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Storage solutions designed to lower bandwidth and infrastructure costs while maintaining the highest levels of data security and privacy.
You need a storage partner that can scale with you as your data needs grow while maintaining maximum uptime so that your data is always accessible.
ServerMania Dedicated Storage Servers are engineered to meet the data challenges faced by your business. Optimized for storage, highly configurable, and totally private, each Dedicated Server is an enterprise-grade bare-metal server packed with your choice of storage media and housed in data centers designed to exceed security and data privacy regulations.
Customizable and Scalable
Do you want to archive terabytes of rarely accessed data? Do you need to share documents that hundreds of
employees use every day? Are you looking for a safe space to store a few gigabytes of small business
records? Each scenario requires a tailored solution.
A Dedicated Storage Server is a uniquely flexible data storage platform. You choose the perfect medium, from inexpensive spinning disks to the fastest SSD and NVMe drives. You choose how much data you want to store, from 120 GB to 80 TB and more. We provide the perfect storage-optimized hardware for your needs. We’ll also work with you to develop a custom solution if you need something beyond our standard configurations or have particular networking requirements.
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We’ve designed our Storage solutions from the ground-up with
everything needed to empower companies
with even the most demanding big data requirements.
We’ve crafted an easy to follow, step-by-step plan to help guide you through the process of choosing and implementing a new data storage server. This guide includes:
… and much more!
When it comes to setting up a cloud storage server, you have two main options: Hybrid and Dedicated Servers. The server type you select is based on the amount of storage you need as well as the I/O requirements.
Hybrid Servers are best for storage under 1TB with minimal or moderate I/O activity. These servers are similar to Virtual Private Servers, but they have fewer tenants per server and feature guaranteed resources. For most people however, Dedicated Servers are the best option for storage servers. They allow full customization of hard drive size, type, and RAID configuration. They are also cheaper per GB when compared to Hybrid Servers.
Considering the vast amount of data that may be transferred ,the network uplink speed and bandwidth allocation of a storage server are critical. It is important to choose a bandwidth plan suitable for the amount of monthly data you need.
1Gbps network ports are one of the best options for storage hosting as it ensures that any client connecting to the server can download data at an exceptionally fast rate. For clients with larger network uplink requirements, we also offer 10Gbps and 20Gbps network ports in specific locations.
Virtual storage servers need to be hosted on premium network routes to ensure that data being uploaded and downloaded from the server can be accessed quickly and efficiently. Take a look at the network upstream providers that your storage server provider utilizes. A company that stands by its connections will provide you with IPs and files to test against to see how it performs to your location.
You should utilize a provider that offers Tier 1 connectivity and redundant network routes. A Tier 1 network is a network that can reach every other network on the Internet solely via settlement-free peering. This guarantees problem-free connectivity as the network performance doesn’t rely on paying peers.
Another important factor is the Service Level Agreement (SLA) that the provider guarantees on network connectivity. A data storage server needs to be accessible at all times, so look for a provider that offers a 100% network uptime guarantee.
The processor you select for a dedicated storage server will impact how efficiently the server is able to handle the day-to-day disk activities. Choosing the best processor largely depends on what actions you will perform on the data.
If it is simply uploaded and stored, then a single processor Xeon will be sufficient. If many users will be interacting with the stored data or if intensive data compression is required, then a dual-processor would provide the processing power to handle heavy tasks.