Smart Weld Quality Management System Database Server Hardware Recommendation - Intergraph Smart WQMS - 2019 R1 (5.0) - Installation - Hexagon PPM

Intergraph Smart Weld Quality Management System Installation (2019 R1)

PPMProduct
Intergraph Smart WQMS
PPMCategory_custom
Installation & Upgrade
Version_SmartWQMS
2019 R1 (5.0)

The below hardware is recommended for Smart Weld Quality Management System 2019 R1:

  • 10 core high-end server processor - To host the data for one Smart Weld Quality Management System site. For each additional site, add 4 cores.

  • 64 GB RAM - To host the data for one Smart Weld Quality Management System site. For each additional site, add 32 GB, if you share the same database instance. Add 64 GB for each site in a separate instance.

  • Fast data storage - For example, 1 TB with I/O throughput better than 3 Gbps with two or more data channels.

  • Data Backup/Recovery.

  • 1000 BaseT or higher network interface connection to the Application Server.

  • These database server hardware recommendations are based on the assumption that this server hosts the database to support one typical Smart Weld Quality Management System site and does not host other major Intergraph or third-party software. Hardware size for servers depends on many factors, such as the number of concurrent users per site, the size of the project (which translates into the size of the database), and other softwares that are running on the machine.

  • For each additional site in this implementation, if the sites share same database instance, the database server configuration should be increased by 4 cores and 32 GB of memory. If an additional site is added within its own instance, configuration should be increased by 4 cores and 64 GB of memory.

  • The memory required for each site depends on concurrency and system usage.

  • Performance capacity planning should be done to obtain the accurate measurement.

  • Multiple physical drives should be used on the database server to distribute the file read/write operations and improve performance. For example, the operating system should be installed on its own drive, with separate drives containing the core database files and user data files.