Primary Strawberry Production Server

The primary Strawberry production server is hosting the Strawberry services & the database. Additionally, it can perform 24/7 proxy encoding. Strawberry services can either run on physical hardware or inside a Virtual Machine.

  • 48 GB RAM
  • 16+ physical CPU cores / 2.4 GHz or faster (Intel or AMD)
  • 2× 500GB SSD (mirrored)
  • A dedicated connection to the storage and a dedicated network connection to the client network (10gbit Ethernet or comparable)
  • RHEL 7/8 or Centos 7/8, 64bit
  • Support for RHEL 6 and Centos 6 will end in November 2020 as both products reach their End Of Lifetime (EOL).

Proxy Encoding Node

A proxy encoding node is a dedicated server for 24/7 proxy file creation. A proxy encoding node can either run on physical hardware or inside a Virtual Machine. The Strawberry core server can control and load balance multiple proxy encoding nodes simultaneously.

  • 24 GB RAM
  • 16+ physical CPU cores / 2.4 GHz or faster (Intel or AMD)
  • 2× 500GB SSD (mirrored)
  • A fast connection between the proxy encoding node and the store storage (10Gbit Ethernet or comparable)
  • An adequate connection between the View encoder node and the Strawberry server for metadata traffic (1Gbit Ethernet)
  • RHEL 7/8 or Centos 7/8, 64bit
  • Support for RHEL 6 and Centos 6 will end in November 2020 as both products reach their End Of Lifetime (EOL).

High Availability Server

  • The High Availability (HA) server must have the exact same hardware and software properties as the primary Strawberry production server
Last modified: Nov 20, 2020

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