Dell PowerEdge R710 Server Rental
Fully customizable PowerEdge R710 server
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Dell PowerEdge R710 Server Specifications
- 5500 and 5600 series processors
- E5520 Quad core (8M Cache, 2.26 GHz, 5.86 GT/s Intel QPI)
- E5540 Quad core (8M Cache, 2.53 GHz, 5.86 GT/s Intel QPI)
- E5620 Quad core (12M Cache, 2.40 GHz, 5.86 GT/s Intel QPI)
- E5649 six core (12M Cache, 2.53 GHz, 5.86 GT/s Intel QPI)
- Intel 5520 Chipset
- PCI Slots – 4 PCIe G2 slots + 1 storage slot
- Two x8 PCIe Gen2 slots
- Two x4 PCIe Gen2 slots
One Storage x4 slot
- Two dual port embedded Broadcom® NetXtreme IITM 5709c Gigabit Ethernet
- Two hot plug high efficient 570w
- Two hot plug high efficient 870w
- Up to six 3.5” drives (or) 8 x 2.5” Hard Drive
- 146GB/ 300GB/600GB SAS 15K RPM 3.5″ HDD
- 500GB /1TB / 2TB SATA 7.2K RPM 3.5″ HDD
- 146GB/300GB/600GB SAS 10K RPM 2.5″HDD
- 1TB NL SAS 7.2K RPM 2.5″ HDD
- 1running at DDR3 800MHz, 1066MHz or 1333MHz
- Max Memory – Upto 288GB
- Total – 18 DIMM Slots
- PERC H200 (6Gb/s)
- PERC 6/i with 256MB battery-backed cache
- PERC H700 (6Gb/s) with 512MB battery-backed cache
Dell PowerEdge R710 Server Overview
The R710 can be comparing it to the HP Proliant DL380 G5/G6. The R710 as a system includes everything in R610.
Dell’s iDRAC6 management controller which has a dedicated network port at the rear of the server. It provides a web browser interface for remote monitoring and viewing the status of critical server components and the Enterprise upgrade key brings in virtual boot media and KVM-over-IP remote access.
Boot the server directly from this controller by selecting the System Services option in the boot menu, which loads Dell’s UEFI (unified extensible firmware interface) environment complete with GUI and support for mouse and keyboard.
Our configuration Tips: The R710 with its Intel Nehalem processor(s) combined with its ability to house a large amount of physical memory >96GB, adequate PCI Express expansion and four 1Gb LAN ports as default means that it is well suited to being a virtualization host. Using VMware’s recommended 4:1 virtual CPU (vCPU) to physical CPU ratio this server could (in theory) host 32 VMs. In reality, depending on how resource intensive the VMs are and the amount of memory installed, you could be looking at less or closer to 35-40 VMs. clients who comfortably run 25-30 VMs on a slightly lower specification server with a maximum of 32GB memory and 2.00GHz non Nehalem Xeon CPUs.
Workloads: Data access within a virtualized environment