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  • Converged infrastructure is the optimal architecture of virtual pools of servers, storage, and networking to run your applications.virtualized pools servers, storage, networking and I/O which provides you the ability to match performance, throughput and capacity for you application resiliency built into the hardware, software and operating environment.orchestrated so you can organize you workloads according optimized by design on industry standardsmodular to provide size, scale and performance as needed.rapidly deploys new resources, increases availability and provides IT Converged infrastructure works both in your installed base and for new green field opportunities. an architecture can be built by you onsite, built by HP onsite,Converged infrastructure improves application quality, performance, security and availability.31% Reduction in outages due to production defects (Quality Center) 10% Reduction in time to market for application and business processes (Quality Center) 28% Reduction in number and duration of performance degradations (Performance Center) 41 % Reduction in time for problem management due to application defects (Quality Center)
  • See- Backup Slide for Intel Performance projections for E5-2600 SeriesNotes supporting Customer Benefits (number footnoted above in slide)Based on Intel Published NDA benchmarks for Sandy Bridge X5690 vs E5-2690 processors(Intel Note: Software and workloads used in performance tests may have been optimized for performance only on Intel microprocessors. Performance tests, such as SYSmark and MobileMark, are measured using specific computer systems, components, software, operations and functions. Any change to any of those factors may cause the results to vary. You should consult other information and performance tests to assist you in fully evaluating your contemplated purchases, including the performance of that product when combined with other products.) Supported with 32G DDR3 LR-DIMM kits x 24 DIMM = 768G Max Memory for DL380p Gen8, (on G7 - 32G DIMM max was 12 DIMMs = 384GB Memory)Additional internal storage capacities over G7 (total LFF Storage Capacity= 24TB SAS, 24TB SATA, 3.2TB SSD)Supporting SSD/SAS/SATA in SFF/LFFMore I/O bandwidth to the processor resulting in lower latency (Gen8 = 40 lanes/processor, G7 = 24 lanes/processor)HP Gen8 Smart Arrays bring significant enhancement, starting with a 2X increase in performance (final results awaited)“5x faster to diagnose root cause”: Current gen = ~420 pieces of unique data available via RPS reporting. On average takes 24 minutes on the phone with a support tech to get the RPS report run. With Gen8 = ~1086 pieces of unique data and with Active Health System, only takes 4 minutes. We can run/report more than twice the data in a 1/5th of the time. (source: Scott Harsany)
  • See- Backup Slide for Intel Performance projections for E5-2600 SeriesNotes supporting Customer Benefits (number footnoted above in slide)Based on Intel Published NDA benchmarks for Sandy Bridge X5690 vs E5-2690 processors(Intel Note: Software and workloads used in performance tests may have been optimized for performance only on Intel microprocessors. Performance tests, such as SYSmark and MobileMark, are measured using specific computer systems, components, software, operations and functions. Any change to any of those factors may cause the results to vary. You should consult other information and performance tests to assist you in fully evaluating your contemplated purchases, including the performance of that product when combined with other products.) Supported with 32G DDR3 LR-DIMM kits x 24 DIMM = 768G Max Memory for DL380p Gen8, (on G7 - 32G DIMM max was 12 DIMMs = 384GB Memory)Additional internal storage capacities over G7 (total LFF Storage Capacity= 24TB SAS, 24TB SATA, 3.2TB SSD)Supporting SSD/SAS/SATA in SFF/LFFMore I/O bandwidth to the processor resulting in lower latency (Gen8 = 40 lanes/processor, G7 = 24 lanes/processor)HP Gen8 Smart Arrays bring significant enhancement, starting with a 2X increase in performance (final results awaited)“5x faster to diagnose root cause”: Current gen = ~420 pieces of unique data available via RPS reporting. On average takes 24 minutes on the phone with a support tech to get the RPS report run. With Gen8 = ~1086 pieces of unique data and with Active Health System, only takes 4 minutes. We can run/report more than twice the data in a 1/5th of the time. (source: Scott Harsany)
  • Big architecture change from HP iLO 2 to HP iLO 3;We brought to our customers:800% Performance Increase in Remote Console360% Performance Increase in Virtual MedialDedicated (1 Gbps - gigabit) or Shared Network Port
  • Now, let’s take a look at each individual functional area of HP iLO Management Engine starting with what's new with HP iLO:With HP iLO 4: customers will have a homogeneous server management experience across their datacenter with HP ProLiant Gen 8 serversWith HP iLO 4, customer will be able to turn-on, manage, and turn-off their servers “anytime;, anywhere” from their Smartphone device, (currently supporting iOS and Android operating systems)In addition to Japanese, we now provide our customer to chose simplified Chinese as their language of choice in the HP iLO GUI
