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What is the best recommended server for the following kind of situation.

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We want a server, which should be able to handle 20000 minimum and 50000 transactions per minute.

Is the HP Prol lian G8 server suffice this need.

Secondly, from Hardware point of view we need the suggestion.
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The question is way too general to answer clearly.
What software do you want to run on the server? If possible, post the requirements and we'll take it from there.

The Proliant Gen8 family is broad, precisely to cover multiple usage scenarios...

HTH,
Dan
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This should help you out..

http://h20195.www2.hp.com/v2/GetPDF.aspx/4AA4-4606ENW

It also shows the specs they used etc..
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>The question is way too general to answer clearly.

Yup,way too variables.

Most servers hardly touch CPU utilization ,it's I/O where the action is.

Things like RAM ,RAID levels and SSD can make the difference between cool and sucks.
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The task is that there could be max 20000 transactions happening per minute, or 20000 records would be saved per minute, or 20000 users would be logged in.

The server will be having the sQl server 2008/2012 along with Dot net web application.
The web site would be hosted and users would be logging in.
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