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Old 07-12-2013, 08:56 PM
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Really that all depends on your budget. Depending on how much money you have to burn through and what your expected ROI is, then you have several, as Ken said. If you are just starting our you may want to consider cheaper or even maybe used hardware with a build by need model on the high end servers. Your ROI will determine your price, switches, hardware, powering and monitoring (if not provided by datacenter), and even remote hands costs. I think if you are going to be venturing into this you may wish to do some thorough research first, or even contact a some informative people for help. Anyone you buy colocation from will give you suggestions more times then not. It also helps you build a relationship with your provider.
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