  • Script:Let’s move to MONITORING.With HP iLO Management Engine in every HP ProLiant Gen8 server, the base hardware monitoring and alerting capability is built into the system (running on the HP iLO processor and is not dependent on the OS) and starts working the moment that a power cord and an Ethernet cable is connected to the server. It doesn’t impact system performance and supports a complete separation of system management and data processing, not just on the LAN connections, but also within the system itself. For those customers that want to enrich the hardware management with OS information and alerting, we DO provide an optional “Agentless Management Service” which is a small helper application that IS loaded into the operating system and routes the OS management information and alerting to the iLO Management Engine so that this information is also further processed by iLO and routed over the management network.Many of our customers have been asking for it for a long time, and today is the day that HP makes it happen. Value Prop: Increased security and stability, even when systems have not yet been poweredDetailed information that speeds time to issue diagnosis and resolution
  • Script:Finally let’s look at SUPPORT:The new HP Insight Remote Support functions builds on the Insight Remote Support application that can run either on a stand-alone central system, or as a plug-in to HP Systems Insight Manager. Key parts of that technology now are part of iLO Management Engine and are ready to start working for you, after a few keystrokes on a single activation screen.FYI – The HP Insight Remote Support Software 7.0 - is remote support software that automatically provides secure remote support for your HP ProLiant Gen8 Servers, 24 X 7…so you can spend less time solving problems and more time focused on your business. You can have your systems remotely monitored for hardware failures, using secure technology that has been proven at thousands of companies around the world. In many cases, you can avoid problems before they occur. The software allows you to view support / service status on your local HP System Insight Manager (HP SIM) screen, or on HP Insight Online, a web based customized capability with the HP Support Center.HP Insight Remote Support 7.0 software product is the ideal solution from small to mid-size environments with little or no IT staff, to IT environments with upto 500 end point devices. It is easier to install via an installation advisor, works automatically with the integrated HP System Insight Manager (HP SIM) console on a physical or virtual host server. It is included with your HP warranty, HP Care Pack Service, or HP contractual support agreement. HP Insight RS v7 helps you do more with less.
  • The HP Intelligent Power Discovery solution includes:The Intelligent Power Distribution Unit (PDU) core. The Intelligent PDU core has six monitored 16-amp C19 outlets. Each outlet represents one load segment. Intelligent PDU models are available in several capacities ranging from 24 amps to 48 amps. Models include North America and Japan single phase and three phase delta, and international three phase wye configurations. The core can be mounted in the 1U rack space with breakers or outlets facing out. Up to 2 cores per U can be mounted in the front and back of the rack. It can be mounted in the 0U space leaving all the rack space available for IT equipment. The Intelligent Extension Bar. The Intelligent Extension Bar has five monitored 10-amp C13 outlets. A UID indicator is located on each outlet and on the Extension Bar to easily trace device power connections. The Status Display Module. A Status Display Module mounts on the door of the rack and connects to each Intelligent PDU using a standard DB9 male to female straight through cable. The status display shows the current load for each PDU core load segment as well as the current for each outlet of an Intelligent Extension Bar. The UID indicators on the Intelligent Extension bars light when each load segment and outlet is viewed. It has a DB9 connector for serial setup and configuration. The display module shows the current for the load segments and the current for each Intelligent Extension Bar C13 outlet. Pressing the Load Segment button on the display module changes the load segment number, shows its current value and lights the Intelligent Extension Bar's UID indicator. The Intelligent Extension bar outlets current values are shown in the Outlet position on the status display module. Pressing the Outlet button on the display module changes the outlet number, shows its current value and lights its UID indicator. The status display is modular so that it can be mounted on the door of the rack for easy viewing. It shows current load for each core load segment and each Intelligent Extension Bar outlet. There is an alarm LED on the face of the display and on the back of the display so that it can be seen even when the rack doors are closed. An operator can see a problem in a row of racks without opening the doors. If there is an alarm the operator can open the door and quickly find which outlet or core load segment has caused the alarm. The Standard Extension Bar. The Standard Extension Bar has five 10-amp unmonitored C13 outlets and a load segment UID indicator. The HP Intelligent PDU has best in class power monitoring. It collects data at twice per second speed and is within 1% accuracy 1 amp and above, within 3% 400mA to 1A, within 5%, 100mA to 400mA and within 10% accuracy below 100mA. It can measure accurately within 1 Watt from 1 Watt and above.
