The type of server you install in a data center can have a big impact -- Knowing and choosing the appropriate server type can extend the effective life of your data center, saving millions of dollars, and make room to add new systems.
The market for blade servers is becoming ever more complex and diverse due to the convergence of related modular form factors, a fast-growing interest in fabric-based infrastructure and the influence of cloud computing on buying behavior.
HP ProLiant Gen8 server features capabilities that speed and simplify 3 critical phases of the server lifecycle: configuration and provisioning, daily operational health monitoring and ongoing updates and maintenance. Download this short paper!
When Hewlett-Packard set out to develop the next generation of its popular ProLiant server family, a key objective was to dramatically reduce the burden of manag-ing the servers-both individually and in aggregate across the data center.
Small and Medium businesses (SMBs) continue to do their part to drive the economy forward. For many of them, the job demands a fresh - or even first - look to server infrastructure. Learn how HP Gen8 Servers can help your business.
Organizations today are facing economic pressure and many IT departments look at annual budget decreases while constantly being asked to deliver more. HP's new Gen8 servers are designed specifically to improve the efficiency of your data center.
With an unprecedented set of smart innovations, HP BladeSystem - including the new HP ProLiant Gen8 server family - provides the foundation of a self-aware and intelligent converged infrastructure. Read on to learn 8 steps to building a blade system.
IDC Spotlight paper.
Seeking the business benefits generated by private cloud and to free themselves from the rigid silos of traditional IT infrastructures, organizations are turning to an approach that extends virtualization to all compute, network, and storage resources in their datacenters.
Blade server computing is growing in popularity, largely driven by virtualization within the data center, which requires simplified management and increased flexibility in order to deliver operating efficiency and productivity. Adoption is also driven by a need for better performance and scalability, according to a recent survey by IDG Research Services.
Traditional server management and provisioning can create unnecessary burdens for many organizations. Information technology (IT) administrators in today’s business environments need a more streamlined process to manage servers throughout the IT life cycle, including tools to help them diagnose problems and procedures for efficiently resolving errors. This white paper provides an in-depth look at the key capabilities of HP Integrated Lights-Out (iLO) embedded in every ProLiant Gen8 server, the solution’s scalable licensing offerings, and mobile-app features that support IT staff—anywhere, anytime.