About the Hardware
You can deploy ThoughtSpot on two different appliance hardware platforms: Haswell and Skylake. Both of the platforms provide the same performance. Refer to Haswell and Skylake hardware details for details on their physical differences.
|Dimensions||2 RU chassis (17.25” x 3.47” x 28.5” (WxHxD))||2 RU chassis (17.6” x 3.47” x 28.75” (WxHxD))|
|# of nodes||Populated with 1 to 4 nodes||Populated with 1 to 4 nodes|
|Node specifications||Each node is independent and consists of a server board (removable from rear), 1x 200GB SSD, 3x .2TB HDD||Each node is independent and consists of a server board (removable from rear), 1x 240GB SSD, 3x 2TB HDD|
|Max power consumption||2000 W||2200 W|
|Required power input||200-240V / 11.8 - 9.8A / 50-60Hz (C13 / C14 power cords)||220-240 VAC 50-60 Hz (C13 / C14 power cords)|
Haswell front and back views
These images show the front and back views of each appliance.
The nodes on the front of both appliances go from A-D left to right. For this Haswell appliance, only Node D is populated.
The nodes on the back of both appliances are in a reverse N shape, with Node A at the bottom right and Node D at the top left.
The Haswell appliance shown here is not fully populated, as it only has three nodes. Your appliance may be populated with 1-4 nodes, depending on the ordered configuration. If you order less than four nodes, ThoughtSpot fills the empty slot with a filler panel.
Skylake front and back views
The Skylake appliance shown here is fully populated with four nodes.
Location of serial number
You may need to know your appliance’s serial number, to be able to access online help from your appliance provider. Find your Super Micro Computer’s serial number on the top of the appliance, above the label for Node D at the front right corner.
Connect the appliance
Next, connect the appliance.