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August 8, 2015

RAID BASICS TRAINING GUIDE

RAID Basics Training Guide

Discover a Higher Level of Performance

What is RAID?

RAID stands for a Redundant Array of Independent Drives (or disks). RAID gathers individual disk drives into a cohesive drive set. Often called RAID groups or Raid Arrays that can be operated in unison. RAID also offers other benefits.

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July 16, 2015

Windows Storage Server 2012 R2 on Supermicro High-Capacity 3U Cluster-in-a-Box

SuperMicro WSS Cluster In A Box

Windows Storage Server 2012 R2 on Supermicro High-Capacity 3U Cluster-in-a-Box

Supermicro’s 3U SuperStorage Bridge Bay running Windows Storage Server 2012 R2 Standard is a fully redundant, fault-tolerant Cluster-in-a-Box designed for mission-critical, enterprise storage.

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June 17, 2015

sg13 1u server promotion

The ServerWare® SG13 Promotion @RM2998 Only

ServerWre Sg13 1U Server Promotion

The all time favorite SG13 1U Server System designed for all usage of a data center class servers and appliances.

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June 16, 2015

new sg12s

ServerWare® SG12S 1U Storage Server

Serverware SG12S 1U Storage server

The ServerWare® SG12S 1U Server is based on Quanta® Server specifications design.

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April 10, 2015

ipmi best practices

Best Practices for managing servers with IPMI features enabled in Datacenters

Baseboard Management controllers (BMC) with IPMI is commonly used to manage servers. Most Supermicro server models support IPMI either through a dedicated management interface or through a shared LAN. All X7 and later generation products have IPMI 2.0 enabled that provides security through encryption algorithms. BMC provides powerful remote debugging capabilities in the datacenters but at the same time if not configured properly, causes unwarranted access to BMCs from Internet or within the company and can compromise the security of your machines. Supermicro recommends the following steps that datacenters need to consider while using IPMI to manage your machines.

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