Thanks for the help!
Posts made by BradfromxByte
Spiceworks Post... Need help please.
A potential customer posted on Spiceworks with concerns on purchasing refurbished servers from xByte . Can anyone who has purchased from xByte in the past chime in with your experience? Any help would be appreciated.
RE: xByte Offering Free Veeam Availability Assessment. Plus $25 Amazon gift card.
You could run the free version and get the same results, but who doesn't like free money ;)
@wrx7m message me your details, I'll see if cant send something your way.
If anyone else would like to sign up, send me a message.
xByte Offering Free Veeam Availability Assessment. Plus $25 Amazon gift card.
This will go live in a few weeks, but I wanted to offer this to Mango folks first. If you sign up for a free Veeam Availability Assessment, xByte will give you a $25 Amazon gift card.
The Data Availability Assessment will help you:
◾Get complete visibility into your virtual environment
◾Analyze your infrastructure and detect potential issues before they occur
◾Be able to plan your network and storage resources wisely
◾Gain a business view of your infrastructure
◾Get full control over your backup environment – for Veeam Backup & Replication™ users
◾Your personal report with the Data Availability Assessment results
◾Recommendations on improvements
◾The FREE version of Veeam ONE protecting you from downtime
Message me for details.
RE: xByte now offering Cisco, Juniper and HP networking
We are working on getting pricing up soon. If you need pricing on a specific model, it would take 10-15 minutes . That being said, there are huge cost savings VS. the normal channels. It can range from 40-80% off list price and can include Smartnet. Juniper and HP will on our site soon.
xByte now offering Cisco, Juniper and HP networking
Just a heads up, xByte is now offering networking. You can check out our site at http://www.xbyte.com/Cisco-Switches.aspx.
If you have any questions, send me a message.
RE: xByte has delivered with an awesome pair of servers
Glad I could help, thanks Dustin.
RE: RAID Caching and SSD Drives
As mentioned earlier, Dell recommends Cut-Through IO. The Cut-Though IO is an IO accelerator for SSD arrays that boosts the throughput of devices connected to the PERC Controller. It is enabled through disabling the write-back cache (enable write-through cache) and disabling Read Ahead.