The server market continues its robust growth in 2019. Learn about the key trends and market statistics shaping the server market for the near term future.
Load balancing is an an essential component of modern application delivery and server deployment. Learn more about load balancing in this in-depth guide.
Learn the many advantages of network servers, including file access, collaboration, and better management and work flow. Plus: tips for network security.
Server management is critical to the success of IT operations, but what is it all about and how can server management services and tools help your business?
The HPE Synergy 660 Gen10 includes up to four Xeon Scalable processors. It is designed to reduce operational complexity for traditional workloads and increase operational velocity for new applications and services.
With dense compute and an expandable storage subsystem, the Dell PowerEdge MX840C delivers the flexibility and agility needed by demanding environments.
The low-cost SigmaBlade M enclosures feature hot-swap redundant components, server blades and switch modules in an eight-blade chassis that takes up 6U of rack space.
The SuperBlade enhances system computing density by housing multiple blade servers in a single enclosure. Its application-optimized engineering deliver simplified maintenance.
The Huawei FusionServer E9000 offers a low price for a four-socket Xeon blade, and it's a worthy workhorse for mission-critical and HPC applications.
For those committed to Cisco networking or Cisco platforms in general, Cisco Unified Computing System (UCS) blades make perfect sense. These blades are on many shortlists.
The Lenovo ThinkSystem SN550 ranks third in this guide behind two far more expensive blades. Integration with IBM/Lenovo hardware and software is another big plus.
The HPE BL460c with the c3000 enclosure is a decent choice for SMB server needs. But demanding requirements, other blades may be a better choice.
A list of the top blades for various business uses. Blades severs are basically servers stripped down to the power essentials -- which one fits your budget and compute needs?
Primergy BX2560 M2 beats out competitors on some features, and its enterprise technology track record makes it one that global organizations would do well to consider.
The Dell PowerEdge FX2 is a good entry level blade for those that don’t need massive amounts of compute, memory or storage.
Organizations can get real-time failure insights as well as performance metrics, from OpsManager Plus, among other core infrastructure monitoring features.
These leading server monitoring vendors can handle virtually any type of workload. This in-depth ServerWatch roundup lists eight of the leading server monitoring vendor technologies.
Users can get started for free with the open source Zabbix platform and then scale up commercial support options as needed.
LogicMonitor is one of the fastest options for getting a server monitoring infrastructure up and running. It offers an automated discovery feature that uses different protocols to rapidly find devices and applications so they can be monitored.
Solarwinds Server and Application Monitor (SAM) provides organization with core capabilities needed to manage both server and application infrastructure.
The Datadog service provides a layered set of data visualizations, helping organizations to correlate root cause and performance issues across multiple sets of disparate metrics.
PRTG wins high marks from many organizations for being easy a user friendly choice for monitoring servers and other IT infrastructure.
Nagios is a great choice for server administrators looking for an open source based solution with a broad range options and a large community of users.
Zenoss is among the leading solutions for monitoring, with a robust set of integrations, known as ZenPacks, to help organizations connect to servers and services they want to watch.
Microsoft Hyper-V has gained ground steadily over VMware and now there is little to choose between them. Hyper-V is lower cost and gains ground in terms of Microsoft integration.