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Even though companies are moving to the cloud to solve their data storage needs, the market for physical servers is very hot. Which direction do you see your firm taking? More cloud or more racks?
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 blades or rack servers as a virtualization platform, or do you not have a standard platform? What justified your decision?