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Susan wants to sell customized shoes to customers online. She estimates that in her website, the average page size is 85KB, and an average site visitor would visit 72 pages during each visit. She also estimates that about 6000 customers will visit the site during the first month, and site traffic will grow about 20% each month during the first two years, the peak traffic is 1000 visitors at one time. She wants to know some basics about self-hosting. Please help her:
1. 1. Determine the server hardware (HP, Dell, â€?)
2. 2. Determine the server operating system
3. 3. Determine the web server software
4. 4. Determine the database server (DBMS)
5. Determine the network bandwidth (i.e., network speed) that the website needs.
Hint: bandwidth calculation:
For an Internet site, decide how many peak concurrent users you need the server to handle, and multiply that number of users by the average request size on your site. Next decide how long the average user will be willing to wait for a document, at peak utilization. Divide by that number of seconds. Thatâ€™s the bandwidth your server needs.
For example, to support a peak of 50 users with an average document size of 24 KB, and transferring each document in an average of 5 seconds, we need 240 KBs (1920 Kbit/s). So the site needs two T1 lines (each 1544 Kbit/s). This also allows some overhead for growth.