IIS. How many VDS you need resources for your sites?

Good afternoon.
Want to make a web server on IIS on Windows 2008 Web Edition/2012 on VDS
Please tell us a bit who is experienced in this matter.
How much need resources to do so in the context of "processes/RAM/disk"
Is really only one main site with attendance until 100-200/day
+ personal services of a small

What about security? Firewall enough or some AntiVir better?

As easier to manage? Maybe some webpanel free for Windows is?

Thanks for the info in advance)
June 14th 19 at 20:19
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June 14th 19 at 20:21
How much need resources to do so in the context of "processes/RAM/disk"
Only the test - set, launch monitor load and choose to add or not resources.
Because the sites are different, as stuffing, and in attendance, and VDS are the same is not the case, and given the fact that in many cases VDS resources are provided dynamically and are not guaranteed at all fun.

What about security? Firewall enough or some AntiVir better?
Need a normal iron firewall that enables access only to the necessary ports WinServer, regular firewall also configure. Any online software - web server antivirus is something unimaginable. On the other hand if you have a bulk load of files - well it would be nice for any antivirus scanner to check them, but this is obviously not to server security concerns, and the quality of services to users.

As easier to manage? Maybe some webpanel free for Windows is
?
Lebanese should not be used on Linux machines and on windows. It is not clear what is not satisfied with the standard GUI?
If you have a server without a GUI - is there a power shell, and the snap connection to the remote server.

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