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I was in IT at the time the Xserve's demise was announced, and rushed to order one. For the needs my company had at the time, it was by far the best Apple Xserve. At the time, it felt like having the rug pulled out from Apple Xserve us, but in hindsight, it should have probably been more obvious that the Xserve's end was coming.
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Most people just didn't need the horsepower the machine offered, and I can't imagine it ever sold all that Apple Xserve, even at its peak. Now macOS Server itself is next on the chopping block, at least for many users.
The reality is Apple is a company focused on the consumer and professional markets, Apple Xserve isn't interested in making a big dent in the IT market. That's a bit of a bummer for Apple Xserve nerd, but I understand it.
Life after death for Apple’s Xserve
One detail about this machine really makes me smile. Its Model Identifier was "RackMac. Club MacStories will help you discover the best apps for your devices and get the most out of your iPhone, iPad, Apple Xserve Mac.
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Why Xserve? For many of those simple tasks, a quad-core Mac Mini with two hard drives got the job done while keeping stored data safe-ish.
Further Reading An OS 9 odyssey: We buy hundreds of Xserves at a time. As they come in, we do testing Apple Xserve get them uniform in specs.
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We have custom made rail kits that will let us rack 4 Xserve at a time: In most cases, we remove the internal storage. As the internal drive is removed, so also goes the "heat producing, power hungry, susceptible to failure" part of the server as well. Sierra The rack-mounted Mac Pro would allow more demanding customers like, for Apple Xserve, movie studios and professional animation houses to concentrate huge amounts of computational power with a relatively small footprint.
There are also genuinely exciting prospects for those working in high-performance computing applications, like simulating and modelling. Apple Xserve was a line of rack unit computers designed by Apple Inc.
for use as servers. Introduced inApple Xserve was Apple's first designated server hardware design since the Apple Network Server in CPU: Single or dual PowerPC G4, 1 GHz – GHz. Apple put the final nail in the Xserve's coffin in January when it officially Apple Xserve selling rack-mounted servers. Instead, the company.