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ProLiant

HP ProLiant DL380 G5

HP ProLiant is a brand of server computers that was originally developed and marketed by Compaq. After Compaq merged with Hewlett-Packard (HP), HP retired its former 'Netserver' brand in favor of the ProLiant brand.[1] HP ProLiant systems lead the x86 server market in terms of units and revenue.[2]

Contents

  • Product lines 1
    • Modular Line (ML) 1.1
    • Density Line (DL) 1.2
      • Available models through product generations 1.2.1
    • Scalabe Line (SL) 1.3
    • Blade Line (BL) 1.4
  • Details 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Product lines

Modular Line (ML)

ML server models are tower-based. They aim towards maximum expandability.

Density Line (DL)

DL server models are rack-based. They aim towards a balance between density and computing power.

Available models through product generations

Model Product generation
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
DL60 x
DL80 x
DL100 x x
DL120 x x x x
DL140 x x x
DL145 x x x
DL160 x x x x
DL165 x x x
DL180 x x x x
DL185 x
DL320 x x x x x x x
DL360 x x x x x x x x x
DL365 x
DL370 x
DL380 x x x x x x x x x
DL385 x x x x x x
DL560 x x x
DL580 x x x x x x x x
DL585 x x x x x
DL740 x
DL760 x x
DL785 x x
DL900 x
DL980 x
DL1000 x
DL2000 x

Scalabe Line (SL)

SL server models are rack-based. These models are mostly used in data centers and environments, where a maximum of computing power is desired.

Blade Line (BL)

BL server models are rack-based. They are made specially for use in a blade enclosure and cannot be used without such. Blade systems aim towards maximum density and managability at limited rack space.

Details

ProLiant servers are separated into four main product lines - ML, DL, BL, and SL - which generally denote form factor. The ProLiant ML line comprises tower-based servers (convertible to rack mount) with capacity for internal expansion of disks and interconnects, while the DL line comprises general purpose rack mount servers. The BL line comprises blade servers which fit within the HP BladeSystem, and the SL line comprises dense rack mount servers for scale out environments. The MicroServer product line addresses small and home businesses.

ProLiant servers are also split into several series which denote processor configuration. The 100, 200, 300 and 400 series comprise single and dual socket capable systems, the 500 and 600 series comprise quad socket capable systems, and the 700 and 900 series comprises eight socket capable systems. The 900 series also includes eight sockets, supporting up to 80 CPU cores and up to 4 TB of RAM.

Models with a '0' in the last digit use Intel processors while models with a '5' in the last digit use AMD processors.[3]

In February 2012, HP announced the ProLiant generation 8.[4] In July 2013, HP announced a new blade server-based ProLiant, the HP Moonshot Server.

Starting August 8, 2014, HP producing Gen9 series of servers based on Intel Haswell chipset and DDR4 memory. First are HP ProLiant ML350 Gen9 Server and HP ProLiant BL460c Gen9 Server Blade

The ProLiant forms part of the HP Converged Systems, which use a common Converged Infrastructure architecture for server, storage, and networking products.[5] Designed to support 50 to 300 Virtual machines, the HP ConvergedSystem 300 is configured with ProLiant servers.[6] A System administrator can manage ProLiant servers using HP OneView for converged infrastructure management.[7]

See also

References

  1. ^
  2. ^ Vassou, Andrea. "IDC Report Finds Worldwide Server Market Revenues Increase" "Tech Eye" May 27, 2010, retrieved May 27, 2010
  3. ^
  4. ^
  5. ^ Rouse, Margaret. (2013-12). “Definition: Converged Infrastructure,” TechTarget.com. [1]
  6. ^ Morgan, Timothy Prickett. (April 29, 2013). “HP mashes up ProLiant, Integrity, BladeSystem, and Moonshot server business,” The Register.com. [2]
  7. ^ Tiano, Luigi. (September 28, 2013). “HP OneView Managing the Converged Infrastructure Data Center,” 1CloudRoad. [3]

External links

  • HP.com - ProLiant servers - Industry standard servers
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