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Are you responsible for ensuring the connectivity, uptime, and availability of hundreds of server systems? Are you wrestling with the trade-offs between budget and reliability, availability, performance, and security? Ever wonder what the reality is behind vendors' claims of an easy, quick fix, just by adding software to your existing systems?
This informational document answers the following:
Can a software-only solution pass performance muster?
What stability and security risks are added (or not)?
Can a single solution address server configuration, network connectivity, and storage access?
Where does Server Virtualization (aka hypervisors) fit in to the picture?
PLEASE NOTE: Scalent makes Enterprise-class software. Our solution is appropriate for companies with AT LEAST 50 physical servers only. To better serve those customers, we prioritize our replies to inquiries accordingly.
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