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Product information

  • Category: Solutions Level
  • Product Series: Rainer Stupa Edge

Rainer Stupa Edge

Ease of use - Single pain of glass, Graphical UI, Deploy and manage resources across compute, storage and networking.

Flexibility and control - Resource groups provide control to meet VM requirements, Ultra fine-grained control of performance when needed or simplicity when not needed, Maximum utilisation of constrained Edge resources.

Highly Available by default - Stay in control of resources at all times - Dashboard automatically failsover in the event of server failure - Manage Edge resources, even when disconnected.

Rainer Stupa Edge is a true turnkey hyperconverged platform that combines network, storage, compute, and software in a small 2-node footprint. Evidently decrease your TCO, increase ROI, experience maximum performance and flawless resiliency with a single HCI solution from the only all-flash hyperconvergence vendor that has it all. Rainer Stupa Edge HyperConverged Appliance will be the perfect fit for organizations looking to ensure ultimate performance for their mission-critical applications without spending a fortune on hardware and IT staff.


Infrastructure Manager

The Infrastructure Manager dashboard, is the fastest and recommended way to deploy and manage clusters in AWS, On-Premises and at the Edge. It provides a single pane of glass to manage and monitor resources, take backups, move workloads around and to deploy clusters. It can be deployed instantly on-demand from the AWS marketplace.

1. Single pane of management for all deployments

• Full role-based access control

• UI or API driven for easy integration

• Monitor all resources across entire deployed estate

2. Virtual Machine management

• Ability to move VMs between Clusters

• Use Templates to create new VMs. Ability to have private Template servers

• Resource Groups for granular control of compute and storage

3. Data protection

• Backup VMs on your clusters from a central location

• Create granular snapshot schedules

• Restore to any cluster under SIM control

1. What is hyperconverged infrastructure?

Hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) is a combination of servers and storage into a distributed infrastructure platform with intelligent software to create flexible building blocks that replace legacy infrastructure consisting of separate servers, storage networks, and storage arrays. More specifically, it combines commodity datacenter server hardware with locally attached storage devices (spinning disk or flash) and is powered by a distributed software layer to eliminate common pain points associated with legacy infrastructure.

2. Hyperconvered Infrastructure Basics: How it works?

HCI converges the entire datacenter stack, including compute, storage, storage networking, and virtualization. More specifically, it combines commodity datacenter server hardware with locally attached storage devices (spinning disk or flash) and is powered by a distributed software layer to eliminate common pain points associated with legacy infrastructure. Complex and expensive legacy infrastructure is replaced by a distributed platform running on industry-standard commodity servers that enables enterprises to size their workloads precisely and to scale flexibly as needed. Each server, also known as a node, includes x86 processors with SSDs and HDDs. Software running on each node distributes all operating functions across the cluster for superior performance and resilience.

Hardware platform configurations are available to fit any workload by independently scaling the various resources (CPU, RAM, and storage) and can be provisioned with or without GPU for graphics acceleration. All nodes include flash to optimize storage performance, and all-flash nodes are available to deliver maximum I/O throughput with minimum latency for all enterprise applications.

In addition to the distributed storage and compute platform, HCI solutions also include a management pane to enable you to easily administer HCI resources from a single interface. This eliminates the need for separate management solutions for servers, storage, storage networks, and virtualization.

3. The tie between hyperconvergence and cloud

Organizations increasingly utilize public cloud services such as Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud for deploying IT applications to run their business. Public cloud services are flexible and dynamic, and enable organizations to dynamically adapt to changing business needs.

But despite the increase in flexibility, cloud computing has its own challenges. Building and deploying applications in public clouds requires specialized skill sets that diverge from traditional IT teams, increasing the specialization in already highly siloed organizations. In addition, utilizing public cloud resources is more expensive than on-premises infrastructure and creates control and security challenges.

Hyperconverged infrastructure is underpinned by many of the same distributed systems technologies as public clouds, enabling IT organizations to build private clouds that bring benefits of cloud computing into organizations’ datacenters. Hyperconverged infrastructure services can also be extended into public clouds for true hybrid cloud infrastructure that enables applications to be deployed and managed with the same tools and procedures while making it easy to migrate data and services across clouds.



Built with Intel® Xeon® E-2286M Processor (2.4 GHz – 5.0

GHz Turbo, 8 Core, 16 thread, 16 MB Cache, 45W


Mobile Intel® CM246 Chipset


Two DDR4 SODIMM sockets (Dual channel

DDR4-2666 SODIMMs, 1.2V, max 64 GB @

2400 MHz or 32 GB @ 2666 MHz)

PCIe Support

2x M.2 PCIe X4 slots (PCH), 1x M.2 PCIe X4 slot (CPU)

Double-wide PCIe X16 (CPU) slot shared with PCIe X4 (CPU) slot, 8" max card lengt


Two M.2 key M slots: 42/80 + 42/80/110

PCH-attached PCIe* x4 Gen3 NVMe/AHCI

or SATA3 SSD, Intel® Optane™ SSD and

Intel® Optane™ Memory M10 and H10 ready


Two Intel® 10/100/1000 Mbps (i219-LM and

i210-AT) Ethernet ports

I/O Ports

(4) rear USB 3.1g2, 2x Thunderbolt 3 (USB 3.1g2), 2x front USB 3.1g2

( 2) Thunderbolt™ 3

3.5mm rear speaker / TOSLINK combo jack

SDXC with UHS-II support

Advanced Technology

• Intel® vPro™ Technology

• Intel® Virtualization Technology (VT-x)

• Intel® Virtualization for Directed I/O (VT-d)

• Intel® VT-x with Extended Page Tables (EPT)

• Intel® Speed Shift Technology

• Intel® Turbo Boost Technology

• Intel® Hyper-Threading Technology

• Enhanced Intel® SpeedStep® Technology

• Intel® Identity Protection Technology (Intel® IPT)

• Intel® Platform Trust Technology (Intel® PTT

Security & Reliability

• Intel® Active Management Technology 12.0 (Intel® AMT)

• Intel® Memory Protection Extensions (Intel® MPX)

• Intel® Software Guard Extensions (Intel® SGX)

• Intel® AES New Instructions

• Execute Disable Bit

• Discrete Trusted Platform Module 2.0 (TPM

Form Factor

238 x 216 x 96 mm (5.0 L)

Drive Bay

2x M.2 key M slots: 42/80 + 42/80/110 PCH-attached PCIe x4 Gen3 NVMe / AHCI or SATA3 SSD,

RAID-0 and RAID-1 capable

Front Panel

2x front USB 3.1g2

SDXC with UHS-II support

3.5mm front stereo headset jack