The Dell PowerEdge M630 blade server is targeted for use with the PowerEdge M1000e blade enclosure and PowerEdge VRTX converged infrastructure. PowerEdge M630 blade server, a member of the 13th generation of PowerEdge servers, has been developed to optimize the changing world of applications and the requirements demanded by current workloads such as web, enterprise and hyper scale applications.
Specifically, this Dell PowerEdge M630 blade server is based on three fundamental principles that are to accelerate application performance, strengthen workloads in any environment and simplify management systems. All this to deal with the transition between traditional computer models and the new challenges posed by technologies such as cloud computing, the issue of mobility, big data and the ‘everything’ defined by software.
With a highly efficient design, the Dell PowerEdge M630 blade server is designed for use with the PowerEdge M1000e blade enclosure and PowerEdge VRTX converged infrastructure, offering great scalability in environments ranging from IT to a service provider (XaaS) or private clouds remote. In addition, it combines up to 36 cores of Intel processing power with 24 DIMM DDR4 memory in a dense, optimal platform for data centers. This processing is thanks to the family of products Intel Xeon E5-2600 v3 that helps to increase the performance of the virtualization and the dimension of the machine as a result of the increase of nuclei and bandwidth of memory.
To address these bandwidth requirements, the Dell PowerEdge M630 blade server incorporates network adapters that also allow faster access to storage resources demanded by the server or the cloud, whether NAS or SAN. The objective is to increase the levels of flexibility and operational efficiency, regardless of the scale in those environments and applications that need it most.
PowerEdge M630 Blade Server Hybrid Storage Configurations
Currently, companies work with a greater amount of data, such as real-time analysis and transaction processing, so access to information with lower latency is sought. To achieve this decrease in latency, the North American firm takes advantage of the new storage technologies that have been developed and that allow to accelerate their applications, bringing the data closer to the processor and increasing its performance.
In this regard, the machine includes several drive options ranging from two 2.5-inch hard drives or PCIe Express Flash solid-state drives to four 1.8-inch solid-disk drives, which represents twice as many flash drives by service that previous generations; In short, features that are suitable for workloads such as high performance computing.
This storage technology in the Dell PowerEdge M630 blade server complements the Software Defined Storage (SDS) and optimizes the location of the data, providing hybrid storage configurations in the computing node, which enables tiered sorting capabilities.
In addition, a large part of these companies rely on a mix of traditional and emerging applications, so data centers must support a broad and diverse set of workloads and applications. In this case, the Dell PowerEdge M630 blade server allows you to adapt systems to the needs of your applications and your workloads, including unified communications, collaboration, and technical and business computing.
PowerEdge M630 blade server Activity Management
On the other hand, Dell’s proposal also incorporates new management capabilities in its OpenManage system with which it aims to deal with high levels of automation. Within this management system is iDRAC QuickSync, an integrated remote access controller that offers more automated and efficient implementation, configuration and server updates.
The Dell PowerEdge M630 blade server also benefits from the Chassis Management Controller (CMC), an integrated component that provides management of the converged infrastructure in each chassis, monitoring several at once through a browser Web.
And finally, OpenManage Essentials provides enterprise-level monitoring and data center hardware control. The management capabilities offered automate deployments of operating systems and servers devoid of software, the replication of configurations and the guarantee of constant compliance with established system configurations. OpenManage Essentials works with OpenManage Mobile, a new solution capable of transmitting information about the status of the server, with basic configuration through the placement of a smartphone or tablet. This application allows administrators to monitor and manage their environments anytime and anywhere through their mobile devices.