When looking at average latency with the same workload of virtual users, the R with X-IO storage offered an overall average 13ms latency, with a spread of 12 to 14ms between the 4 VMs. Beyond that adding additional servers into the cluster or switching to a higher-tier processor such as the E v3 or E v3 would be necessary. That is another way of saying that when this cluster gets topped out, the storage will most likely still have some headroom available to go higher. After 22 tiles performance started to taper off slightly as our compute cluster pegged its CPU utilization.
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When looking at average latency with the same workload of virtual users, the R with X-IO storage offered an overall average 13ms latency, with a spread of 12 to 14ms between the 4 VMs. Beyond that adding additional servers into the cluster or switching to a higher-tier processor such as the E v3 or E v3 would be necessary. That is another way of saying that when this cluster gets topped out, the storage will most likely still have some headroom available to go higher.
After 22 tiles performance started to taper off slightly as our compute cluster pegged its CPU utilization. This is more of offer an example of what the Rfamily is capable of, since it was configured with disks, whereas the standard R tops out at As a result, this provides fantastic density in a 2U form factor.
The Tegile HA, which exceeds the total cost of our VSAN cluster, topped out at 6 tiles with a dual-controller unit and an extra shelf, though to be fair, Tegile swaps performance for data reduction and ease of use. The R offers the flexibility required for a host of applications as well as the ability to boast power needed for most high-performance workloads. The R is equipped with up to 16 bays with supported configurations of 16 x 2.
The Rxd brings more disk flexibility to the portfolio. Our 4-node cluster configured for use with VSAN saw more virtualization capabilities and performance than many standard arrays and servers combined. For users with larger storage needs, the company offers the Rxd model, which can be equipped with an extensive list of storage options.
Ultimately, this is a server platform that is comprised of an intelligent design and excels in both server consolidation and management. While Dell offers other servers that are designed for specific uses, the R maintains its position as the utility tool in the Dell portfolio.
The R is equally at home supporting high-performance business critical workloads in the data center as it is as part of a ROBO or small office configuration. Ultimately the R delivers to a wide array of use cases with ease and sophistication.
Physically look on the computer for the model name and number: Notebook The model number is located on the bottom of the notebook on a label above the serial number: Desktop The model number is located on a white label on the back of the desktop, while a second label can normally been found on the top or side of the desktop: Servers and Storage systems Server and storage systems include the models; PowerEdge Server, PowerVault and DellEMC Storage. The model number can be found on the back of the server: 2. Upgradeable has a free software scanning tool that identifies the model, tells you what ram is installed and you can then search our website for available RAM and SSD upgrades. Go to the control panel in windows and click on "System" which brings up some information on your computer which can include the model among other useful information.
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Model naming[ edit ] Over the years, many different types of PowerEdge servers have been introduced and there was wide variety of product and family codes used within the PowerEdge name. Itanium servers[ edit ] The Dell Itanium-based servers were introduced before this new naming-convention was introduced and were only available as rack servers. New naming conventions[ edit ] Three digits Since the introduction of the Generation 10 servers in Dell has adopted a standardized method for naming their servers; the name of each server is now represented by a letter followed by 3 digits. The first digit refers to the number of sockets in the system: 1 to 3 for one socket, 4 to 7 for two sockets, and 8 or 9 for four sockets.
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