Server virtualization became available for enterprises in 2001, and the many advantages it offers are now tangible and attainable even for SMBs. In fact, an average of 31% of all new servers today are virtualized1. The traditional and most compelling reason for implementing server virtualization is to make more efficient use of computing resources—especially in processor cycles and RAM. In addition, customers can reduce capital expenses by relying on fewer physical servers. HP ProLiant servers give you the virtualization capabilities you’ll need today—and far into the future—to respond quickly to new applications or capacity requirements.
1 Based on Q4 2014 IDC WW Quarterly Server Virtualization Tracker
Minimum hardware requirements:
- Processors: 1 or 2 Intel® Xeon® processors
- Memory: 64GB to 256GB
- Storage: 10-50 GB/VM
- Networking: 4 ports 1Gigabit Ethernet adapter
Meets basic application processing
More storage, flexibility, and processing at affordable price
Most robust and expandable configurations for growth opportunities
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Note: Recommended HP Servers are used for General Guidelines. Please check with the system requirements of the software and size of data.