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  • Bare metal servers

    Limited Offer. Check here.

  • #2
    Re: Bare metal servers

    Help me to understand Ken
    What is being offered to lease
    -Example a brand/model like HP DL120G6/Intel G6950
    -is physical hardware, equipped as specifed
    -Is this offer to lease that specific hardware, located in one of the four centers
    and what is the price relating to? monthly/annual
    and includes what OS if any ?

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    • #3
      Re: Bare metal servers

      Bare metal servers are physical servers.
      Select first location. Examine then what is available. Then configure if you need and select os. Then select period to pay.

      Leaseweb runs their own datacenters if that means anything.

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      • #4
        Re: Bare metal servers

        Thanks Ken
        I didnt see the "select OS part" I will investigate further.
        I expect that server software will be included as with most other datacenters.

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        • #5
          Re: Bare metal servers

          Last two hours are running.

          I did take one Linux vps (2gb) and two windows vps (2gb) for development purposes only and the price was 54$ (8 + 23 +23). VPS has extra firewall so no problems when testing live.

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          • #6
            Re: Bare metal servers

            So potentially you can have 2 concurrent Alpha remote desktops running. They could each be running one A5 workspace with two users networked to the one db.
            The Linux vps, will that be need to provide the virtual data (drive)? Is it preconfigured for you ?

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            • #7
              Re: Bare metal servers

              These servers are just virtual servers meaning in this case that they all have public ip and they have just the ordered os installed and they are ready to run what ever software user will install to them. And as I mentioned they all have an extra firewall( a must thing) that you can configure as you wish using browser.

              Your example would be better to accomplish with cloud servers. They also have a private ip so for example the database server is easy to bind to other servers (and hide totally from outside world).

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              • #8
                Re: Bare metal servers

                Thanks
                I get it
                you are talking web server
                My mind is in remote desktop - this thread is in the server neutral zone of General Questions.

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                • #9
                  Re: Bare metal servers

                  When you buy Windows vps or cloud server you get an empty windows server 2008 or 2012 pre installed with original server 2008 or 2012 software . Then you manage this server using RDS. RDS is up and runnig when you get the server. Using RDS you install what ever desktop or other software you need. So there is no web server or any other software up and running when you get the server. Just the original server software with rds pre confiqured for admin purposes by Leaseweb.

                  You also have an extra management software (nothing to do with the server software) made by Leaseweb which you use in your browser. Among other things with this you can manage the extra firewall that has nothing to do with servers own firewall. With this extra firewall you can bind the servers RDS/SQL for example to just one ip and so on.
                  This means that your server is safe from port hammering and the hammering do not waste your servers performance.

                  The difference between Windows vps and cloud server is that cloud server also has a private ip so for example you can use a load balancer(from Leaseweb) if you need that kind of software. So you can also hide all the other servers behind the frontserver.

                  So desktop use or web use the server management is same thing in Leaseweb.

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                  • #10
                    Re: Bare metal servers

                    Thanks for a clearer explanation.
                    The RDS is your interface with the server.
                    To have a multi=user app running would require one server and RDS for each "terminal" I guess.
                    If not I'll probably need to do a degree course.

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