We upload medical images to azure blob storage. Then view and processing the medical images on OHIF viewer deployed on Azure App service as well.
Our main challenge that we are facing images larger than 500 mgb; streaming these images to OHIF on the client side is a headache.
I’m looking for ideas to make it fast to view large studies.
Put an HTTP/2 server between client and azure blob storage and increase the concurrent request limit on OHIF
// Following property limits number of simultaneous series metadata requests.
// For http/1.x-only servers, set this to 5 or less to improve
// on first meaningful display in viewer
// If the server is particularly slow to respond to series metadata
// requests as it extracts the metadata from raw files everytime,
// try setting this to even lower value
// Leave it undefined for no limit, suitable for HTTP/2 enabled servers
// maxConcurrentMetadataRequests: 5,