SIMA Peru Upgrades Devices to its Main Data Center

Based on Sima Callao facilities

BAP Antofagasta submarine at SIMA Callao Transfer Yard. Photo: Sima Peru

02/01/2021 | Lima

Peter watson

Local company Fiery peru sac Has been awarded a contract for Sima Peru For the purchase, installation, migration and commissioning of a cluster of computing servers Sima Callao Main Data Center To avoid imminent obsolescence of equipment in service.

The main data center has about 50 information or communication systems on nine physical servers, of which SIMA has described six servers as obsolete. The six obsolete servers have 28 systems used by Peru shipyards and are classified as critical systems. Sima is in the process of standardizing its computer equipment at its three industrial plants.

The contract awarded to Agiti Peru contemplates the integration of three servers, two for processing and one for storage. Each of the two operating servers has two processors, 12 2.4 GHz multithreading technology cores, and a minimum 16.5 MB cache per processor; 256 MB RAM at 2,933 MHz with 16 slots DIMM DDR4, Expandable to 1 terabyte. To interface with the network Lan SIMA has ten 10 Gb ports SFF +, Four 1 GB ports RJ45, A 1 GB port RJ45 Dedicated to management systems, four transceivers SFP + SR.

Two 240 GB disks are used for storage SSD M.2Flexible, storage support up to 10 HDD Hey SSD SAS / SATA 2.5 inches (includes up to four discs) NVMe) Or four discs HDD Hey SSD 3.5 inches. Also support up to 10 discs SATA / SAS 2.5 inches up to 90 inches with storage and storage SFF Or four hard drives SAS / SATA Support for storage up to 60 terabytes with 3.5 inches and disks LFF. Each server supports up to 14 terabytes of disk HDD.

New storage server technology is ISCSI There are two controllers with 10Gbps, at least 32GB native memory cache each, minimum 12 ports ISCSI 10 Gbps (six for each controller), six transceivers SFP +, nondisruptive firmware update, 21 1.8TB drives HDD SAS 10,000 rpm and two 1.6 TB disks SSD, 24-disk enclosure SFF, among others.

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