|Dimensions||19.5 × 14 × 2.5 in|
|Weight (server only)|
~ 44 lbs
|Dimensions (server only)|
17.24 x 1.71 x 25.98 in
AMD EPYC 8 Cores (16 vCPUs)
(2 x 1 GbE, 2 x 10 GbE, IPMI LAN, 2 x USB 3.0, 2 x USB 2.0)
edgeLinux: Linux apps in LXC containers at bare metal performance. Native Linux, Windows, BSD and other OS's via KVM virtualization. Antlet management through antmanTM.
|Power Supply Unit|
2 x 650W redundant PSUs
All user data transparently stored on two mirrored SSDs via ZFS. ZFS and mirroring is handled in edgeLinux and is transparent to user antlets. ZFS is the most fault-tolerant file system on the market. Used in combination with ECC RAM (error-correcting code).
16 GB ECC RDIMM RAM
2 x 4 TB SSD, raw capacity 4 TB SSD
antMan is powerful easy to use fast the only cloud manager you’ll ever need
The Business Accelerator
The Antsle two Line
- The Case: A compact, 1U case conforms to Antsle’s famous minimalistic design paradigm. Behind the “French window” front panel, you have access to four drives for hot-swapping the SSDs.
- The CPU: The AMD EPYC is among the most powerful CPUs that can be used in a self-hosted environment today! Hyperthreading means you get significantly more performance out of the cores you choose. With two CPU sockets available that means up to 64 cores with 128 threads (128 vCPUs).
- The Storage: Everything is 100% mirrored so that performance is top-notch and your data stays safe. All instances run on our file system based on ZFS, so you’ll gain significant speed and save valuable RAM that can then be used for the payload. We use RAID-Z, which guarantees the highest amount of safety, fault-tolerance, and integrity.
- The RAM: Servers are designed to run for a long time. Bit errors do occur and when written to disk cause an inconsistent state on your disk. Therefore, we exclusively use DDR4 registered ECC (error-correcting code) RAM in our Antsles to avoid these problems.
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