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ruta

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Hello, we currently run 690 licenses on our Kerio Connect server. We will be increasing our license to 775 this month.

Additionally, we need to upgrade our server hardware and operating system in the coming months. We run on Windows and will be installing on Windows Server 2012 R2. Is it reasonable to consider running Kerio Connect still on one box? Is there an alternate architecture that we should be considering?

What is the recommended physical memory? Is there a sizing guide posted somewhere?

Thanks!
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Hi Ruta. That's a nice jump in users! How far into the future are you looking? Do you see the user count growing significantly beyond 775 in the near future?

Kerio Connect Multi-Server is certainly something to consider as it is distributed solution that is designed to offer easy scalability. It is only distributed as a VMware virtual appliance though.

Ken Snyder
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ruta

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We are generally growing our licenses by 100 per year. My current hardware can no longer cut it. I need to size a scalable solution. Are there any sizing guides posted somewhere?

Hopefully, we won't have to migrate to Office 365. Kerio Connect's requirement for local storage is becoming a problem.
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Sorry for the confusion, let me be more clear:
- Multi-server overview: http://kb.kerio.com/1667
- Requirements for each server role: http://kb.kerio.com/1775

This architecture is specifically designed to accommodate installations such as what you've described.

Ken Snyder
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