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Managing Servers

 

Server management can be defined as the tasks and services that are done on a server in order to manage it. This usually entails: Monitoring of the server and apps running on the server. Checking their status, uptime, and monitoring for any new or recurring issues ,Backing Up Site Data Server Manager Salary or Contract: The average salary for a Server Manager Salary or Contract is $67,550 per year. Is Server Manager your job title server management is vaguely used and can mean different things when used by different server management service providers. Some companies may offer a set of managed support services in their server management plan, but a different company may offer a completely different set of services. Although there are some guidelines and definitions that still hold true for any managed service provider.

A server pool is logically an autonomous region that contains one or more physical servers. It presents a unified view of the storage in which the virtual machines reside. ... Oracle VM Servers that you will deploy as the Server Pool Master,

A server pool is logically an autonomous region that contains one or more physical servers. It presents a unified view of the storage in which the virtual machines reside.

Before creating a server pool, ensure you have:

  • Oracle VM Servers that you will deploy as the Server Pool Master, the Utility Server, or the Virtual Machine Server.

  • A repository that is used for live migration of virtual machines and for local storage on the Oracle VM Servers. For information on managing repositories, see the Oracle VM Server User's Guide.

  • IP addresses or host names of these servers.

  • Passwords to access Oracle VM Agent installed on these servers.

This chapter describes how to manage server pools. It includes the following sections:

 

definition of server management

Server management can be defined as the tasks and services that are done on a server in order to manage it. This usually entails:

  • Monitoring of the server and apps running on the server. Checking their status, uptime, and monitoring for any new or recurring issues.
  • Updating the server and software installed on the server. Although most server management companies offer this as part of their services, some still don’t. Nevertheless, it’s still considered as part of the ‘server management’ process.
  • Setup and configuration. The actual server setup and configuration of software and services running on the server. Again, this may not be a part of the server management plan offered by some companies, but it most often is.
  • Other. This is where the issue in defining what server management actually is arises. Every provider offers totally different services, although they are still considered as part of the server management process, they are not the same among several different providers and thus cannot be considered as the “default” definition of server management.

 


Who needs and uses server management?

Everyone that owns a server needs server management. Some people do the server management themselves (often called “self-managed”), and some people get professional server management services.

The most common users of managed service providers are:

  • Companies.
  • Web Developers and Web Designers.
  • Beginners that own servers.
  • Anyone that likes to leave the server worries to someone else.

There are many benefits of using server management services (listed below) and anyone should and can use such services.

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