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Review benchmarks when selecting your HCI solution.
Accelerate virtualized applications with more processing power.
Choose a solution that supports more virtual machines (VMs) per server.
Expand on-prem IT capacity within existing power, cooling, and space constraints.
Opt for HCI solutions with advanced, hardware-based security features.
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1. 4-node, 2x EPYC™ 7742 processor powered cluster with a score of [email protected] 28 tiles on the VMmark® 3.1.1 benchmark using vSAN
delivers 2.27x the performance and 2.33x the tile/VM workload capacity than the VMmark® 3.1.1 vSAN performance of a 4-node, 2x Intel Xeon Platinum 8268 processor powered cluster with a score of [email protected] tiles as of 06/08/20. ROM-737
2. 4-node, 2x EPYC 7F72 processor powered cluster (192 total cores) with a score of [email protected] 14 tiles on the VMmark® 3.1.1 benchmark using vSAN™ delivers 24.8% more performance with a 16.7% higher tile/VM workload capacity than the VMmark® 3.1 vSAN performance of a 4-node, 2x Intel Xeon Platinum 8268 processor powered cluster (192 total cores) with a score of [email protected] tiles as of 06/08/20. ROM-732
3. A one processor AMD EPYC 7702P powered server solution has an estimated 56% lower 3-yr virtualization TCO than a with two processor Intel Gold 6250 server solution to deliver 320 VMs. Estimates based on AMD Server Virtualization TCO (total cost of ownership) Estimator tool v5.5, comparing the AMD EPYC™ and Intel® Xeon® server solutions required to deliver 320 total virtual machines (VM), requiring 1 core and 8GB of memory per VM, with a minimum total solution memory requirement of 2.56 TB of memory. The analysis includes both hardware and virtualization software components. For 320 VMs and 1 core per VM, the Intel _Gold_6250 processor requires 20 - 2P servers. The AMD EPYC_7702P solution requires 5 - 1P servers. Virtualization software pricing as of October 2019. Third party names are for informational purposes only and may be trademarks of their respective owners. This scenario contains many assumptions and estimates and, while based on AMD internal research and best approximations, should be considered an example for information purposes only, and not used as a basis for decision making over actual testing. All pricing is in USD. ROM-557
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