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While Dell has continued to add higher-power chips to their blades, no change has been made or required thus far to their power supply. The patentpending, low-flow fans are adaptive fans that spin down to whatever cooling level is needed at the moment. The Dell Data Center Assessment service helps users plan for power and cooling needs, providing advice on hot aisle/cold aisle design (which Dell says is not required, but is generally recommended). Dell s management philosophy is to leverage the blade management module and integrate with all other management just as traditional servers do. Dell blades support the IPMI (Intelligent Platform Management Interface) standard, use the same Dell Remote Access Card (DRAC) as their servers and the same KVM from Avocent, and are manageable from Dell OpenManage, which integrates with Microsoft management (for example, MOM, SMS), Altiris, Novell, and so on.
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For blades, as with servers in general, Dell does not aim to lead in innovation. However, as number one in x86 servers in the United States, they are clearly doing something right with their low-cost commodity approach. As the blade market matures, this approach is likely to gain additional market share for Dell, especially in the midmarket. Dell s philosophy is to treat blades like traditional servers as much as possible, and over time it will pay off.
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Egenera was one of the first entrants into the blade space, shortly after RLX, in late 2001. The founder and CTO of Egenera, Vern Brownell, had been CTO at Goldman Sachs, responsible for their worldwide IT infrastructure, including their Unix-based trading floor, an infrastructure of 15,000 servers, and an IT staff of 1,500. Managing the complexities that had come from the shift of a centralized mainframe environment to this distributed environment, Brownell believed that the complexity stemmed from two key issues: the model of one server (or many servers) per application, and the amount of technology necessary per server with incomplete management solutions for those technologies. Brownell had an idea for simplifying the server environment with a new architecture, separating the processor components from other components and creating a processor area network (PAN) that could then be managed as a resource pool, much the way that LAN and SAN resources are managed. Web Forms denso qr bar code creatorwith .net
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number of components required with traditional servers by up to 80%. According to Egenera, one customer with traditional servers counted more than 8,000 manageable components before moving to BladeFrames, and as a result of the move, reduced that number of components to 500. The PAN architecture is based on shared pools of resources, down to the processor level. Each Processor blade (pBlade) contains only processors and memory, with no NICs or HBAs and no storage. These blades communicate across the BladeFrame high-speed interconnect to redundant Control blades (cBlades), which contain a smaller number of shared network adapters (NICs and/or HBAs), with typically two to four of each per BladeFrame, rather than one or two per blade. (The number of ports can be expanded up to 16 if needed, depending on the frame.) Processor blades are completely stateless not only in terms of being diskless, but also by not being tied to MAC addresses or World Wide Names and are managed as a shared virtual pool through the Control blade. (Egenera has filed for patents on this technology.) This allows each type of component to be managed as a pool processor and memory components, shared networking adapters, and shared external storage (through a SAN). In addition to simplifying the environment and improving manageability, it also helps improve the speed of provisioning for both users and service providers. Processor blades are offered in more than 20 combinations with both Intel and AMD chips, from single-core two-sockets with 2GB of memory, through dual-core, four-sockets with 32GB of memory and either 32- or 64-bit addressing. There is a maximum of 24 blades per BladeFrame chassis (see Figure 16.4). Since the number of connections is drastically reduced by eliminating the need for one or two adapters per blade, there is no need to aggregate connections in a switch module. The few NICs and/or HBAs on the Control blade simply connect to external switches, giving the flexibility to use whatever Ethernet or Fibre Channel switches already exist in the environment. The backplane, originally designed before InfiniBand had gained traction, is a cell-based ATM fabric from Emulex, InfiniBand-like in terms of latency. It operates with a data transfer rate of 2.5Gbps over redundant point-to-point switched fabric interconnects. This is likely to change to 10GbE over time. The software that manages the entire virtualized environment is called PAN Manager, and it provides a broad range of functionality. Features include the pooling and partitioning of blades within and across BladeFrames, allowing work to be assigned to appropriately sized blades, within a BladeFarm. PAN Manager also provides clustering and failover capability for HA, Disaster Recovery snapshot functions, named processor pools, warm blades (powered up and run in a low power setting, essentially on standby), and the ability to change configurations while running adding HBAs, NICS, storage, and so on.
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