Roving Edge Infrastructure Device Specifications

Describes the hardware and port specifications for Roving Edge Infrastructure devices.

Hardware

The following table lists the hardware specifications of the Roving Edge Infrastructure devices:

Roving Edge Device

Roving Edge Ultra

Roving Edge Standalone Cluster (5 - 15 devices)

Roving Edge Station Cluster (15 - 30 devices)

Object, Block, and Filesystem Storage

55.92 TiB raw

6.99 TiB raw

Removable NVMe-based Ignition Key (512 GB) for added security which contains the Roving Edge Infrastructure device operating system and the keys to decrypt the data drive.

279.6 - 838.8 TiB raw

838.8 - 1677.6 TiB raw

Available OCPU

32

8

160 - 480

480 - 690

Available RAM

384 GB

64 GB

GPU

2650 cudas cores, 320 sensor cores

No integrated GPU. Instead, supports up to 2 Intel Movidius VPUs.

Networking

2 x 100 GbE and 2 x 10 GbE

2 x 1 GbE and 2 x 10 GbE

Security

TPM, physical tamper-evidence

TPM, Trenchboot SecureBoot, physical tamper evidence

Removable NVMe-based Ignition Key (512 GB) for added security which contains the Roving Edge Infrastructure device operating system and the keys to decrypt the data drive.

Dimensions

21" L x 17" W x 3.5" H

7.5" L x 6" W x 2" H

Weight

38 lbs

3.75 lbs

Power Output

700 W

65 W (with 16-core Intel Xeon D-1577)

Input Voltage

100 - 240VAC

9 - 36VDC

80 PLUS Standard

80 PLUS Platinum

Connector Type

C14

Ultra Battery Options

The following battery options are available for use with Roving Edge Ultra devices:

  • Modular stackable form-factor integrated 75Wh module:

    • Directly attaches to the chassis.

    • Provides 1-1.5 hours of operation per battery at its maximum CPU load.

    • Has a 60W output.

    • Stackable 2-deep for up to 3 hours of operating time.

  • Optional external military standard BB-2590/U L-Ion 294 Wh battery (not included):

    • Military-qualified third-party battery.

    • Multiple capacities available but high capacity model provides 4-5 hours of operation.

  • Integrated moduled batteries and BB-2590/U batteries used in tandem. You can use supported battery options in tandem to extend operating time

Service Ports

Each Roving Edge Infrastructure device supports a single IP and exposes its services through the following unique ports:

Service

Port

Identity

12050

Authorization

12060

Object Storage Gateway

8019

Virtual Cloud Network (VCN)

18336

Compute

19060

Data Sync

21060, 21061

Monitoring

22060

System Upgrade

23060

Block Storage

5012

Roving Edge Device Console

8015

Etcd3

18000

Running CLIs on Device-Hosted Compute Instances

Follow these guidelines for running CLIs and OCI utilities on compute instances hosted by Roving Edge Infrastructure devices.

Note

The instructions in this topic are for Oracle Linux host computers.

  • Have the VM go through the following local IP:

    169.254.169.254

  • Have the VM refer to the Roving Edge Infrastructure device as otec-console-local.

  • Employ the following IP Tables rules:

    { for i in 19060 8019 12050 21060 22060 23060 22060 12060;do iptables -I 
    BareMetalInstanceServices -d 169.254.169.254/32 -p tcp -m tcp --dport $i -m 
    comment --comment "Rover service access port" -j ACCEPT;done }

    See Service Ports for a list of available ports.

  • If you want to use the Linux-based OCI utilities described in OCI Utilities, perform the following tasks on a Roving Edge Infrastructure device-hosted instance:

    1. Go to the /etc/oci-utils.conf.d directory and make a backup copy of the 00-oci-utils.conf file.

    2. Open the 00-oci-utils.conf file and uncomment the following line:

      ;oci_sdk_user = opc
    3. Set the user to the Linux username with the default config and oci_cli_rc files:

      ;oci_sdk_user = username
    4. Run the following command as root (or use sudo):

      systemctl enable --now ocid.service
    5. Run the following command as root (or use sudo):

      iptables -I OUTPUT -d 169.254.169.254/32 -p tcp -m tcp --dport 8019 -j ACCEPT