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how much load will SDN API put on Lync FE server - this is during SDN API Lync integration with Arub

I have a customer with whom I am setting up controllers ( master-local) and integrating with Lync. We have installed LDL on their FE servers and Lync SDN API on a separate box and because Lync server will be acting as mediator to pull data from Lync client and send it to Lync SDN API manager server, they would like to know how much load this will put on the FE server. CAn anyone help please ? 

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Re: how much load will SDN API put on Lync FE server - this is during SDN API Lync integration with

I've never seen any change in performance with it running. Might be a better
question for their Lync/Skype for Business team.

Tim Cappalli | Aruba Security TME
@timcappalli | timcappalli.me | ACMX #367 / ACCX #480
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Re: how much load will SDN API put on Lync FE server - this is during SDN API Lync integration with

Thank you, Tim. 

 

Would you happen to have a best practices guide for how they should install the SDN API ? 

 

Some of their questions are listed below and I could not find any resolution in Aruba technical documents.

 

  1. While SDN API installation, its ask me to “join (or create) a pool of SDN manager” or “Set up an individual SDN manager that shares its setting  with other SDN manager” what option do I need to select?
  2. What is recommendation for SQL database instance? Can I use SQL Express edition?
  3. Can I store SQL database on same box? Where SDN API installed.
  4. Do you have SDN API installation guide?
  5. For Target URI. Do I need to user HTTPS://<controller FQDN>  or HTTP://<controller FQDN>  
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Re: how much load will SDN API put on Lync FE server - this is during SDN API Lync integration with

There is likely Microsoft documentation for your questions. Are you using
SDN 2.0 or 2.1? The architecture changed significantly in 2.1



The last question is more targeted towards Aruba. If you want to encrypt the
XML datastream, you would use HTTPS and you would need to issue a server
certificate to your controllers from the same CA that signs the inside of
your Lync environment.



Some of this is covered in the Aruba VRD:
http://community.arubanetworks.com/t5/Validated-Reference-Design/Lync-Over-A
ruba-WiFi/ta-p/199813

Tim Cappalli | Aruba Security TME
@timcappalli | timcappalli.me | ACMX #367 / ACCX #480
Contributor I
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Registered: ‎07-25-2014

Re: how much load will SDN API put on Lync FE server - this is during SDN API Lync integration with

Using SDN 2.1.

 

Thank you for your thoughts. They were helpful. 

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