Cisco make very high quality switches (actually everything they make hardware-related seems to be very well made, unless it dates back to their Linksys days). I’m also generally happy with Ubiquiti switches (although less so with their routers).
While you didn’t ask this question, I found the Netgear switches I’ve tried sounded dreadful. While I know this is apparently impossible, I won’t be trying that experiment again (and won’t labour this point either).
I’d add that most managed switches don’t have to be managed. You can generally leave them in their default config and use them as a standard switch (I can’t speak to the switch above, but it looks straightforward enough to configure, if you need to do so).
The only challenge that I have with this switch, it is managed. I don’t have a good knowledge about who to config at switch, I would prefer an unmanaged. The nice thing about unmanaged: Just instal it and forget about it.
Just one caveat to Erno’s otherwise excellent recommendation; if you’re buying new, although the 2960 is still available from many retail sources, it’s actually a discontinued model (albeit it’s still supported when purchased new from any Cisco channels).
If you’re still game for a Cisco, get the Catalyst 1000 series instead - specifically, the C1000-8T-2G-L is likely what you want, or better yet the C1000-8P-E-2G-L model which uses an external 12V Power Supply (so you can pick your favourite low-noise 12V LPSU to combine with it).
For your intended use and price-wise, there’s no significant difference between them.
You would need the Cisco - WS-C2960L-8TS-LL. The P model is with POE (Power over Ethernet).
It is indeed end of sale. That means, as @Anupc indicated, that you still can buy it through official channels, and at a significantly lower price. My brand new WS-C2960L-24TS-LL (24 ports/ 4 SFP) was under € 500.
You could compare actual pricing between these two, and make up your mind.
The easy setup guide is here , so you can have a look if you can do that.
The whole subject of requiring specific SFP’s for network devices pees me off! Especially when it turns out they are identical SFP’s to the ones you already own, just with a different set of manufacturer codes.