Flex System Interoperability Guide

Flex System Interoperability Guide

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To meet today's complex and ever-changing business demands, you need a solid foundation of compute, storage, networking, and software resources. This system must be simple to deploy, and be able to quickly and automatically adapt to changing conditions. You also need to be able to take advantage of broad expertise and proven guidelines in systems management, applications, hardware maintenance, and more. Flex System is a no-compromise design that integrates servers, storage and networking in one chassis. The solution is easily scalable with the addition of another chassis with the required nodes. With Flex System Manager, multiple chassis can be monitored from a single panel. The 14 node, 10U chassis delivers high speed performance complete with integrated servers, storage, and networking. This flexible chassis is simple to deploy, and scales to meet your needs in the future. This document is a reference to compatibility and interoperability of components inside and connected to Flex System solutions. An easy-to-remember link you can use to share this guide: http://lenovopress.com/fsig Changes in the June 18 update: Corrections to the DAC cables supported by the EN6131 switch, table, 3.2.1, qTransceivers for Ethernet switchesq on page 43David Watts, Ilya Krutov, IBM Redbooks. Part number Feature codea ... The use of any of the Features on Demand upgrade requires that either the 1 GB cache ( 81Y4559) or 512 MB cache (81Y4487) be configured. Table 2-18 FOD optionsanbsp;...

Title:Flex System Interoperability Guide
Author:David Watts, Ilya Krutov, IBM Redbooks
Publisher:IBM Redbooks - 2015-06-18


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