  • The blue connectors signify the data communication capability of the equipment for intelligent power discovery. All core and Extension Bar connectors are fully compatible with standard IEC C13, C14, C19, and C20 connectors for power delivery.
  • Unlike bulky monolithic power strips the core and Extension Bar design maintains clearance outside the RETMA rails to access hot swap components such as power supplies. Purchase and install only the number of Extension Bars needed for the number of C13 outlets required in a rack instead of buying unused outlets.
  • Power jumper cords with embedded RS-232 power line communications. The jumper cordswithblue Power Line Communication connectors are fully compatible with standard IEC C13 & C14 connectors. HP PLC-compliant Common Slot Power Supplies. HP common-slot 94% efficient power supplies are rated at 460W, 750W, and 1200W. These power supplies have a blue Power Line Communication connector that is fully compatible with standard IEC C13 connectors for power delivery. The power supply labels are marked with the letters PLC.
  • Select the Control option in the Menu to view the redundancy status of each device. The Control screen displays the device names and the outlets on each Feed A and Feed B load segment to which the devices are connected. The Redundancy Status column displays proper redundant connections with a green icon and improper or non-redundant connections with a red icon. Non-redundant connections include a single connection to one PDU or two connections to the same PDU. The Power Control column buttons display and control the power status—on or off—of individual or multiple redundantly controlled outlets. The Power Cycle Control column includes a button that allows power to be turned off and then on after 30 seconds simultaneously for all the outlets of each device. Cycling redundant outlets simultaneously prevents boot errors and power supply errors when the device is re-booted. The button works similarly for manually entered devices, such as a third-party device, for which the power connections are properly configured. The UID Control column contains a button that allows a UID LED to be turned on for an individual Extension Bar, for an individual outlet, or multiple redundant outlets.
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  • Now that we’ve done a quick overview what you’ll first see in the BL460 Gen8, let’s jump into what’s new for this generation blade. The majority of the updates can be broken down into five main areas: Processors, Memory, Networking, Storage, and ManagementFor the Processors, the BL460 Gen8 will offer the Intel Xeon E5-2600 family of processors. These processors will have up to 8 cores. New to this generation of the BL460 is the ability to support processors up to 130 watts. This is a significant improvement over the 460 G7. One other processor update is that it will support the HP Smart Socket Guide technology.For memory, the Gen8 version of the 460 will now support 16 dimm slots instead of the 12 slots in the G7 version. In addition to more dimm slots, we now support dims at up to 1600 MHz. Another memory enhancement is support of the new HP SmartMemory technology. This HP SmartMemory delivers improved manageability and authentication capabilities. The third area of updates is in the storage area. For the 460 Gen8, the HP Smart Array P220i will come standard in all models. It will have 512MB of flash back write cache. The 460 Gen8 will still support two Small Form Factor hot-plug hard drives, and those drives will have an improved drive carrier and the new LEDs that I mentioned earlier. These new drives will be consistent across all Gen8 servers.The fourth area is I/O. A customer will have a choice of FlexLOMs for their two embedded I/O ports. We’ve listened to our customers who’ve requested more choices and flexibility in this area. Whether they choose to deploy an Ethernet solution, a