Building a course to serve 60~100 concurrent students

I was wondering if any of you faced a similar situation at your school/company, and what are the best practices (besides trying to make file size as small as possible) for building courses for entire classrooms o groups that will access content at the same time (meaning that concurrent users will be high - 60~100 approx.)

We need to build interactive content for students to access during workshops and or classes.  

We made a pilot run in our moodle LMS hosted in a virtual dedicated server (Centos 6, 4 vCPU, 32Gb RAM) and students struggled to get the the SCORM file opened when 60+ people were connected at the same time).

Anyone had a similar situation?  What was your experience?

Thanks for your comments :-)

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