Bare Metal Servers
Bare metal servers provide users with sole access to the entire server. Pure bare metal server is single tenant and offered without a hypervisor, thereby eliminating the “noisy neighbor” effect and any performance “tax” from the hypervisor. Bare metal servers can be acquired in a preconfigured form or custom-configured to exact specifications.
Bare metal server features
• Control & Security
A single tenant bare metal server is dedicated to customers for complete control, flexibility, and security.
Choose a processor that best meets your performance needs. Upgrade from the base configuration to fine tune the hardware for your workload with customizable RAM, SSD, and more.
Provision servers in IBM Cloud data centers around the world in two to four hours. If you need to be online in minutes or only need limited resources, select an hourly bare metal server.
Available options from single processor 4-core architectures to quad-processor 12-core architectures and up to 3TB RAM. Local storage ranges from 800 GB to 1.2 TB SSDs and up to 36 drivers per server.
Provision bare metal servers with cutting-edge GPUs to handle your most complex compute-intensive workloads. NVIDIA Tesla GPUs on IBM Cloud are designed for high performance acceleration of scientific computation, data analytics, and professional-grade virtualized graphics.
Shift SAP environments from on premise to the fully powered IBM Cloud to realize all the advantages of cloud: cost reductions, on-demand flexibility, and limitless growth potential.
SAP HANA 4-socket and 8-socket bare metal servers are SAP certified for production S/4 HANA workloads,
powered by Intel® Xeon® E7-8890 v4 processors, with up to 8TB of RAM.
Bare metal server options
Your Bare Metal Servers is an hourly or monthly, single-tenant server that is dedicated to you; it is not shared in any part, including server resources, with other customers. You manage your server, which is provisioned without a hypervisor, and deployed in one or more data centers. Multiple Bare Metal Servers can communicate on the IBM Cloud virtual private network as if stationed on the same rack.