Top 10 Reasons to Move to HP Blade Servers

Enterprise and midsize businesses are increasingly turning to blade servers as the platform of choice to deliver the next generation of virtualized applications. Blade servers can yield significant cost efficiencies over rack servers - while taking up a smaller footprint, consuming less power and providing significant advantages in terms of manageability, scalability and flexibility. The biggest question for most IT leaders is no longer whether to virtualize, but where to take virtualization next. Why should you consider blades for your next wave of virtualization initiatives? Read here for the 10 top reasons.
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IT Quality Health Assessment

This two minute survey consists of ten questions to assess your software quality environment. When complete you will receive custom recommendations that you can view and print out to help plan your QA strategy; complete with next steps, and thought leadership guidance and papers.
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Reduce costs and improve manageability with an IBM System x NAS solution

IBM® System x® servers, powered by the latest Intel® Xeon® processors, offer the efficiency, simplicity and performance that will fit both your needs and your budget. Read this solution brief to discover how System x servers, preloaded with Microsoft® Windows Storage Server, offer a complete solution that is easy to manage, reduces risk and gives you better insight into your data, so you can focus valuable IT resources on your core business goals instead of time consuming administrative tasks.

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Workload Optimized, Pre-Integrated Server/Storage

In this Advisory, Clabby Analytics takes a closer look at a class of servers known as pre integrated servers. These types of servers are usually assembled by information systems vendors that have deep system/subsystem knowledge, giving them the ability to highly integrate a systems central processing unit (CPU) with underlying subsystems (memory, storage, input/output [I/O]). The end result of this deep integration is an extremely high performance system design upon which a variety of workloads can be mounted.
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HP ProLiant DL380p Gen8

The HP ProLiant DL380p Gen8 Server series sets the standard for next generation 2U 2-socket rack servers. With improvements in serviceability, unmatched performance, enhanced configuration flexibility, and customer-inspired design, the DL380p Gen8 offers the perfect solution for the dynamic compute requirements of today's demanding data centers.
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IT PRO review

Part of HP's Project Voyager, the ProLiant DL360p Gen8 supports Intel's latest E5-2600 Xeon processors, and is targeted at businesses looking for a rack-dense package that can handle high-demand workloads. It also aims to take self-sufficiency to the next level by automatically managing its entire lifecycle.
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