It's likely to work as a storage device -- but it won't work if your intention is to use it as your boot drive.
This system is far too old to support booting from a PCIe/NVMe SSD.
The ability to use a PCIe/NVMe drive to boot the system is a 2016 technology -- the T3500 is about eight years old (and doesn't have UEFI support, which is required to boot NVMe). You CAN use an SSD to boot the system but you'll need a SATA drive, not PCIe/NVMe.
You can do PCI-E SSD booting with an Apricorn Velocity Solo X2 placed in the X4 slot that the raid controller works in.
550/550 MBs - Single drive
800/800 MBs - Two drives (RAID 0)