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Nand32 wrote:
This involves a high degree of media processing.
And you prefer a cloud solution for that?

It may be better to just load up the workstations with memory and lots of cores, and only transfer on save.  I can't think of any servers that are particularly optimised for graphical processing, anyway -- they're intended to mainly serve data; doing work on a server is somewhat frowned upon (by me, for one).  The typical server graphics card is only really used for KVMs or basic monitors.

The level of storage you require is probably better kept separate from the servers (plural; you'll want two, load balanced, for that 99.999% SLA feeling), but various HP Proliant models can take up to eight discs -- and if you want the "cloud experience", you can install Nunatix.
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