Technical Specification: Rack mountable Server

Quantity-7 ( 4 at DC and 3 at DR )
Sl. No GENERAL CONFIGURATION REQUIRED
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The rack mountable server should be configured with 4 x Intel® Xeon® Processor
E5-4669 v3 (45M Cache, 18 Core, 2.10 GHz) Processor or higher. Chipset
compatible to the processor needs to be provided.

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The rack mountable server should be configured with 256 GB memory using 16
GB DDR4 DIMM.

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The rack mountable server should support for 16 GB per DIMM modules and
should support a memory of up to a minimum of 512 GB.

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The rack mountable server should be configured with four number 1.2 TB 10 K
RPM SAS HDD drives.

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The rack mountable server should be configured with RAID controller card with
RAID 0/1/1+0/5 min. 512 MB cache.

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The rack mountable server should have four port 10/100/1000 Mbps Ethernet
Ports.

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The rack mountable server should be provided with remote management features.

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The rack mountable server should be certified for Microsoft server 2012, Redhat,
Suse etc

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The systems management software should provide System Hardware and Firmware
Inventory Display.
The systems management software should support Virtual Media.
The systems management software should support console redirection.
The systems management software should alert the systems administrator on
potential issues through SNMP traps or E-mail alerts.

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The systems management software should support SSL and IPMI/ILO or
equivalent.

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The systems management software should support power management functions
like shutdown and reset, from a management console.

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The systems management software should provide password-level security
management and role based authority.
ACPI 2.0 Compliant, PCIE 3.0 Compliant, USB 2.0 or higher support
The server to be provided with Dual & Hot Plug Power Supplies
The server to be provided with one DVD-RW drive
Chassis should be 1U/2U/3U/4U

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The rack mountable server should have dual port FC HBA to connect to the SAN

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The rack mountable server should be covered under the warranty/AMC including
with 6 Hours onsite 24X7 resolution support for hardware, firmware and any
management software and labor by the OEM.

Compliance
(YES/NO)

Rack mountable Server for backup
Quantity-2 ( 1 at DC and 1 at DR )
Sl. no

GENERAL CONFIGURATION REQUIRED

1

The rack mountable server should be configured with 2 x Intel® Xeon® E5-2637 v3
(3.5GHz/4-core/15MB) Processor or higher. Chipset compatible to the processor
needs to be provided.

2

The rack mountable server should be configured with 64 GB memory using 16 GB
DDR4 DIMM.

3

The rack mountable server should support for 16 GB per DIMM modules and should
support a memory of up to a minimum of 160 GB.

4

The rack mountable server should be configured with two number 900 GB 10K RPM
SAS HDD drives.

5

The rack mountable server should be configured with RAID controller card with
RAID 0/1/1+0/5 min. 512 MB cache.

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The rack mountable server should have four port 10/100/1000 Mbps Ethernet Ports.

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The rack mountable server should be provided with remote management features.

9

The rack mountable server should be certified for Microsoft server 2012, Suse, Redhat
etc.

10

The systems management software should provide System Hardware and Firmware
Inventory Display.

11

The systems management software should support Virtual Media.

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The systems management software should support console redirection.

13

The systems management software should alert the systems administrator on potential
issues through SNMP traps or E-mail alerts.

14

The systems management software should support SSL and IPMI/ILO or equivalent.

15

The systems management software should support power management functions like
shutdown and reset, from a management console.

16

The systems management software should provide password-level security
management and role based authority.

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ACPI 2.0 / ACPI 2.0b Compliant, PCIE 3.0 Compliant, USB 2.0 or higher support

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The server to be provider with Dual & Hot Plug Power Supplies
The server to be provided with one DVD-RW drive
Chassis should be 1 U / 2 U

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The rack mountable server should have dual port FC HBA to connect to the SAN

.22 The rack mountable server should be covered under the warranty/AMC including with 6 Hours onsite 24X7 resolution support for hardware. firmware and any management software and labor by the OEM.

backup DR ) Compliance With Bank’s requirement (YES/NO) .

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8 Storage built-in functionality License 9 Management 10 OS support . Storage Capacity 5. Storage Controller 2. Front End and Back end Bandwidth 7.Storage Quantity. Parameter 1. Storage Cache Protocols Supported 3. Ports 6. 4.2 ( One each at DC and DR ) SAN switch Quantity-4 ( Two each at DC and DR ) Tape Library Quantity-2 ( One each at DC and DR ) Sl No.

