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minecraft server on Azure

Hello friends, I will buy a minecraft server on Azure, but I want to avoid problems like lag and freezing when there are over 100 people and players on the server. Do you have any advice for me?

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Hi,

I recommend (Which we performed earlier but for different gaming server)

1) Build a pilot project and check the performance with few users by using Jmeter or NeoLoad
2) Based on the above result and load we calculated VM size, storage, computing required
3) We ran the same performance test on the finalized set up with the number of users required. In our case, we did with 10k concurrent users

The above steps can be applied for multiplayer or single-player games but architecture and server configuration complete vary.

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/gaming/azure/reference-architectures/multiplayer-basic-game-server-hosting

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/gaming/azure/reference-architectures/multiplayer

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/gaming/azure/reference-architectures/multiplayer-synchronous

Regards,
Eshwar

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