commodity machine

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commodity machine

An off-the-shelf device that is readily available for purchase. Commodity PCs and servers often refer to x86 machines, which are the world's largest desktop, laptop and server platform. See x86-based system, COTS and commodity product.
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That's because Oracle needs to raise customer interest in the "engineered systems" notion, upon which it is staking the hardware business acquired through the purchase of Sun Microsystems, rather than compete in the commodity server market.
unveiled a new application called FileStore that's designed to help companies build internal highly scalable, high-performance file-based cloud storage systems using commodity server hardware and the arrays of most storage vendors.
According to the company, the updated NetBackup platform enables customers to mange commodity server and storage hardware as one collective grid and to easily scale their data protection storage environment as their businesses develop.
That means the costs of the so-called commodity server can look considerably higher over its lifespan than the ticket price suggests.
SAP HANA, express edition, allows users to get started for free with a streamlined yet powerful selection of in-memory platform features running in the cloud, on a personal computer or on a commodity server.
The demo is running on Kontron SYMKLOUD hardware, featuring the MS2910 converged infrastructure platform that provides up to 70% in OPEX power & rack space savings versus other 1U commodity servers.
Server SAN is a software-led storage architecture that is built on commodity servers with the concept of directly attached storage.
0, which will be heralded by the replacement of rigid mainframe-based legacy systems with a new class of modular banking systems that are highly scalable due to their use of clusters of commodity servers that are tethered together within a cloud services environment.
Cassandra is an open source distributed NoSQL database management system that is increasingly popular among developers looking to manage large amounts of data across many commodity servers with no single point of failure.

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