School Server and infrastructure revamp
I have been given the chance to give our secondary school a revamp and to replace the server room with something more robust. I have been suggested to set aside 30k to replace or add the following:
2 x Windows 2008 DCs
1 x Fileserver / Printserver (current storage for teachers and students 1TB)
1 x SIMS Server
1 x DPM 2007/2012 Server
1 x SCCM 2007 / SCCM 2012 Server
1 x Hyper-V (to virtualise old Intranet Server,Impero Server and maybe a Virtual DC
We will carry on using our Exchange 2010 (on new hardware) keep the QSAN P300Q iSCSI 12 TB SAN (most likely to the DPM 2007/2012 for backup storage), I have a Tanberg LTO5 library Drive that I'm thinking whether to sell on or keep in the network for archival, rest of old servers are Q6600 with Consumer SATA 7200rpm Drives thats been running the network of 1100 students and 150 staff, have been told by a few suppliers that I need to spend super duper money to handle a potential increase to an extra 150 sixth form students on top of the next term...
What do you guys think?