The OP5 Hardware requirements guide shows what is needed to run OP5 Monitor properly and outlines support of specific Software, HW and OS. OP5 Appliance Server uses a customized operating system called OP5 Appliance Software that is optimized for running our software.Supported Browsers
Our products are reported to run safely on these browsers as well, but these browsers are not officially supported.
If you plan to use extensive logging it is a preferred architecture to split the set-up in two separate servers due to I/O, processor and memory requirements. If you are uncertain, please contact us.
|Recommended for||Up to 300 Devices||Up to 2000 Devices||Up to 10.000 Devices|
|19” – 1U optimized server|
|Mail Server for notification|
|Processor||1 x Xeon E3-1220v3||1 x Xeon E5-2620v3||2 x Xeon E5-2620v3|
|Hard drive||1 x 500 GB SATA||2 x 300 GB SAS RAID 1||4 x 300 GB SAS RAID 10|
|RAM||8 GB||16 GB||24 GB|
|Dual Power Supplies|
|Out-of-band management (iDRAC)|
|Standard Support replacement –
8×5 next business day
|Extended Support replacement – 24×7, 4 hours||Optional||Optional||Optional|
RedHat 6.x and CentOS 7.x, both 64bit are supported.
We support running OP5 products on RedHat 6 and CentOS 7 that have not yet reached their end-of-life. CentOS follows the RedHat Enterprise Linux end-of-life dates, which can be found in the RedHat documentation.
* Shipped as OS on op5 Server
** We are proud to recognize Red Hat as a certified supplier for our infrastructure.
Our certifications do not apply to Red Hat software if it has been changed, altered, or maintained with non-Red Hat modifications.