Looking for the optimal combination of breakthrough efficiency, performance and reliability?

In today’s hyper-connected world the explosion of workloads—mobility , social media, security, cloud, multimedia as well as the Internet of Things (IoT) greatly impact the way we approach and get business done. An overwhelming and ever increasing volume of information means that businesses must adapt and scale up to address the needs driven by business applications geared to enhance performance and drive better business decisions.  Business transaction processing and complex data analytics are the core of an organization’s ability to drive profitability, increase agility, and reduce risks.  Delivering significant business value in the confines of today’s IT world requires an infrastructure that can effectively meet the demands of these large-scale and complex database workloads with scale-up platforms. While the more traditional platforms deliver the right combination of performance and reliability, they often come with a significantly higher cost of ownership, lower efficiencies and, more complexity due to their unique, proprietary nature.

 

The latest x86 architecture based systems now promise substantially increased performance at compelling efficiency levels with industry standard technologies. However, their reliability still remains to be proven and their performance needs to be validated.   In the best of all worlds these platform must be capable of the optimal combination of breakthrough performance, high efficiency and extreme reliability.  Unfortunately many businesses are not yet fully prepared to meet these compute infrastructure needs in an optimal manner. 

 

Read Vineeth's bog on what is driving the x86 server market for:

    • Need for Performance
    • Need for Efficiency
    • Need for Reliability

 

 For more information check out HP’s Scale-up portfolio here.

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