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RackStation RS1619xs+ - 1U rackmount flagship aims for file collaboration and high-performance computation

Fast storage with outstanding computing power
RS1619xs+ is a high-performance and scalable 1U rackmount NAS designed with upgradable memory and M.2 SSD cache configuration to meet the needs of modern businesses that require a flexible, reliable, and efficient storage solution.

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Hello.
We're looking at purchasing this for client. If client can afford, and if space isn't issue, should I put in SSD for performance, or is it not worth it? Thanks
 

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What’s the primary need for usage for this particular model?
 
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Looking to get something we can use for a long time and bypass the Windows Server infrastructure until necessary. Like any, it will function as backup. There's a potential to use the surveillance station. Right now we need domain controller. I like that it has redundant power supply.

Thanks. I appreciate your help.
 

Rusty

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for backup and surveillance I see no need for ssds. In fact those tasks are focused on large data sets so I guess large drives would be a better option in the long run.
 

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Looking to get something we can use for a long time and bypass the Windows Server infrastructure until necessary. Like any, it will function as backup. There's a potential to use the surveillance station. Right now we need domain controller. I like that it has redundant power supply.

Thanks. I appreciate your help.
... better is start from expectations (as Rusty wrote), then finish with model number.
use pencil and paper, because 4bay NAS for:
- replace Win Server - what kind of services? File server? AD? Others?
- backup of what - how many clients, how many data, data increments, ...?
- surveillance station
- and I don't know what else
for such different services list with different needs and different impact to NAS operation is 4-bay NAS a big mistake, only when you will purchase expansion units.
 

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