11 SAN Switches 12 Tape Library 13 Support .

SAN should be supplied with thin provisioning license for complete capacity. The storage shall support standard storage (SAN) security features. OS overhead shall not be done inside cache. disks. The storage should have separate port 100Mb / 1Gb port for remote management. storage management. License for Snapshot. The storage should have at least 8 nos of 8 or 16 Gbps FC ports. Cache shall be used only for Data and Control information. fans etc. Easy to use GUI based and web enabled administration interface for configuration. The storage shall have the ability to expand and shrink LUNS/Volumes on the storage online and instantly.2 ( One each at DC and DR ) SAN switch Quantity-4 ( Two each at DC and DR ) Tape Library Quantity-2 ( One each at DC and DR ) Specifications The storage controller should have at least 2 controllers running in active-active mode with automatic failover to each other in case of one controller failure. Should have redundant hot swappable components like controllers.Storage Quantity. Support for industry-leading Operating System platforms including: Microsoft Windows. power supplies. The system should have minimum 64 GB cache across the two controllers with an ability to protect data on cache if the system fails and it results into controller failure. The proposed solution should be configured in No Single Point Of failure (NPSOF) architecture mode. The storage should support Industry standard RAID levels. disk copy/volume clone for complete capacity should be provided. It shall support connecting hosts over fiber channel. The storage shall have the ability to create logical volumes without physical capacity being available or in other words system should allow over-provisioning of the capacity. The cache on the storage should have 72hrs or more battery backup or cache data should be de-staged to disks to ensure zero data loss.. . The storage should have Fiber channel protocol to operate at 8 or 16 Gbps for host connectivity and shall support Gigabit Ethernet host connections. Any hardware / software required for this functionality shall be supplied along with it in. Linux etc. The storage shall support FCP protocol for use with different applications. Offered Storage array shall be supplied minimum with 25 TB usable Capacity on 900GB / 1200 GB 10K SAS Drives on RAID 1 and minimum 75 TB usable capacity using 900GB / 1200 GB 10K SAS Drives with Raid 5.

SAN switch and Tape library should be covered under the warranty/AMC including with 6 Hours onsite 24X7 resolution support for hardware. The tape library should have operator control panel. The storage. 4. The switch should be rack mountable and should be supplied with mounting kit. . The tape library should support web based remote management. One tape cleaning cartridges. firmware and any management software and labor by the OEM. Tape library with 2xFC LTO6 Tape Drive. 24 slots.The tape library should support LTO-6 tape drives (both read and write). The tape drive should have minimum 8 Gbps FC port for SAN connectivity. The tape library also should support read of LTO-4 and LTO-5 tapes. The tape library should be rack mountable and should be supplied with mounting kit. and 8 Gbps HBA. The switch should support 2. 25 LTO6 Tape cartridges.24 Port SAN switches with 24 port activation with necessary sfps and cables.

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All backup/restore administration must be controlled by a master server. 3 The software’s should allow selective restore of files in individual Virtual machines. 13 The proposed Backup solution should be configured in such a fashion that no extra license for Client and media servers is required while moving from LAN to SAN based backup. 12 The proposed backup solution should have the ability to configure automated backups for specific days and weeks within a month. Compliance Y/N . 2 To perform LAN free.Sl. 14 The solution should dynamically support sharing of Backup Devices between NAS box/s. 4 5 The master server should support Windows operating systems. Master system must maintain a database for all backup/restore meta. image level backups of the Virtual Machines and recovery to be done for the entire host or individual virtual machines. allowing for components to be added and removed without requiring the backup system to be shutdown. 8 9 The proposed backup solution must be able to support consolidated backup – for file system data on all platforms. LAN and SAN hosts 15 The solution must provide online backup facility 16 The solution should provide Full. regardless of location The proposed backup solution must be able to support raw device backup. 11 The proposed backup solution should support automatic robotic/tape drive configuration. All client licenses offered should support heterogeneous operating systems. No Backup Software license at DC and DR Specification 1 The proposed backup solution should offer user friendly CPU independent Licensing for Backup server/Clients/Agents meaning no of CPU’s configured on the servers should not have any bearing on the cost. No scripting is required. differential.data and it should reconstruct against any corruption 6 Proposed solution must support Windows operating systems. SCN and log sequence number. 10 The proposed backup solution should be modular in architecture. It should be able to restore read only files when needed as well as flexible restoration of complete databases or individual data files should be available. 7 The software must be based on Graphical User Interface (GUI) so that all backup servers can be managed centrally. and cumulative incremental backup while data is online with protection down to the data file level 17 The solution should support point-and-click complete recovery and point-in-time recovery based on time.

