Appendix

This additional information can be used to learn more about your appliance.

Grantley Platform

The McAfee Advanced Threat Defense appliances are built on the Grantley platform. Equipped with the CPUs from the Xenon® E5-2600 v3 and Xenon® E5-2600 v4 product families, DDR4 memory, and 10-GB Ethernet modules, your appliances are fast and efficient. For more information about the Grantley platform, visit:

http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/embedded/products/grantley-refresh/overview.html

https://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/intel-xeon-processor-e5-2600-v3-product-family-technical-overview

Boradwell-EP

The CPUs from the Xenon® E5-2600 v3 and Xenon® E5-2600 v4 product families on the McAfee Advanced Threat Defense appliances are manufactured in the Intel 14-Nm process technology. The ATD-3100 with two Xenon E5-2609v4 CPUs have eight cores and threads with 20 MB of Intel's Smart Cache. The ATD-6100 with two Xenon E5-2695v4 has 18 cores and 36 threads with 45 MB of Intel's Smart Cache. The ATD-3000 and ATD-6000 with two E5-2658 and four E5-4640 respectively has eight cores and 16 threads with 20 MB of Intel's Smart Cache. For more information about the Broadwell-EP, visit ark.intel.com.

Chassis

The ATD-3100 and ATD-6100 appliances are built on Intel Wildcat Pass 1U rack system. The ATD-3000 is built on Intel's Grizzly Pass 1U and ATD-6000 is built on Intel's Lizard Head Pass 2U rack system. For more information about Wildcat Pass, Grizzly Pass, and Lizard Head Pass, visit ark.intel.com.

Storage

The McAfee Advanced Threat Defense appliances use both HDDs and SSDs for storage. The HDDs are set in 3+1 RAID 5 configuration and the SSDs are set in 1+1 RAID 0 configuration.

Remote management module (RMM)

The ATD-3100 and ATD-6100 appliances are equipped with the Intel RMM4LITE2 modules. The ATD-3000 and ATD-6000 are equipped with the Intel RMM4R and RMM4 modules. The RMM4 modules have the following features which allow administrators to:

  • Redirect KVM from RMM4 NIC or the baseboard NIC used for management traffic.
  • Redirect media, that is, to mount a CD, Floppy disk, or a USB storage device to a server.
  • Remotely troubleshoot system through all system level event logs, sensors reading, power statistics, and debug messages that are readily available in RMM UI console.

For more information about Intel's RMM, visit:

http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/server-management/intel-remote-management-module.html