I’m designing a XenApp 7.13/Win2016 environment on vSphere 6.5 with Tesla M10 for 500 users. All users are office workers (common tasks like Office, webbrowsing with video content etc.). I‘m planning virtual apps as ccu licensing.
My big problem is to understand the limitation of tesla M10. In the datasheet the maximum is 64 users or vGPU instances.
How many xenapp sessions in vGPU or vDGA mode can host on one GPU board? Does the limitation apply for xenapp sessions as well?
How many virtual application ccu licenses do I need, 500?
Could following example a valid configuration for one esxi host with one tesla m10 board?
4 VMs with XenApp 7.13/Windows Server 2016 for ~120 sessions (hosted desktops)
vGPU Mode (with ESXi Enterprise Plus License)
4x M10-2A Frame Buffer Size 2048.
vDGA Mode (with ESXi Standard License)
4x GPU Pass-through
I know that’s depends on user load and only a test drive is the best answer. However, I’d like to understand if this a hardware or a licensing limitation.
Thx for your help.