Netro: Hyper-Converged Infrastructure

HCI (Hyper-Converged Instructure) is a software-defined virtualisation platform including:
- Compute
- Storage
- Networking resources.

SDDC (Software-defined Data Centre) provides orchestration when coupled with API's (Application Programming Interface)
including policy-driven automation and management, such as the ability to dynamically scale up & down as required.

Take advantage of Cloud Computing, everything you need to get started.
- Server: Dual Node, up to 4 Nodes available per 2 RU (Rack Units), each node supports:
  - Compute: 8 Cores/ 16 Threads, up to 64 Cores/ 128 Threads available across two CPU's.
  - Memory: 64 GB (2x 32 GB modules), up to 2 TB RAM (16x 128 GB modules).
  - Storage: 3.2 TB (2x 1.6 TB) NVMe SSD Storage, up to 46/92 TB (6x/12x 7.68 TB).
  - Networking: 4x 10 GbE, up to 100 GbE or EDR (Enhanced Data Rate) InfiniBand via QSFP28 (4 x 28 Gb QSFP+).
- Intel Xeon Scalable or AMD EPYC CPU's (or later).
- Up to 32 Nodes per cluster (8 Servers), spread across different availability zones for disaster recovery.
- IPMI (Intelligent Platform Management Interface) for out of band management.
- Static Public & Private IPv4/IPv6 Addresses.
- Reverse DNS
- Server infrastructure supplied, managed and/or co-located by Netro in various data centres across Sydney.
- Robust KVM/LXD Hypervisor.
- Resilient ZFS ("Zettabyte File System").
- Software RAID.
- FDE (Full Disk Encryption) available.
- Onsite & offsite backups.

Choice of popular Linux LTS (Long Term Support) and Windows Operating Systems such as:
- Ubuntu 18.04.x LTS (Bionic Beaver)/ 16.04.x LTS (Xenial Xerus)
- Debian 9.x (Stretch) or 8.x (Jessie)
- CentOS 7.x (Maipo) /6.x (Santiago)
- Microsoft Windows Server 2019/2016
- Proxmox VE (Virtualization Environment) 5.x

Please Contact us to discuss your requirements and for datasheets.

Linux Support
VM Support

Updated Sep-17