20 The proposed Backup solution should meet the following Media Management capabilities a. etc. 19 The proposed backup solution should support extensive reporting capabilities. Tape drive sharing must support both SCSI and Fiber based connections. Allow individual tape drive sharing among media servers and allow for reconfiguration without rebooting media servers c. Allow tape library sharing among media servers b. Application and Data without manual reinstallation or reconfiguration. media utilization. historic jobs by date and size. Backup job completion. like.18 The proposed backup solution must support complete server recovery from last backup including O/s. job failure. . client status.

perforated full Double rare door.CY HRDWRE. 19” 42U/1000D” Cabinet with A) Top and bottom cover for cable entry – 1 Each B) Depth Members – 2 Pairs C) 19” Mounting angles (Numbered “U” marking 2 pairs) D) Integral Base Frame Single front door.600W.42U.steel.600W.Rack Quantity-2 (DC & DR) Sl. perforated full Base Frame.PKT OF 20 Channel With Cable Loops 42U 7 Blanking Panel 19” 1U As per requirement 8 Blanking Panel 19” 2U As per requirement 9 PDU octagonal socket 12 x 5/15 amp with 32 amp MCB .600MMW X 1000MMD. mm internal cable 2 10 Colour – black 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Compliance Y/N . No Specification Qty 2 3 4 5 6 RACK.STEEL.42U. mm Source cable and 4 Sq. indicator with 3 mtr cable unterminated ( 6 Sq.FRNT PNL.SQR.

server. 3 Solution should have orchestration layer for provisioning. 8 Solution should be able to isolate and allow secure authenticated access to infrastructure services. referred in some cases as images/templates. network and storage hardware. 9 Solution should be hybrid cloud ready for Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity without any additional licensing/software required in the private cloud set-up. 4 Solution should be capable of orchestrating compute and storage resource placements based on flexible policies to maximize hardware utilization. Suse. . 10 Solution should support 3 party cloud management solutions and have an API that allows for custom development 11 12 Solution must support standards-based REST and SOAP interfaces Solution should be deployable on a wide variety of open source and proprietary host Operating Systems 13 Should co-exist with the current environment as there would be some applications on nonvirtualized environment interacting with applications in virtualized environment. etc) and any other open source OS working on x86 architecture. various flavors of Linux(Redhat.Private Cloud application requirement’s. 2 Solution should be able to abstract compute. 6 Solution should be capable of supporting multi-tenancy to run cloud services (compute. network and storage infrastructures automatically based on workload demand. and storage resources for the application and user self-service regardless of hypervisor. 5 Solution should be capable of decoupling applications and application infrastructure configurations in portable containers. network and storage) for multiple users/ departments and their applications on a single platform while dynamically and automatically managing the isolation of virtual machines into secure pools. network. rd Hypervisor 1 Virtualization software should be based on hypervisor technology which sits directly on top of Hardware (Bare Metal) 2 Solution should be able to run various operating systems like MS Windows desktop version and MS Windows Server edition. Sl. work flow management and change management. No Specification Compliance Y/N Cloud software requirements 1 Solution should be capable of allowing applications to self-service compute.

10 Solution should provide support for cluster services between Virtual Machines. processor. flexibility and availability 2 Solution should have the ability to thin provision disks to avoid allocating all storage space upfront 3 Solution should provide the capability to migrate the Virtual Machine files from one storage array to another storage server. 14 Software should have the capability to create Virtual Machines with required number of virtual CPUs. this RAM can be utilized by some other VM in the same physical machine which has a requirement 16 Solution should have power saving features 17 Solution should support p2v migration Storage Virtualization 1 Solution should integrate with SAN and infrastructure from leading Vendors so as to leverage high performance shared storage to centralize Virtual Machine file storage for greater manageability. memory so as to ensure that the most important Virtual Machines get adequate resources even in the times of congestion 13 Should have software load balancing feature to ensure while dynamically scaling up/down virtual machines. network.3 Solution should have the capability for creating Virtual Machines templates to provision new servers 4 Solution should continuously monitor utilization across Virtual Machines and should intelligently allocate available resources among the Virtual Machines 5 6 Virtualized Machines should be able to boot from SAN Solution should allow for taking snapshots of the Virtual Machines to be able to revert to an older state. 15 Solution should allow Virtual Machines consume RAM dynamically in such a way that if some of the VMs in Physical machine are not utilizing the RAM. if required 7 Solution should be able to dynamically allocate and balance computing capacity across collections of hardware resources of one physical box aggregated into one unified resource pool 8 Solution should support Live Migration of Virtual Machine from one host to another. 9 Solution should cater for the fact that if one server fails all the resources running on that server shall migrate to another set of virtual servers without manual intervention . Network Virtualization . 12 Solution should provide the monitoring capabilities for storage.

