Operating system requirements
A freshly installed ActiveGate can run your private synthetic monitors on the following operating systems (both HTTP and browser monitors).
|Red Hat Enterprise Linux||7.x|
Synthetic-enabled ActiveGates should meet the following hardware requirements depending on the number of tests executed per hour. The table below presents current limits of tests run from a single location and you won't be able to run more by scaling up the machine.
|XS (2 vCPU)1||S (4 vCPU)||M (8 vCPU)||L (16 vCPU)|
|Min free disk||20 GB||25GB||30GB||40GB|
|Min free RAM||3GB||5GB||8GB||12GB|
|Max number of browser monitor tests executed/h2||300||650||1200||2200|
|Max number of HTTP monitor tests executed/h2||300k||300k||300k||300k|
|Max number of HTTP monitor tests with simple scripts executed/h2||10k||20k||60k||100k|
1 Not recommended for Windows Server-based ActiveGates. This is just a minimal requirement. We recommend at least 25GB of free disk space and 8GB RAM because of the enhancements planned for future releases.
2 As determined in our internal tests. The actual value may vary, depending on the complexity of your monitors.