Combining Redundancy And Security

Now more than ever dedicated servers are designed with multiple cores to truly take advantage of multi-threaded processing. This does not mean however, that so long as a server has more than one core that it is going to be okay. As has been observed with workstations themselves, having as many as 6 or 8 cores is advantageous because of the increasing requirement to spread processor loads among different cores. What this makes for is a more stable experience where systems running multiple programs won’t suffer much of a performance hit. This has always been more of a requirement for dedicated servers because of the nature of the job that they do, but with the workstation leap to multi-core processors, servers have benefited from the increased production of multi-core processors.

One of the best selling servers on the market today is the HP ProLiant DL380 which has been designed to offer a fantastic level of performance, even under heavy strain. Before investing in a cloud server solution, it is vital that you or your IT manager understands the technology involved and how well it will be suited to your applications. Also of importance will be the commitment to upgrading on a regular basis so that your business is always in the best hands. Proven technology won’t let you down in this area and it is HP who have risen above many other competitors to realise this precious cloud server requirement.

On top of a commitment to upgrading, there should also be an absolute commitment to the backup and storage of data. This means in terms of both security and failsafe technologies that can protect data from hackers and unforeseen technological failure. There is also the issue of physical datacentre security since datacentres are such sensitive areas with many areas that can be compromised.