Dell Server PowerEdge R7415 Rack
Scale-up efficiency without compromise
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.
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.