Flex 10 offering, or a Flex Fabric solution.. they’ll be able to choose when they configure their blade server. As far as pre-configured BTO skus, we will be sticking with an Emulex Flex Fabric solution. Another I/O improvement is that the 460 Gen8 now has two x16 PCI Gen3 mezzanine slots.From a management perspective, HP’s taken a step up with the new HP iLO 4 management engine and HP Service Pack for ProLiant. As part of the new iLO4, you’ll get Intelligent Provisioning, Agent-less management, and the HP Active Health System. There is one key item to call out on the management side. For the best possible HP BladeSystem and Virtual Connect Experience, we’ll be requiring that the customer update the Onboard Administrator to version 3.50 or later and Virtual Connect to version 3.51 or later before inserting the ProLiant BL460c Gen8 server blade.Next slide please
  • The next area is the FlexLOM. In the BL460 G7, an integrated Dual Port FlexFabric 10Gb Adapter came standard on every unit. We heard the feedback that customers want to be able to choose what networking solution makes the most sense for them. We now provide that choice. On any of the customized BL460 Gen8 blades, you will now be able to select what network technology, speed, and OEM partner you prefer. This will make your blade deployments more ‘change ready’. And, you’ll be able to update the technology as networking demands dictate.For any pre-configured BTO unit, we’ll be staying with an Emulex flex fabric solution.Next slide please
  • HP introduced a new Virtual Connect interconnect module and CNAs to enable VC FlexFabric. On ProLiant server blades. The new interconnect is the HP Virtual Connect FlexFabric 10Gb/24-port Module. Remember, the CNA or converged network adapter, is replacing both the Ethernet NIC and Fibre Channel HBA. It combines Ethernet frames with encapsulated Fibre Channel storage frames into one Ethernet stream of traffic. So, NICs or HBAs will not be required anymore – just fewer CNAs.HP CNAs will be available in two forms, an embedded CNA and a mezzanine card. As mentioned previously, HP expects to once again lead the industry in providing integrated network adapters, in this case CNAs, just like we did when we introduced G6 server blades with embedded dual port 10Gb Flex-10 NICs. With the next generation HP server blades and embedded FlexFabric CNA’s, you can literally buy less and connect more. And when used with Virtual Connect, you will simply insert the blade and the connection profile for that bay will do all of the work to connect the blade using FCoE or iSCSI.In addition, HP will introduce a mezzanine CNA card, the HP NC551m Dual Port FlexFabric 10Gb Converged Network Adapter, for use on currently shipping ProLiant BL G6 server blades. The FlexFabric CNA can also be used to add more FlexFabric connections on future generation blades with embedded CNAs. Both the embedded and mezzanine CNAs will provide dual 10Gb ports with up to 4 Ethernet, FCoE and iSCSI connections.The HP Virtual Connect FlexFabric Module and embedded FlexFabric CNAs extend HP’s leadership in driving complexity and cost out of your data center infrastructure. It is a logical extension of the industry leading HP Flex-10 technology that customers are now quickly adopting in production networks to consolidate their Ethernet interconnect infrastructure. With the embedded FlexFabric CNA on next generation server blades and the VC FlexFabric Module, HP will once again show it’s dedication to no-compromise solutions….in this case, it’s convergence without compromise. NOTE: the embedded CNA and CNA mezzanine cards will be based on Emulex technology. HP expects to introduce Qlogic mezzanine cards in 2010 but customers should be advised that the initial CNA’s will be based on Emulex.NOTE: CNA mezzanine cards will not be supported on ProLiant G1 or G5 server blades with the exception of the ProLiant BL 680 c G5 server blade.
