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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.
The current architecture contains Sun servers with a 3DC (active, DR, replicate & backup) framework. Few applications hosted on main data center (say DC1) need to be virtualized and other DCs (say DC2 and DC3) also need to participate in server virtualization and use their resources for live...
In a network we have three sun servers having Three Oracle Application Server (9.0.3) running on each of them, Can we run three REPORT SERVER on all the three at a time?