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I've setup the server onto Windows Azure platform for GP/SQL and terminal server for users to access.
Server Configuration as follows
GP/SQL Server: A6 Machine (Memory Intensive) 4 Core x 1.6 GHz CPU, 28GB RAM
Terminal Server:A7 Machine (Memory Intensive) 8 Core x 1.6 GHz CPU, 56GB RAM
No of users: Concurrent users expected: 60
OS: Windows Server 2012 R2 64 bit
Connectivity from the client side to Azure platform
Business internet line: Downstream: 100Mbps UpStream: 25Mbps
Connectivity to the Azure server from client; using RDP
During the test, we are having issues with latency on to the server from the client side. Can anyone provide me the best practice of GP setup onto Azure platform, in order to have a smooth connectivity?
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