vms

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    Small server with Mac mini

    Hi! First thanks if anyone can gime some small advice, this is my first post. I want to deploy 3 Small VM´s each one with it´s own ddns, SSl certificate, ssh & sftp. They want it will be VM´s beacuse if they work as right, i want to manage the resources, CPU, RAM, HDD, etc or even move in a...
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    Building new server

    Current system: is Unraid for Plex, VM for Minecraft, and a couple of dockers (Unifi, PiHole, etc) Supermicro 826 2u case Supermicro X9DRi-LN4+ motherboard Dual Xeon 2650 v2s Lots of RAM I bought a Quadro P2000 and a Supermicro 846 case to move everything over. So the question is can I get a...
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    Proxmox server with separate unraid storage box, is it possible?

    Hi, new to forum and looking to get some answers. I currently have a supermicro sc933 server with dual xenon x5650 that is used in unraid with 50tb of storage (with about 15tb used).I recently bought a supermicro sc836 with dual e5-2640v2 to do some learning about vms. I was thinking about...
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    Clarification about PXE, VDI and thin client technologies?

    I've been trying to research a concept but I'm unsure what its actually called and was hoping someone might be able to point me in the right direction, or give me a very basic rundown on how it works and what its called. I'm probably using the wrong terms to describe it here. Is there such a...
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    Reasonably priced Enterprise/Server SSD's in Europe ?

    So I've been running my main vSphere host on 4 250G WD Blue SSD's in Raid5 for a while now. I went for the Blues as my raid controller somehow hated the Samsung 850EVO/PRO's. Now I know that running consumer SSD's like that is anything but best practice (especially for hosting a ton of VM's) and...
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    Hard drive setup for hosting multiple VMs?

    I am building a new home server in SuperMicro SC846 with ESXi for virtualization. The initial plan is to spin up the following virtual machines: - Windows 2012 Plex Server with DVR - BlueIris NVR - PiHole - Ubuntu VM for torrent client - UniFi controller - Reverse Proxy - 1-2 rotating...
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    Canada Go Big or Go Home: 144 GB Ram, 16 threads @ 3Ghz ESXI / Hyper-V Monster Server - $445 US/ $595 Can

    Great Home Lab / VM Server - Dell R710 Dual X5570 (16 Threads @ 3 Ghz each! ), 144 GB Ram, $595 I would say the Dell R710 is the most compatible / supported Server available. i.e. it is supported by just about every OS (including ESXI 5-6, Windows Server OS's 2003 to 2016 and Windows Desktop...