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Blade Server

Blade servers are stripped down computer servers with a modular design optimized to minimize the use of physical space.:-

  • Blade server saves space; minimize power consumption and other considerations, while still having all the functional components to be a computer.
  • The blade architecture allows a number of servers, on the blade cards, to be housed with a single chassis.
  • The blade server combines the hardware of the computer server, such as a processor, a memory and a network connection, in one extension card, also known as one server blade.
  • The blade server has a higher calculation capacity and higher stability, and occupies less space than a traditional computer server.
  • The blade server reduces the cost and the working temperature; moreover many functions and performance thereof are better than those of traditional computer servers.
  • Network access for all server blades in a chassis reduces cabling complexity and allows for relocation of server resources.
  • A server blade, along with storage, networking and other blades, are typically installed in a rack-mountable enclosure that houses multiple blades that share common resources such a cabling, power supplies and cooling fans.
  • A blade server in this sense is literally a server on a board containing processors, memory, integrated network controllers, an optional fiber channel host bus adaptor (HBA), and other input/output (IO) ports.
  • Unix/Linux Server

    Today’s IT landscape for large enterprises is evolving rapidly and new measures of performance means delivering services faster, with higher quality, and with superior economics. Power Systems provide servers and software that are the foundation for an enterprise infrastructure that can help businesses manage rapid change, reduce business risk, and meet higher service levels – all in the most cost-effective manner.

    IBM Power Systems Express offerings are products, solutions and services that matter to midsized businesses. An integrated approach to the design and testing of Power Systems Express servers ensures midsized businesses can rely on the higher quality of service needed for a cost and energy efficient IT infrastructure.

    IBM has become the industry’s number one UNIX systems provider by delivering more performance and reliability for clients’ IT investments than any other UNIX or Linux system provider. IBM’s consistent delivery of POWER™ processor-based systems offer leadership performance and modular designs that grow easily with your workload needs. IBM Power™ Systems servers have a proven architecture and offer a highly integrated, scalable, reliable and virus-resistant platform. Unlike Windows®-based alternatives, IBM Power™ Systems Servers allow you to focus on your business rather than attending to the perpetual, daily minutia of managing server farms.
    The POWER 7 Systems packed with excellent capabilities of Virtulization, Live Partition Mobility, Reliability, Energy efficiency, Reduced licensing (owing to higher performance per core) have become the industry leader in UNIX computing in Business and HPC environment.

    Windows Server

    Windows servers are more powerful versions of their desktop operating system counterparts and are designed to more efficiently handle corporate networking, Internet / intranet hosting, databases, enterprise-scale messaging and similar functions. Windows Server is a brand name for a group of server operating systems released by Microsoft Corporation. Microsoft has also produced Windows Server Essentials (formerly Windows Small Business Server) and Windows Essential Business Server (discontinued), software bundles which includes a Windows Server operating system and some other Microsoft Servers products.
    The Windows Server name made its debut with the release of Windows Server 2003 and continues with the current release, Windows Server 2008 R2, which shares its codebase with Windows 7. Windows Server 2008 R2 debuted in October 2009 and currently has its first service pack (SP1) in development.

    Windows Server Roles and Technologies

  • Active Directory Certificate Services (AD CS)
  • Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS)
  • Active Directory Federation Services (AD FS)
  • Active Directory Lightweight Directory Services (AD LDS)
  • Active Directory Rights Management Services (AD RMS)
  • Application Server
  • Branch Office
  • DHCP Server
  • DNS Server
  • Fax Server
  • File and Storage Services
  • Group Policy