7 Solution should support encrypted communication (AES 256 bit or stronger) between cloud framework and all target systems. Each of those network interfaces can have its own IP address and even its own MAC address 2 Solution should allow for creating virtual switches that connect virtual machines 3 Solution should support configurations of 802. 7 The Solution shall deliver above listed all network capabilities with network equipment of Cisco.1 Solution should allow configuring each Virtual Machine with one or more virtual NICs.1 q VLANs that are compatible with standard VLAN implementations from other vendors. etc. Solution should ensure inter VM configuration happens through virtual switch Solution should offer flexibility to change throughput for an application based on application requirement. Windows 2012 RHEL / SUSE Linux. Application or Common Services. 2 Private Cloud Administrators should be able to easily configure. 9 Solution should support multiple roles and permissions based on the rights on Cloud Management Console. etc. while using a library of standard templates. 5 Solution must offer Policy based administration by putting Machines (Virtual or Physical) in logical groups and apply relevant policies 6 Solution should support VLAN isolation by supporting multiple networks per resource pool. 3 Solution should be able to provide Firewall protection for the virtual machine also. 4 5 6 Solution should take advantage of NIC teaming capabilities.Machines (Virtual or Physical). Solution should have horizontal scaling (spawning multiple VMs) and Vertical Scaling (increasing RAM and vCores) on the VM at run time. Authentication and Role based access to User Departments Infrastructure . 4 Solution must offer Identity. deploy. 11 Solution should generate reports on non conformance and escalation for privileged access by unauthorized roles/ identities. considering there is required bandwidth in the pipe. Security 1 Solution should offer automated and approval based upgrades for Virtual Machines delivering cloud infrastructure. and manage services through a highly intuitive service-centric interface. 5 . HP. 10 Solution should have the ability to not just enforce policies but also track and report nonconformance to access. 3 Solution should have self-service capabilities to allow Application Managers(as defined in the role administration) to log service requests 4 Solution should be able to offer choice to select multi operating systems such as Windows 2008. Cloud Management 1 Solution should provide a simple to use intuitive Web and experience for Cloud Administrator and User Departments.

Repair (New. Change. Change. 9 Solution should offer Registration. VMware. 13 Solution should track ownership and utilization of virtual machines. 11 Solution should automate provisioning of new and changes to existing infrastructure (Virtual. 19 Solution should be able to manage virtual and physical assets across multiple Private Clouds . Applications . Provisioning of Commuting Infrastructure . Cancellation. deployment.implying that a specific Cloud should have the ability to get resources from other Clouds . decommissioning all virtual and physical assets in the cloud datacenter. 17 Solution should employ Role Level Access Control with the ability to central manage Roles and Identities in an LDAP based Identity Store. 10 Solution should enforce password policies (complex password. 16 Solution should allow easy inventory tracking all the physical & virtual assets in the Private Cloud. The approval workflow should be configurable and should be specific to a department of Bank. applications and common services. Storage. Physical machines. User Complaint (New. Physical or Applications b. Cancel. Databases that can be selected while creating new virtual servers. Status Update) d.6 7 Solution should scale down the increased resources based on the usage. Change. Reconnect. Status Update). Amend. Application or Common Services) with approvals.Virtual. a web-based self-service portal for users to order and manage services. Forgot Password and other standard pages (Profile. Status Update) e. 18 Solution should have the ability to manage Virtual Assets across the major multiple virtualization platforms (Microsoft Hyper-V. VLAN. custom hardware profile. change password in some days etc) Solution should be able to offer choice of various hardware profiles. Billing or Contact information) or integration with existing Active directory setup. Common Services offered by Bank Private cloud. 8 Solution should provide comprehensive service catalog with capabilities for service design and lifecycle management. 12 Solution should allow creation of library hosting various Operating System. Signup. Order (Feasibility. Cancellation. Change. Selection of operating systems. 15 Solution should allow for implementing workflows for provisioning. Provide. Enquiry (New. Xen/KVM etc). Cancellation. Solution should offer Service catalog listing availability of Cloud infrastructure like Virtual Machines. 14 Solution must provide the capability to support the following Service Request Types or reasons for contact: a. Cease. Status Update) for the above infrastructure c.

