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THe connect with multiple 10g connections. OBVIOUS, is it not? A plan which I am not aware of? I am quite sure you are totally unaware of what is there outside what is offered to smaller customers ;)
It would depend on your switch. Professional switches offer LACP support (802.3ad link aggregation). With LACP you can bond multiple cables and/or NICs together. This way you have more speed (although it will not split up single flows - but in your case you have atleast 80 flows). If your switch does not support LACP, you can have different IP-adresses ...
You can use www.speedtest.net to test your bandwidth.
I use iperf for testing point-to-point bandwidth.
On the client machine, edit /etc/ssh/ssh_config and set the following values: Host * ServerAliveInterval 60 This will send a keepalive message to the server every 60 seconds. Adjust this value lower if necessary. If you don't want to edit the config, you can adjust the ServerAliveInterval at the time of the SSH connection by passing parameters like so: ...
I've found this on Spiceworks when I've had a similar need: http://www.paessler.com/prtg It's free up to 100 sensors which is more than sufficient for monitoring a single server. It takes a bit of reading but works well. You can mess around with the Resource Monitor as well but it has a bigger performance impact. If you're on a corporate network your ...
Open source (usually) doesnt mean it cant be monetized. You can give the source code or a VM image away and let people host their own server, or charge them to do the hosting for them. Plenty of open source projects go with that method - free to run it yourself, or software as a service for $x/month or $x/gb traffic. Other than that, you can save ...
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