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CS 16 Performance Expectations

CS 16 Performance Expectations

CS 16 Performance Expectations

Hi does anyone have any details about performance expectations for CS 16- I know this is a loaded question and obviously sooooo much depends on (architecture, WAN, etc) but I am specifically looking for anyone running this in AWS or Azure. I found a white paper in the KC for a comparison of on prem OT test lab and Azure but its for v10... I am looking to incorporate some SLAs into my hosted cloud agreement Here is a smaple of what I am looking for
Client-Side Throughput
Server-Side Throughput
Min Max Average

Execute and Response Times
how quickly individual requests can be served.
Min Max Average

Disk I/O
Avg. Disk Second/Read of Content Server Frontend EFS Drive
The disk I/O performance of SQL Server TempDB has a big impact on Content Server response
Min Max Average

Web Services retrieval and general load
Min Max Average

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