PowerEdge R7415 Rack Server
Gain outstanding cost efficiency with a highly scalable single-socket, 2U rack server. Easily add memory and storage for demanding modern workloads.
Scale-up server for cost optimization
The PowerEdge R7415 delivers true versatility in a highly configurable, single socket solution. It offers maximum flexibility with up to 24 NVMe drives and 8 memory channels. With 128 lanes of PCIe connectivity and up to 32 cores, the R7415 provides an optimal balance of compute to I/O – enabling low latency, high performance compute.
- BI analytics
- Scale-out, high capacity SDS
Breakthrough performance for storage-intensive workloads
The PowerEdge R7415 delivers cost-efficient scalability in a single-socket design. Add plenty of storage and memory capacity to meet the needs of demanding workloads. With the enterprise-class AMD EPYC™ processor, the R7415 delivers software-defined storage or business analytics in a single-processor design.
- Memory and I/O flexibility with up to 16 DDR4 DIMMs and 128 lanes of PCIe.
- Rich storage performance with up to 24 NVMe SSDs.
- Up to 1 terabyte memory capacity for in-line memory and analytics.
Automate productivity with intelligent, embedded management
Dell EMC OpenManage intelligent automation enables you to spend less time on routine maintenance so you can focus on business-critical priorities.
- Help maximize uptime and reduce the IT effort to resolve issues by up to 72%1 with ProSupport Plus and SupportAssist
- Leverage existing management consoles with easy integrations for VMware® vSphere®, Microsoft® System Center and Nagios®.
- Improve productivity with agent-free Dell EMC iDRAC9 for automated management.
- Simplify deployment with OpenManage next-generation console and server profiles to configure and prep servers rapidly and scalably.
Fortify your data center with comprehensive protection
A comprehensive, cyber-resilient architecture with security embedded into every server helps to protect your data.
- Protect server configuration and firmware from malicious changes with new Configuration Lock-down.
- Use system erase of local storage to help ensure data privacy when you repurpose or retire servers.
- Automate updates that check file dependencies and proper update sequence, before deploying them independently from the OS/hypervisor.
- Take control of your firmware consoles with embedded authentication that is designed to allow only properly signed updates to run.