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Aging servers can suffer from poor performance and create a liability for companies demanding high uptime.
Traditional server lifecycles outline a replacement schedule on a rolling three- to five-year schedule, but new business demands could push existing hardware to its limit and require an earlier-than-planned refresh.
This discussion breaks down the different stages of a server's lifecycle, outlines a typical replacement cadence and offers practical examples of workloads or emerging technologies that yesterday's hardware just isn't suited to run. Plus, strategies to help IT decision makers better manage their hardware refresh budget.
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