IBM BladeCenter Server
IBM BladeCenter S offers a broad range of storage and networking options integrated into the chassis to simplify infrastructure complexity and manageability. It is a highly integrated system comprising of blade servers, storage, management and networking options that help reduce management complexity, increase performance and energy-efficiency while significantly reducing costs with a highly reliable and flexible design that deters the need for “rip and replace” as capacity needs change.
Activities performed in Computer Centre using IBM BladeCenter Server
- In BladeCenter Server We are using Windows 2003 server, Windows 2008 server and
Redhat Linux operating system by configuring Active Directory service, Domain Name
Service and Web services.
- Each server has the RAID mirror to secure the content of the university.
- To Create Domain policies which control the users of the Computer System in proper way.
- The students using open source’s application method in Linux operating System through by activating Telnet.
|Form Factor||Rack/7U, high-availability midplane|
|Blade Bays||Up to six 1- or 2-processor, and up to three 4-processor|
|Disk Bays||Up to 12 SAS, 12 Nearline SAS, or 12 SATA, or an intermixof the disks. Visit this link for a list of supported disks|
|Features & Benefits|
|High-availability Midplane||Innovative midplane design provides support for you to upgrade to new technologies and helps preserve your original investment.|
Hot-swap, management, switch, power supply and blower modules
|It Provides single point of control for managing the entire solution helping to increase system reliability. It Supports up to four 950 W/1450 W auto-sensing power supplies with load-balancing and failover capabilities, providing additional reliability and protection|
|Advanced Server Management||It Supports capacity manager to help monitor critical server resources, identify and predict bottlenecks and recommend upgrades to prevent diminished network performance|