Do you have an idea how many servers are needed to handle 100,000 concurrent users of a member site?
Some factors you should look at include:
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Once you've considered these factors, take the data you've collected and create stress tests to validate the load requirements. Only by testing can you determine how much load the application can handle, and whether you'll be able to scale it by adding more servers.
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