In case you are using Dell servers in juxtaposition with the operating system offered by Microsoft, the new server management from Dell will make your task a lot easier and save a good amount of time.

With its competitors in x64 server rumpus, Dell is well equipped with effective processors and a variety of box administration tools so as to deal with its tower and main servers and Poweredge rack and the blade carcass. Dell prefers to link strongly or sometimes with flexibility with OEM, in a similar manner as it deals with Egenera pertaining to its PAN management in order to get  good management at the higher levels in operating or the application stage. Lately, Dell just about few days ago is initiating in the snapping up tool management companies like KACE that is used in Computer lifecycle management and Scalent that is used to provisioning of the virtual and physical and virtual server.

The system center essentials were released in 2010 in the month of April, but it was made available in June to manufacturing.  This tool lattices its Windows Computer management interface through the R2 plug-in that is used for Hyper-V hypervisor associated with Virtual Machine Manager 2008. It gives the administrators a single control by which both physical and virtual servers can be managed.  But before all this, one needs to purchase these tools individually and then bung them collectively.

Dell has moved a step ahead and OEMed SCE 2010 software offered by Microsoft, due to its firm incorporation amid the Windows software load up and the associated PowerEdge servers. There is an integration of the server manufacturer with Microsoft for the Windows computer system management interfaceusing its own tools such as update catalogs, Pro packs and Management packs.

This type of integration is basically useful for the clientele that does not prefer buying the Dell version, for the reason that it has been said that the company has no intention of locking Poweredge customers keen on its Original Equipment manufacturer version to get a tightened integration as per Enrico Bracalente. The support is given to OEM by Dell and not by Microsoft that provides one bill support unlike others that gives multiple supports and also in terms of SMB.

As per the reports it has been seen that the pricing of Dell is more aggressive as compared to Microsoft for SCE in the current year. It has been estimated that Dell’s prices start from $5,000 for 50 virtual or physical servers. Microsoft prices its products at $103, for SCE 2010 windows management server, and charges dollar 870 from those who don’t hold a valid license to make use of SQL server 2008. In addition to this, the cost for each server node is $103 and would be dollar 17 for every PC user.

The benefit of the management server of the OEM is that it can operate on Power Edge straddling from 9G all the way through 11G cohorts, and is capable of controlling machines that can go back to the 8G age group.

To conclude with, we can say that Dell can be easily said to be one and the lone server manufacturer that offers OEM translation of the 2010 version of SCE   Microsoft is its major competitor with respect to OEM server management but Dell is stretching its network to surpass all others in the race and become a pioneer of the same.