What are the server requirements in terms of vCPU and vDISK instead of physical servers?

Fusion Web Gateway is used for WebRTC signaling providing conversion between HTTP & SIP. The Web Gateway is deployed and configured in a high-availability (HA) configuration. 

Fusion Media Brokers provide port muxing, encrypted media handling (sRTP/DTLS), media proxying (ex. for H.264 only calls) and transcoding of audio and video. Media Brokers with transcoding will concurrently transcode video (VP8/browser → H.264) and proxy video/audio calls.  

 For these two components deployed on VMware vSphere:

 

Component

vCPU Cores

vRAM

(GB)

vDisk

(GB)

vNIC

OS (64 bit)

Fusion Web Gateway (v2.1)

4 (8.4 GHz)

8

40+

1+

RHEL 6.4/6.5

CentOS 6.4/6.5/6.6

Fusion Media Broker (v2.1)

8 (16.4 GHz)

 

8

40+

1+

RHEL 6.4/6.5

CentOS 6.4/6.5/6.6

 

* Transcoding between VP8 and H.264 performance varies depending on video resolution, frame rate, bitrate as well as server type, virtualization or bare metal OS installs, processors and audio codecs.  A typical server will handle approximately 2-3 concurrent sessions per vCPU and proxy 10-20 media sessions per vCPU bandwidth permitting.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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