Blade Servers Seminar report
Blade servers are part of a computer configuration where power, cooling, storage andconnectivity are largely provided by an outer housing or chassis. The chassis contains andservices a number of specialised, stripped down motherboard units - the blade servers - each onea complete computer or service device containing only vital processing and storage elements.Blade server technology was initially developed in the early millennium through apartnership between IBM and Intel. Later, a number of major companies, led by IBM, formed an³industry community´ in February 2006, with a website base at blade.org. The mission of thecommunity is to ³accelerate the growth and adoption of [blade] technologies in the market.´As part of the community development, similar to their action with PCspecifications in the 1980s, IBM made the specifications for blade servers open allowing anymanufacturer to develop and build blade server compatible products and solutions.A number of computer manufacturers has consequently joined IBM and Intel inblade server manufacture. Some of the major players in the field include HP, Sun Microsystems,Dell and Hitachi.Computing blade servers are unique computers, often dedicated to a singleapplication, and the facilities they lack are provided either within the chassis, or, particularlywith storage, over a network. However, not all blades are computing blades, but may insteadprovide connectivity, storage, system management or other services for the system or chassis¶blades¶ benefit, or even the wider network.
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