Looking at running up a Hyper V server. Will need to serve about 50 people. Will have RDS farm, with two RDS servers, a RDS broker server, a file and print server to host the RDS profile disks and data, a couple of DC's, and a Utility server. I also need to have a SQL server as well that runs the clients software / DB. Im planning to run RAID 10 for the RDS servers, etc, and a RAID 10 array for the SQL (Controller is a HP 440AR /2Gb flash back) I just want to make sure that the RDS / and SQL are not affected by IOPS from one another.
Is this an over kill, or do you think a single RAID 10 for all vm's would suffice? Disks are 2.5" SAS 10k drives (HP Proliant DL 380 G9 server)