Enterprise Class Servers

Effective Solutions for your online business

Enterprise Class Servers and redundant infrastructure are essential to complete critical operations. NetShop's high performance hardware is designed and engineered to distribute escalated throughput, application accuracy and faster pace, at the same time redundant power supplies can be avoided if a power failure should occur due to downtime. Further more, out-of-band management via IPMI gives you straightforward access to your hardware as if it was along side you.

Features
  • High Performance Hardware
  • Redundant Power Supplies
  • A/B Power with Multiple UPS Units
  • Out-of-Band Management via IPMI
High Performance Hardware

One of the key factors of an Enterprise Class Server are the features of its hardware. With all of High Performance Dedicated Servers we offer Seagate Constellation hard drives by default and further more broad range of flash storage choices.Choices such as:

  • Single SSDs
  • Fusion IO drives
  • Large RAID arrays
  • Hardware options
  • High speed RAID cards
Redundant Power Options
Dual Power Supply

Guaranteeing your server will constantly be online and uninterrupted, we provide Dual Power Supplies. If in the unlikely event of power supply fails, the other one ensures your activities will continue operating.

A/B Power

A/B Power supply adds hardware endurance by duplicating the protection from power supply and UPS failure. Ways of further enhancing server reliability is to plug in each power supply into two different circuit breakers. By using this redundant protection the server reliability can be boosted with individual UPS units or battery backup units plugged in to each power supply (this arrangement is known as 1+1 or 2N redundancy).

Remote Management (MIA)

MIA is a Remote Console device which can be attached to any NetShop dedicated server. This remote console provides KVM (keyboard, video and mouse) over-IP capabilities and allows full BIOS level control of the server. It is useful for troubleshooting a server, especially in cases where SSH can't be used. The boot menu can be accessed and network configuration errors can be fixed. The console has virtual media support, so it can be used to install a custom Operating System by mounting an ISO file.

Benefits of MIA:
  • Remote Access, Monitoring, and Logging
  • Standard Interface for Extending Management and Usage
  • Operational Across All Platforms and Configurations
  • Added Reboot Efficiency
  • Out-of-band Management