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Anyone want to be a test case for some hardware that I think will instantly resolve server performance for most servers?

By Andrew Pollack on 10/21/2009 at 05:11 PM EDT

I'm talking with a company that makes a bit of hardware that isn't cheap, but that I think would potentially allow Domino servers that are I/O bound (like you, my friend up in Canada) to get as much as ten times the scale and performance without any other changes. I'm talking to them about potentially doing a white paper. The project would require a few sites willing to try it out and be noted on the paper with some performance results (nothing proprietary, just some raw data numbers).

If you think your situation would be a workable fit, reply here or email me. It would be helpful to know if you actually think you could get the project approved. Obviously, "household name" companies would be extremely well received, but are not required.

* No, it's not an approved project yet -- it's an idea we're kicking around. I want to see what the interest is.


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re: Anyone want to be a test case for some hardware that I think will instantly resolve server performance for most servers?By John James on 10/21/2009 at 11:53 PM EDT
Well, seeing as Canada was mentioned, and some fellow up there (here?), that I
might as well throw my hat in the ring, if only to find out more information...
re: Anyone want to be a test case for some hardware that I think will instantly resolve server performance for most servers?By Erik Brooks on 10/22/2009 at 09:49 AM EDT
I'm shooting you an email now...


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