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Flavor

The system provides BMSs of various flavors for your use in different scenarios. The followings are examples:

  • Compute-optimized

    This type of BMS uses the SDI iNIC and supports OLTP databases with higher performance, higher memory ratio, and transactional workloads cache.

    Table 1 Compute-optimized BMS specifications

    Flavor Name/ID

    CPU

    Memory

    Local Disk

    Extended Configuration

    physical.o2.medium

    2 * 8 Core Intel Xeon E5-2667 V4 (3.2GHz)

    256 DDR4 RAM (GB)

    2 x 800 GB SAS SSD RAID 1 + NVMe SSD Card 1.6 TB

    NIC: 2 x 10GE

  • High-performance computing

    High-performance BMSs provide a large number of CPU cores, large memory size, and high throughput. These BMSs are suitable for high-performance processor applications restricted by computing performance. This flavor uses the V5 CPU server and InfiniBand NIC to support quick BMS provisioning.

    Table 2 High-performance computing BMS specifications

    Flavor Name/ID

    CPU

    Memory

    Local Disk

    Extended Configuration

    physical.h2.large

    2 * 18 Core Intel Skylake 6151 V5 (3.0GHz)

    192 DDR4 RAM (GB)

    1 x 1.6 TB NVMe SSD

    NIC: 1 x 100 Gbit/s IB + 2 x 10GE

  • GPU-accelerated

    GPU-accelerated BMSs provide outstanding floating-point computing capabilities. They are suitable for scenarios that require real-time, highly concurrent massive computing, such as deep learning, scientific computing, CAE, 3D animation rendering, and CAD. This flavor uses the G560 server, InfiniBand NIC, and the industry-leading NVIDIA Tesla P100 GPU and Tesla V100 GPU to provide you with excellent performance and cost-effectiveness.

    Table 3 GPU-accelerated BMS specifications

    Flavor Name/ID

    CPU

    Memory

    Local Disk

    Extended Configuration

    physical.p1.large

    2 x 14-core Intel Xeon E5-2690 V4 (2.6 GHz)

    512 DDR4 RAM (GB)

    2 x 600 GB SAS HDD + 6 x 800 GB NVMe SSD

    NIC: 1 x 100 Gbit/s IB + 2 x 10GE

    GPU: 8 x Tesla P100

    physical.p2.large

    2 x 14-core Intel Xeon E5-2690 V4 (2.6 GHz)

    512 DDR4 RAM (GB)

    2 x 600 GB SAS HDD + 6 x 800 GB NVMe SSD

    NIC: 1 x 100 Gbit/s IB + 2 x 10GE

    GPU: 8 x Tesla V100

    NOTE:

    BMSs using the physical.p1.large or physical.p2.large flavor support only Ubuntu 16.04 and CentOS 7.4 private images.

  • Memory-optimized

    This type of BMS has DIMM memory which has quick read and write speed and high density, and is used in SAP HANA and memory databases.

    Table 4 Memory-optimized BMS specifications

    Flavor Name/ID

    CPU

    Memory

    Local Disk

    Extended Configuration

    physical.m2.medium

    4 * 24 Core Broadwell EX Xeon E7-8890 V4 (2.2GHz)

    2048 DDR4 RAM (GB)

    SAS HDD: 2 x 600 GB RAID 1

    SAS HDD: 7 x 1.8 TB RAID 5

    NVMe SSD Card: 2 x 1.6 TB

    NIC: 2 x 10GE, each containing two ports

    physical.m2.xlarge

    4 * 24 Core Broadwell EX Xeon E7-8890 V4 (2.2GHz)

    4096 DDR4 RAM (GB)

    SAS HDD: 2 x 600 GB RAID 1

    SAS HDD: 14 x 1.8 TB RAID 50

    NVMe SSD Card: 2 x 1.6 TB

    NIC: 2 x 10GE, each containing two ports