In our November 18th blog post we published load testing procedures and results for OFBiz 13.07 running a scenario of 1,000 OPD. Today we’ll share practical information about what sort of server configuration you would need on AWS in order to facilitate 1,000 OPD and what you might expect to pay for this.
OFBiz 13.07 server configuration on AWS-1,000 OPD
After performing load tests on various sets of instances on AWS, we determined that the optimal suitable set of servers to deliver 1,000 OPD is as follows:
Note: we used architecture as outlined in a previous blog post: Technical Design for Apache OFBiz load testing with Apache JMeter. This is the optimal set of servers that can run OFBiz for business in the 800-1,200 OPD range.
OFBiz 13.07 server configuration with added pricing information
Next, let’s take a look at the same configuration information, this time adding a column containing price-per-hour details that can help you calculate the overall cost of setup on AWS:
|S.No.||Name||Instance Type||#CPU||RAM(GB)||Price per hour|
Total estimated cost per month for OFBiz 13.07 server configuration setup on AWS
Finally, let’s calculate the total setup cost for this set of server for a month:
(0.070*24*30) + (0.105*24*30) + (0.070*24*30) + (0.090*24*30) = 242
(Additional cost of RDS server is 0.115 per GB -per month)
We can now calculate that for the setup setup detailed above, the estimated cost-per-month is approximately $242.00.
Note: It is important to have an accurate sense of a typical price range for the overall cost of setup on AWS. Keep in mind that pricing may vary from region to region.The prices listed above were calculated for the US East (N. Virginia) region.
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Arun Patidar is a Manager of Enterprise Software Development with HotWax Systems. Arun is an e-commerce ERP enthusiast and full time developer with expertise on OFBiz. He enjoys participating in the OFBiz community and sharing his thoughts on new interventions in the OFBiz community.