Choosing Right 1U Rack Server for Linux OS Workloads - Seeking Input on Alte

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4 weeks 1 hour ago - 4 weeks 1 hour ago #10557 by Charles Karen
Hello Everyone

I hope you're all doing well. I'm currently in the process of selecting a 1U rack server to run Linux operating system workloads for my project. After some research, I've come across Lenovo as a potential option, but I'd like to hear from those of you who have experience in this field.

Lenovo Option: I've been looking into Lenovo's 1U rack servers , and they seem promising in terms of performance and reliability. However, before making a final decision, I'd like to gather insights from the community. Have any of you used Lenovo servers for Linux workloads, and if so, what has been your experience? Are there any particular models that you would recommend, or any potential drawbacks I should be aware of?

Alternative Brands: Additionally, I'm open to considering other brands if they offer competitive options for 1U rack servers suitable for Linux OS workloads. If you have experience with servers from other manufacturers like Dell, HP, Cisco, or any other brand, please share your thoughts. What models have you found to be reliable and efficient for Linux workloads?Key Factors I'm Considering:
  1. Performance: I'm looking for a server that can handle demanding Linux workloads efficiently.
  2. Reliability: Server uptime is crucial for my project, so reliability is a top priority.
  3. Scalability: The ability to scale up if needed in the future is important.
  4. Support and Warranty: Good customer support and warranty coverage are essential.
Please feel free to share any tips, recommendations, or cautionary tales related to 1U rack servers for Linux workloads.Thank you
Last edit: 4 weeks 1 hour ago by Charles Karen.

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