Get guaranteed virtualization performance with HP 3PAR StoreServ

Increase virtual machine density by 2x on your existing servers when you migrate to HP 3PAR StoreServ—Guaranteed.* If not, HP will make up the difference with free disk capacity and related software and support.

HP Get Virtual Guarantee Brochure (PDF, 320 KB)


Eliminate bottlenecks with the only storage platform with a VM density guarantee

Get your FREE virtualization assessment, including:

  • Identification of virtualization bottlenecks
  • Analysis of CPU and memory resource usage
  • Performance I/O and latency measurement
Watch how HP 3PAR StoreServ can double your VM density – guaranteed.
2:16 minutes

*Subject to customer qualification and compliance with the Get Virtual Guarantee Terms and Conditions, which will be provided to you by your HP Sales or Channel Partner representative.

Our customers globally rely on HP 3PAR StoreServ Storage to double their VM density and eliminate virtualization performance bottlenecks.


“Since moving to HP 3PAR Utility Storage, we’ve doubled our storage utilization.”
—Ken Kirchoff, Storage and UNIX ® Systems Director, case study (PDF, 528 KB)

The Tax Administration of the Republic of Srpska

“Storage Infrastructure is no longer a bottleneck to us extending existing services and bringing new ones like SAP online.”
–Dejan Majkic, CIO, ICT Sector, Tax Administration, Republic of Srpska.
The Tax Administration of the Republic of Srpska case study (PDF, 1,210KB)


“We get 10-fold or more IOPS out of a fully populated HP 3PAR array than we could get out of a fully populated equivalent EMC CLARiiON array.”
– Shahin Pirooz, Chief Security Officer and Chief Technology Officer, CenterBeam, Inc.
CenterBeam case study (PDF, 862KB)

Peking University People’s Hospital

“The number of physical servers has been cut dramatically, significantly improving resource utilization and lowering the cost of server hardware.”
– Liu Fan, Assistant to the Director/Information Technology Director, Peking University People’s Hospital
Peking University case study (PDF, 926 KB)