PowerOne network The PowerOne network provides three networks that facilitate connectivity for the entire PowerOne. The configuration of these networks is automated by the PowerOne Controller. The following table lists these networks. Network Description System fabric Provides connectivity for east-west production traffic between PowerOne hosts and north-south production traffic between these hosts and production network of the customer. Management network Provides OOB management connectivity between all PowerOne components and management network of the customer. Storage Area Network(SAN) Provides connectivity for all the storage traffic between external storage and hosts within PowerOne. Child TopicsSystem fabric The system fabric is a key component of PowerOne. It provides high speed with low latency throughput and enables: Fabric connectivity PowerOne System Fabric enables you to start with a small configuration and scale out to a large configuration. The current per-Pod configuration is for two Dell EMC Networking S5232F-ON switches. Pod connectivityEach pair of S5232F-ON switches provides network connectivity for a single Pod. A Pod supports up to three compute domains, which in turn support up to 10 PowerEdge MX7000 chassis (up to 80 compute sleds). Therefore, each Pod can support up to 30 MX7000 chassis (up to 240 blade servers). Domain connectivityEach PowerEdge MX7000 compute domain must connect to a pair of Dell EMC Networking S5232F-ON leaf switches to enable traffic flow to and from the compute sleds. PowerOne SAN fabric Configuring SAN traffic PowerOne management networkThe PowerOne management network provides OOB connectivity for PowerOne. PowerOne platform organizationPowerOne supports the VMware platform.