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Anyone have any good advice or servers they have used in a small business environment. Looking at Dell, HP, Sun and maybe IBM. Not looking to break the bank. Any guidance is appreciated.
we have several ibm bladecenters H with a few hundred hosts across the blades. i know that on stand alone servers, VMs on the same vswitch don't have to send network traffic out to a physical switch to pass data back and forth, it goes through the vswitch to the other VM, but how does data move...