Big Data

  • “Big data” is a term for the exponential growth and availability of data, both structured (databases) and unstructured (documents). Hadoop is a platform for managing and processing big data. Hadoop stores data in a large pool, distributed amongst the nodes that make up the cluster. Hadoop also brings the processing software to the data rather than move the data to the software, increasing responsiveness. Brown Pear can help size and design your Hadoop environment
  • Apache Hadoop is an open-source software framework for distributed storage and distributed processing of Big Data on clusters of commodity hardware. Its Hadoop Distributed File System (HDFS) splits files into large blocks (default 64MB or 128MB) and distributes the blocks amongst the nodes in the cluster. It is designed to scale up from a single server to thousands of machines, with a very high degree of fault tolerance.


  • A server is no longer a single server, but instead a host for several virtual servers to improve efficiency. And virtualization is no longer just for servers: now it’s for storage, networking, desktops, and apps. Here at Brown Pear, we support virtualization at every level, and offer solutions that can meet your needs, including private and hybrid cloud

Server management

  • Managing and maintaining servers is an important step to ensure your business runs smoothly, but it can it can tie up your IT staff, distracting them from other tasks. Let Brown Pear manage your infrastructure, freeing up your IT staff to focus on helping IT grow your business. Our partners include HP, Dell, Supermicro, Aberdeen, Equus, Cisco and HP Renew.

Intel E5-2600 v3 series

  • Haswell-based – latest and greatest tech from Intel
  • More compute per dollar – up to 18 cores compared to 12 for E5-2600 v2
  • Supports DDR4 memory – lower power, faster data access, more efficiency
  • Improved performance and power efficiency
  • Up to 6x the performance of the 5600 series

HP Gen9/Dell 13th gen

  • Intel E5-2600 v3 processors – more cores, lower power consumption
  • DDR4 memory – lower power consumption, faster data access compared to DDR3
  • 12Gbps SAS backplane – more IOPs, faster data access
  • Improved manageability
    • Faster setup, monitoring, and firmware maintenance with reliable, secure embedded management
    • Faster provisioning with simplified converged management
    • The ability to deliver infrastructure and application services in minutes
  • Up to 2x more compute per watt compared to G7/11th gen

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