With limited budget to spend on new data center hardware, what’s the best strategy for making new server purchases? How much performance does a smaller data center need from its servers, and what kinds of hardware work best for virtualized environments? This handbook provides answers to these questions and also explains how to build a disaster recovery strategy with these new purchases and your storage and networking requirements. Access >>>
Table of contents
- Server hardware for SMBs: Get the most for your money
- Virtualization for SMBs: Optimize hardware value and versitility
- Disaster recovery strategies for SMBs: Make smart hardware choices
- Storage and networking considerations for SMBs: Find ideal speed and capacity
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