Posted: 22 Sep 2019 0:06 EDT Last activity: 1 Oct 2019 14:24 EDT
Where can non-Pega person download hardware sizing questionnaire
Question #1. I have always requested questionnaire for hardware sizing to Pega people that I know of, but is there any place (i.e. web site) that we can download the latest one without involving Pega people?
Question #2. I believe hardware sizing estimate is for production environment. Is that correct? If so, for development environment, is there any metrics to determine resources? For example, up to X developers, use 8GB RAM, and up to Y developers, use 16GB RAM, etc.
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Request the PRPC Hardware Resource Sizing Estimate Service with you pega account executive, enagement leader. It requires thorough analysis of business uses cases.There You can also send a request to PRPCSizing@pega.com /HardwareEstimate@pega.comfor the current PRPC Hardware Resource Sizing Estimate Questionnaire.Seems to be there is no direct link to download the hardware sizing sheet.
Okay, so always e-mail to check out if there is any latest one. That sounds like a pretty big overhead for hardware sizing team to just send a file back and forth but I understand. Can anyone answer my question #2?
Response to your question#2 is PRPC Hardware Sizing Resource Estimate service is a “living” model driven process for future production solution applications focused on the peak loads. The goal of the PRPC Hardware Sizing Resource Estimate service is to provide a starting point for the production solution application hardware resource planning. There is no specific metrics for development environments.
I understand there is no specific formula for sizing development environment, but no one would go for 8GB for 100 developers. You may survive with 8GB for 3 developers. So there should be some rule of thumb to rough estimate hardware sizing (at least RAM) for Dev. Do you agree?