Can`t find best way of remote management

September 14, 2009 at 09:01:08
Specs: Windows server 2008
We`re upgrading our few years old system to new configuration. Here is it:
• Dual Xeon-2.8 GHz CPU, 4Gb RAM, 1TB HDD
• Xeon 7000 Sequence, 8GB RAM, 4 TB HDD
• Intel Xeon DP 3.8F, 4 GB RAM, 2TB HDD
I`m running MS Windows Server 2003 R2 on old stuff. I want to install Windows Server Core R2, and manage it remotely, either iSCSI, while on other 2 – Widows Server 2008 R2. I`d like to install Server Core R2 to Xeon-2.8, to run Active Directory Domain Service and Hyper-V on it.
Also I`m thinking to purchase Discs Array HP StorageWorks MSA60. My old shared storage was managed by such iSCSI solution as SvSAN, but it`s no good for me now.
What would you adjust me, please?

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September 22, 2009 at 02:53:38
I think it will be good to use iSCSI for managing all that stuff. As I know the best in iSCSI are StarWind, Datacore and Lefthand. Anyone?

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September 22, 2009 at 05:56:51
I has used Openfiler and Datacore. Datacore is too complicated for me. Openfiler have GUI,but I have however found the GUI frontend can easily become unresponsive which can be a little frustrating. Now I`m using StarWind. I'm fully satisfied with their product and service.

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