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Container settings

For AWS-deployed Cloudlets, the size of the Cloudlet container can be manually set according to the user's needs and subscription plan. The container can be defined as the computational resources allocated by the server for the execution of a particular Cloudlet, both in terms of memory and CPU cores.

Container size options #

Depending on the complexity of an engine (in terms of LCP, which stands for Livebase Complexity Points), you need to choose the appropriate size for the Cloudlet container, i.e., a container large enough to allow the Cloudlet to run properly.

The available options for the Cloudlet container size are the following:

SizeResourcesEngine Complexity (estimate)
Micro1 CPU core with 2 GB of RAMup to 4000 LCP
Small2 CPU core with 4 GB of RAMup to 12000 LCP
Medium4 CPU core with 8 GB of RAMup to 25000 LCP
Large8 CPU core with 16 GB of RAMup to 50000 LCP

Choose the size of the Cloudlet container #

In the Cloudlets section of the Dashboard, click on the icon in the lower right corner of the Cloudlet panel and choose the Configure option.

Configure Cloudlet

From the Cloudlet configuration panel, click on the Container settings tab.

Select one of the available options from the Preset drop-down menu in the Container size section, and click the Apply or the Okbutton to confirm.

Set Container Size