Blade Servers

Posted: June 3, 2011 in Active Directory, Server, Server 2003, Server 2008
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Blade computing introduces a new data center paradigm where various thin compute blades share centralized resources in a single chassis. Ablade server is a single circuit board populated with components such as memory, processors, I/O adapters, and network connections that are often found on multiple boards. Server blades are built to slide into existing servers. They are smaller, need less power, and are more cost-efficient than traditional box-based servers.

 

Managing these servers requires the following:

  • A virtualized view of the servers and resources it uses (such as storage)
  • A high level of security within the server and on the network devices
  • Dynamic resource provisioning that is automated as much as possible
  • A layout that is easy to scale to meet ever-increasing user demands

Data centers will realize a shift from box-based servers to densely packed racks of blade-based servers.

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