There are two "new", i.e. recently bought server HP ProLiant ML350p (Gen 8) on Xeon E5-2670 (2.6 Ghz), 16 Gb, and 6 disks SAS on 1 Tb. OS - Windows 2012 Standard.
The task to collect from them failover cluster.
There was a question of a choice of a shelf for storage (we will take for the firm small, most important tasks is not necessary).
As a matter of fact one is important only which consists of file set (without any DB etc.). It weighs 220 + Gigabyte and contains 800+ files, i.e. heavy in respect of discovery and brakes. Plus the second office works with it through Terminal Server.
For a shelf I consider pair of variants:
1. Adaptec SANBLOC S50 (360 euros)
2. HPE StorageWorks P2000 SAS (520 euros)
Plus as I understand, it is necessary two controlers.
Selected IBM PCIe SAS II (180 euros - new, for a piece).
Plus two cables - SFF8087 on SFF8470. And plus HDD.
Questions: whether correctly selected iron for a shelf, controlers? By what criteria generally to be guided?
What disks to take? SAS or SATA or generally to look aside SSD?