AmelieViennot
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What config to run 10 vms on a regular laptop ?

Hi guys 

I am about to buy a laptop can you please let me know if the config below is enough to run 10 vms on windows 10 or should İ upgrade processor or RAM ? İ will be running Uİpath on each VM to do very basic automated administration work. Please dont get too technical in your answers İ am not a technical person. Many thanks

Processor- Intel® Core ™ i5 10210U Processor
- 10th Generation Intel® Core ™ i7 1065G7 Processor
 10th Generation Intel® Core ™ i5 1035G1 Processor
- 10th Generation Intel® Core ™ i3 1005G1 Processor
OS- Windows® 10 Pro
- Windows® 10 Home Single Language
- Windows® 10 Home Single Language
- Windows® 10 Home Single Language
- Windows® 10 Home Single Language
 FreeDOS (No operating system.)
Screen 15.6 "FHD TN 45% 220NIT
Display card Intel® G1 (I3 & I5) & Iris Plus (i7) Graphics
RAM- 8GB DDR4
- 4GB DDR4
 32GB DDR4
- 16GB DDR4
- 12GB DDR4
Storage- 960GB SATA SSD (Read: 500MB / s - Write: 450MB / s)
- 500GB M.2 SSD PCle 3.0 (PCle; Read: 1900MB / s - Write: 950MB / s)
- 500GB 2.5 '' 5400RPM HDD
- 480GB SATA SSD + 500GB M.2 SSD PCle 3.0 (PCle; Read: 1900MB / s - Write: 950MB / s)
- 480GB SATA SSD (Read: 555MB / s - Write: 540MB / s)
- 2TB M.2 SSD PCle 3.0 (Read : 3500MB / s - Write: 2900MB / s)
- 240GB SATA SSD (Read: 540MB / s - Write: 500MB / s)
- 240GB M.2 SSD (Read: 500MB / s - Write: 350MB / s)
 1TB M .2 SSD PCle 3.0 (Read: 1800MB / s - Write: 1800MB / s)
- 1TB 2.5 '' 5400RPM HDD + 500GB M.2 SSD PCle 3.0 (PCle; Read: 1900MB / s - Write: 950MB / s)
- 1TB 2.5 `` 5400RPM HDD + 240GB M.2 SSD (SSD; Read: 500MB / s - Write: 350MB / s)
- 1TB 2.5 "5400RPM HDD + 1TB M.2 SSD PCle 3.0 (PCle; Read: 1800MB / s - Write: 1800MB / s)
- 1TB 2.5" 5400RPM HDD + 120GB M.2 SSD (SSD; Read: 500MB / s - Write: 320MB / s)
- 1TB 2.5 '' 5400RPM HDD
- 120GB SATA SSD (Read: 500MB / s - Write: 380MB / s)
- 120GB M.2 SSD (Read: 500MB / s - Write: 320MB / s)
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
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scott28tt
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How much resource does each of those VM workloads use?

Multiply that by10, add an overhead of 10%, add the resources that the host OS will need, then you have your minimum for everything to work.

 

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