Blade Servers: Cost Effective, Change-Ready Solution
Blade servers significantly ease the management burden, via unified system management controls for groups of servers, storage and networking. According to IDC, companies that moved to HP BladeSystem spent 50 percent less money on hardware, and found that it reduced set-up and configuration time by 46 percent. Intel and the Intel logo are trademarks
“Slicing Data Center Inefficiencies” Paper And The Dallas Cowboys Success Story
In this tech dossier, Slicing through Data Center Inefficiencies, you’ll learn about the advantages of HP BladeSystem with Intel technology, and the technologies behind this market leading solution. You will find valuable information on how to build your way to a converged infrastructure, while freeing up resources so your business can operate more cost effectively
IDC Business Value Of Blades
The IDC Business Value of Blade white paper examines how midsize companies spanning the education, healthcare, media, retail, research, and telecommunications (service provider) industries were able to reduce their annual IT infrastructure cost per user by almost 25 percent by migrating to a blade platform. IDC estimates that over a three-year period, the companies in
S4 Matrix: Managing At A Higher Level (Illuminata)
For years, it’s been clear that to make systems fundamentally more manageable, you have to build manageability in from the get-go. It’s also been clear that no amount of hardware sensing or firmware updating is enough. We must move to a higher level of management—one focused on business applications and delivered service levels.
S5 Matrix: Building The Enterprise Cloud (Illuminata)
This Illuminata Spotlight paper, authored by Jonathan Eunice, Founder and Principal IT Advisor at Illuminata, discusses HP BladeSystem Matrix, a ready-to-run IT infrastructure, and its use as an out-of-the-box platform for private clouds suited to enterprise IT.
Blade Servers: Easier Management, Better Power Usage And Quicker ROI
Blade servers offer a number of advantages over traditional tower and rack-mount servers. The blade server’s modular, future-proof design provides scalability and allows you to build and grow your infrastructure over time. It optimizes the use of physical space and requires 40 percent less power consumption vs. traditional infrastructure. Intel and the Intel logo
Sportsbet.com.au Improves Its Odds In Online Betting Race Case Study
Australian online bookmaker centralizes storage, manages growth, and wins fast ROI with HP X9000 Network Storage System powered by Intel® Xeon® processors. Discover how to establish a reliable, easy-to-manage centralized storage solution that can scale to accommodate explosive business growth. Develop a new storage strategy and gain control over
Korean Educational Broadcasting System (EBS) Uses HP StorageWorks X9000 To Serve 30,000 Simultaneous Users Case Study
Korean Educational Broadcasting System (EBS) needed a new storage solution to cope with a significant increase in downloads of its online tests. They implemented the HP X9000 Network Storage system, powered by Intel® Xeon® processors, G/W model. “When this solution was first introduced, no one imagined there would be such a significant increase in the
The Power Of HP Converged Infrastructure For Genomic Research
Exploding data storage demands threatened to hinder the progress of biomedical research at PCPGM’s academic medical centers of Massachusetts General Hospital, Brigham and Women’s Hospital. To overcome these challenges, PCPGM’s Enterprise Research Infrastructure and Services (ERIS) worked with HP to conduct a series of throughput and scaling tests of the HP X9000 Network Storage System,
ESG Report: Realizing The Value Of The Virtual Scale-Out NAS: An Analysis Of The HP StorageWorks X9000 Network Storage System
This report documents the results of ESG Lab hands-on testing of the performance scalability of the HP X9000 Network Storage Systems powered by Intel® Xeon® processors. The HP X9000 Network Storage Systems are scale-out NAS solutions configured in failover clusters (“couplets”) using industry-standard HP servers and storage with the IBRIX Fusion segmented file system pre-configured.