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I'm wondering how these servers compare to their comparable IBM counterparts. SturdinessPerformance LINK HERE: http://www.dell.com/us/enterprise/p/poweredge-rack-servers/product-compare What do you like best?Do you like Dell as a brand? Thank you for your opinions :)
Do you use different disk array types in your data center, or do you tend to gravitate toward one setup? How have your disk arrays changed over time? What do you use?
In ideal world, data center upgrades would not only always be reasonably priced, but they would also be highly efficient. However, we're rarely given the luxury of having both. In this economy, are you more inclined to buy equipment that is less expensive but perhaps not as power-efficient,...