Your server cabinet will contain switches, battery backup power strip, miscellaneous things, and a large number of cables get more information. Sliding rack mounts will most likely be used for the servers. You need to know how to connect the cables in such a manner that it is possible to pull the server out while you work on the components. This can be done using clips, twisty tie or Velcro ties.
Depending upon how many wires you have, the clips may not be enough. When bundling multiple cables from a server that might have 1-4 Ethernet cables, the clips are ideal. These few ethernet cable will be cut and placed on the side of the bundle. They will then flow to Ethernet switches.
Velcro ties tend to break and stop working overtime according to my experience.
Twisty ties might look cheap and inconvenient, but they can be very useful and versatile.
Attach the hose with an open-slit hose to the end of the cabinet, where cables run up and back to the servers. To attach it without covering the opening, punch holes in your hose. You will use zip ties to pass through the holes. This will save you from zip tying the hose to the open.