27 Solution should allow identified roles as application managers to delegate user services to others in their team. disk consumption. 23 User Department should be able to report Department’s allocated Quota. 31 User Department should be able to generate consumption reports for Department’s cloud infrastructure (Virtual. who will manage the Patched Updations on virtual machines). manage. by region. 22 Solution should offer usage report by tenant. or by virtual machine reporting usage of memory consumption. (e. monitor. Network & Disk IO. Application or Common Services) 32 Administrators should be able to automatically scale and/or manage resources unilaterally (as also termed in the NIST definition) for tenant services without manual intervention as and when required by the SLA requirements of the service. 25 Bank departments should be able to select between a managed infrastructure and an unmanaged infrastructure. 29 Solution should give User Department/Application Manager capability to view logged. 33 Cloud Automation framework should provide capability for Roll based Access for performing specific tasks. 37 Solution should identify idle. Used Quota and balance Quota of infrastructure capacity 24 Application manager should be able to view application’s infrastructure as Services e. CPU consumption.g. 30 Solution should allow selecting various Operating System as well as option of installation of additional software's on the provisioned Virtual Machines to User Department while Requesting for provisioning of new virtual servers from Self service GUI.application and. underutilized capacity to provide inputs to the capacity management function such that informed decisions can be taken. 26 Solution should have the ability generate customize report as well as the native ability to export to common formats. 34 Private Cloud Administrators should be easily be able to take resources offline and online 35 Private Cloud Administrators/Application Managers should be able to create. : group his servers by. 28 Application Manager should be able to allocate. Physical. services using a web-based interface that presents a customized view of resources based on their role in the organization 36 Solution should be able to determine how many more virtual machines can fit the environment. . Assigned solved or Resolved queries.21 Solution should have Show-Back (to check the usage patterns and reporting for the application) and the same solution should have the capability to be updated into ChargeBack whenever this functionality is required by bank. report and upgrade allocated capacity.g. Queued . All web servers. all Small servers etc.

Storage. Solution should be able to create processes across multiple vendors’ software and hardware. 48 Various participating HW & SW components in the Data Center process as modeled by the solution should be easily manageable by this Orchestration layer. 42 Solution should have the ability to develop highly customized workflows and easy user interface. Memory. Network etc. 7 Solution should be able to send the reports through e-mail to predefined user with predefined interval. trend and analysis. 2 Solution should be able to monitor key performance characteristics of the virtual resource (OS. In addition. 8 Solution should trigger automated actions based on incoming events / alerts.38 Solution should support to identify and determine optimum sizing and placement of virtual machines. 46 It should support provisioning for multiple platforms including MS Windows. paused. 43 44 Solution should have web based interface Integration Capabilities. 39 Solution should provide a mechanism to automatically assess high volumes of workloads and determines optimal placement on virtual machines across the enterprise’s shared resource pools 40 Solution should demonstrate a way to comprehensively model cloud datacenter process end to end across multiple Vendors software and hardware thus enforcing Operational Best Practices and Procedures. 47 Solution should provide capability for orchestrating tasks across systems for consistent. Monitoring Capabilities 1 Solution should be able to monitor User Department Virtual Resources independent of the platform and solution/service they are running. 5 Solution should have mechanism to store historical data for problem diagnosis. . deviations from a desired Configuration should be detectable and reported. etc on x86 (32 and 64 bit) architecture. Solution should provide forecast reports demonstrating forecasted utilization. not running. 45 Orchestration Solution should be open and interoperable and has rich integration capabilities that support interfaces from command line interface and web services. compliant activity. documented. Linux. 6 Service level dashboard provided with the solution should have a web based interface. 4 Solution should give Department ability to select performance counters and duration for which they want to view the performance data.) 3 Solution should monitor all the critical operating system level services and should check for their status like running.

. and hence we will not be able to share the details as of now.Bank Response This refers to baseline configuration policy of the bank. This is for future requirement if any for the bank.

.The required storage capacity along with the disk details are provided. Hence there is no need for providing IOPS separately.

Bank has production and UAT setup which are in separate VLANs .

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