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HPE releases OneView 4.0

HPE released the newest version of its Converged Infrastructure Management software being OneView. Initially, OneView gave the server administrator a centralized management of its C7000 blade enclosures and some DL Proliant servers. Meanwhile you cannot only manage almost all ML, DL, BL, Apollo and Synergy server systems with OneView, also HPE 3PAR and StoreVirtual storage solutions are included now. This makes OneView the foundation for a true software-defined datacenter. An overview on what is new in 4.0 shows a long list of new features in nearly all aspects of the package: Deploy infrastructure at cloud like speed OneView 4.0...

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HPE preloads ClearOS on their servers: Linux made easy

Already there on some Gen9 servers, now you will get ClearOS as well on the Gen10 MicroServer, and as an option on all other Proliant servers. ClearOS? Well it didn’t ring a bell for me either. Time for some research! ClearOS is an affordable and reliable CentOS based Linux operating system, ideal for small and medium businesses with an easy to use web-based user interface and an application marketplace filled with 100+ essential applications such as file/print, web, mail, media, firewall, anti-virus/anti-spam, content filtering, remote backup and more. ClearOS has been shipping for the past 7 years, has over...

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HPE announces InfoSight on 3PAR: AI for the Data Center

With HPE Discover (Madrid 28-30/11) arriving soon, HPE announced today the industry’s first artificial intelligence (AI) recommendation engine designed to simplify and reduce the guesswork in managing infrastructure and improve application reliability. HPE InfoSight is an industry-leading predictive analytics platform, thanks to the acquisition of Nimble storage earlier this year, that brings software-defined intelligence to the data center with the ability to predict and prevent infrastructure problems before they happen. Leveraging advanced machine learning, the new capabilities for HPE InfoSight pave the path toward an autonomous data center. Every second, HPE InfoSight analyzes millions of sensors across the globally...

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HPE brings back the popular AMD-based DL385 server for optimal virtualization and security

HPE announced today the HPE ProLiant DL385 Gen10 server in partnership with AMD, offering up to 50 percent lower cost per virtual machine (VM) than traditional server solutions. The AMD EPYC processor delivers best-in-class capabilities for those customers who want to virtualize their infrastructure. Server virtualization continues to be an essential tool in improving agility in modern IT environments. In fact, 41 percent of new server shipments will be virtualized in 2020 up from 33 percent in 2015. Additionally, enterprises report savings of almost 20 percent from virtualizing their servers2 and are constantly striving to lower the cost of...

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Why HPE Gen10 hardware and its Silicon Root of Trust is a game changer in the server world

With the release of Gen10 series earlier this year, most of the people were focusing on the new Skylake processors and other performance and scalability enhancements. However, one of the most important new features in Gen10 are the changes on security level. HPE is raising the security bar enormously here… They even state that Gen10 is currently the most secure server in the world. So, is this true? And why? And how does it work? Read further… Security in the Gen10 portfolio is checked and guaranteed on 3 levels: Protect, Detect and Recover. Protect By implementing Silicon based Root...

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