New HP ProLiant Generation 8 four socket servers

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERATwo new HP ProLiant Generation 8 four socket servers have been revealed by HP recently. The serves namely the HP ProLiant DL560 and BL660c are designed to help customers to move to the cloud network.

Though many clients have virtualized the basic infrastructure and smaller workloads, power limitations, performance bottlenecks, and inadequate memory capacity are still the issues with traditional servers. The new servers will significantly reduce the time taken by maintenance tasks through continuous monitoring of the system and high levels of automation. The new multi-processor servers will allow clients to extend end-to-end virtualization provides a foundation for building private and hybrid clouds.
The HP ProLiant BL660c Gen8 server provides four-socket density in just half the size of previous Gen-server and reduces total cost of ownership by 30%, to decrease the server footprint in data center. The HP ProLiant DL560 Gen8 server offers a space-minimizing four-socket server in 2U form factor without cutting down on performance, requirement expansion, or scalability.
Both the servers, the HP ProLiant BL660c and DL560 Gen8 are designed to drive better performance for virtualized environments. These servers allow clients to access their data faster, add more virtual machines per server, and optimize system for high-performing workloads. Thus, the information-intensive organisations can benefit from the features of HP’s new servers. A much easier way for them to access the cloud network.

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