A server pool contains a set of servers. These servers typically share
the same characteristics. Those characteristics can be their location in the
chassis, or an attribute such as server type, amount of memory, local storage,
type of CPU, or local drive configuration. You can manually assign a server to
a server pool, or use server pool policies and server pool policy
qualifications to automate the assignment.
If your system implements multitenancy through organizations, you can
designate one or more server pools to be used by a specific organization. For
example, a pool that includes all servers with two CPUs could be assigned to
the Marketing organization, while all servers with 64 GB memory could be
assigned to the Finance organization.
A server pool can include servers from any chassis in the system. A
given server can belong to multiple server pools.
When you select a specific server pool, you can view the individual
details for that pool, including the number of servers included in the pool,
and the associated qualification policies.