I need to know if there any difference benefit in having an SQL 2008 STD in an HP DL380 G6 (8 cores) or HP DL380 G8 (16 cores) same HDD and memory capacities but installing a virtual machine on the second one to have Reporting services running on it instead of having everything installed on one single server.
I know the second one have more cores therefore more speed... I think... but the STD version is only capable of addressing 64GB RAM so is it worth it to do the change for the money if I have only 50 users for that system?
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