    thanks, it seems there aren't any published performance requirements for this app.

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