DRTrack™ System Requirements

DRTrack requirements may vary depending on which software modules have been licensed for use, the number of licensed users, hosting setups, and the types of operating systems being used.  This article provides general system requirement information and may not apply to all situations or setups.  

 

Centralized Web Server (Self Hosted)

The Server Configuration Table identifies the standard requirements for self-hosting DRTrack, which will require a centralized web server with the minimum configuration. The configuration for larger loads can be distributed to multiple servers, to run each or any combination of the primary components.

 

Server Configuration Table

 

0-100 TRUCKS

100-350 TRUCKS

350-700 TRUCKS

1000+ TRUCKS *

Operating System

Windows 2008 Server, 32 or 64-bit w/IIS, .NET 4.5

Windows 2008 Server, 64-bit w/IIS and .NET 4.5

Windows 2008 Server, 64-bit w/IIS and .NET 4.5

Windows 2008 Server, 64-bit w/IIS and .NET 4.5

Database

SQL Server 2008 Express or greater w/SSRS

SQL Server 2008 Standard +, 64-bit w/SSRS

SQL Server 2008 Standard +, 64-bit w/SSRS

SQL Server 2008 Standard +, 64-bit w/SSRS

Processor

Quad-core 2.8 GHz or higher

Quad-core 2.8 GHz or higher

Quad-core 2.8 GHz or higher

Quad-core 2.8 GHz

or higher

Memory

4 GB

8 GB+

16 GB+

32 GB+

Hard Disk

125 GB .Recommend Raid 0, 1, or 10 Array, DB Growth ~5 MB (device/month)

160 GB. Recommend Raid 0, 1, or 10 Array, DB Growth  ~5 MB (device/month)

220 GB. Recommend Raid 0, 1, or 10 Array, DB Growth ~5 MB (device/month)

220 GB. Recommend Raid 0, 1, or 10 Array, DB Growth ~5 MB (device/month)

Network Card

1 GB dedicated NIC for Terminal Services

1 GB dedicated NIC for Terminal Services

1 GB dedicated NIC for Terminal Services

1 GB dedicated NIC for Terminal Services

Network Connection

Open /Public/ Ext IP; T1/T3 or higher

Open /Public/ Ext IP; T1/T3 or higher

Open /Public/ Ext IP; T1/T3 or higher

Open /Public/ Ext IP; T1/T3 or higher

Ports

Port 80 must be open for inbound and outbound traffic.  Additional ports may be required for communication between IIS, SQL Server, 3rd party interfaces, etc. (dependent on how servers and applications are deployed)

*

Special architectural considerations may need to be taken into account when this threshold is exceeded to an extraordinary degree.