  • KEY POINT: Introduce the HP Moonshot platform, the world’s first software defined serverWhat you are looking at here is a huge leap forward in server design. If you look at how servers have been designed for the last eighteen years they've been designed in what we call a general purpose manner - we take the next release of server CPU on about an eighteen month cadence put it in our general purpose servers and we run general purpose applications that are shrink wrapped - that’s the way the industry has been operating for the last eighteen years. The HP Moonshot platform supports a range of solution cartridges that are tailored and optimized for specific workloads and since these workloads scale out, this gives us the ability to provide significant power, space and costs savings.The HP Moonshot 1500 Chassis which supports shared components, including power, cooling, management, and fabric for 45 individually serviceable hot-plug Solution Cartridges.Typical server design takes eighteen months from beginning to end. We knew we had to reduce that for our customers to be successful in this market which led to the invention of software defined solution cartridges. Application specific cartridges can be designed at the rate of new technology to address the rate of the explosion of new types of specialized applications. And we don’t achieve that alone - using the HP Pathfinder Innovation Network we bring together leading technology partners delivering what they do best on the Moonshot platform. For you, this means having access to the latest technology and solutions at a groundbreaking time-to-market cadence measured in months rather than years.
  • Infrastructure et serveurs HP

    1. 1. © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.Infrastructure et serveursHPwww.hp.com/go/bladesystem
    2. 2. 2 Footer Goes HereAgenda• Intelligent Provisionning• HP SUM• Active Health• DL380 Gen8 / DL360 Gen8• Gen8 Smart Storage• Gen8 ROM• ILO 4• Insight Control• Intelligent Power Discovery• Location Discovery
    3. 3. © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.3RéseauServeursLogicielsd’administrationStockageEnergie etrefroidissementInfrastructureconvergenteLa nouvelle génération de datacenters serabasée sur une infrastructure convergente
    4. 4. © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.4InfrastructureconvergenteUne infrastructure convergente doit être…• Virtualisée• Disponible• Orchestrée• Optimisée• Modulaire
    5. 5. 5 Footer Goes HereIntelligent Provisioning 1.0Intelligent Provisioning - Embedded Functionality
    6. 6. 6 Footer Goes Here6– Will have the same configurationutilities usually available withSmartStart• ACU/ADU, Diagnostics, ERASE, iLOConfiguration– New Utilities include:• AHS download• Firmware Update• Quick ConfigsMaintenance Page
    7. 7. 7 Footer Goes Here7Service Pack for ProLiant overview• FW DVD + PSP + HP SUM = SPP• Full and subset SPP ISOs− HP Service Pack for ProLiant− HP Service Pack for ProLiant - BladeSystem Red Hat Enterprise Linux Pack− HP Service Pack for ProLiant - BladeSystem SUSE Linux Enterprise Server Pack− HP Service Pack for ProLiant - BladeSystem Microsoft Windows Server Pack− HP Service Pack for ProLiant - ProLiant ML/DL/SL Red Hat Enterprise Linux Pack− HP Service Pack for ProLiant - ProLiant ML/DL/SL SUSE Linux Enterprise Server Pack− HP Service Pack for ProLiant - ProLiant ML/DL/SL Microsoft Windows Server Pack• Supports ALL ProLiant servers*• Predictable cadence – Aligns with HP ProLiant Server releases• More operational stability− Firmware and Software components are tested together as a solution stack• No forced updates− SPP support is now 1 year from when it is released− Customers can update with hot fixes as needed• Minimizes unplanned downtime – customer can determine when to perform updates andreboot* See Server Support Guide for supported serversDriversFirmwareTestingprocess
    8. 8. 8 Footer Goes HereHP SUM 5.0.0 new featuresFeature FeatureImproved GUI Superdome 2 firmware updatesMultiple Repositories OS auditing integrationReports generated on demand Update of Linux servers from Windows workstationsFinding associated targets Enclosure level dependency managementDependency checking between targets Ability to self-updateScheduling of updates and reboots Reduction in ports needed to perform updatesAbility to reanalyze a target without leaving HPSUM Support for 6Gb SAS BL switchesOnline VMware ESXi 5.0 firmware support Support for legacy PSP and Firmware DVDsOnline Fibre Channel HBA firmware support Support for SPPsCloudSystem Matrix recipe lockdown Global force and reboot optionsIntegration of Integrity BL8x0c i2 and RX2880 servers Better testing and quality standards
    9. 9. 9 Footer Goes HereISS Platform FirmwareHP ConfidentialActive Health System Detail
    10. 10. 10 Footer Goes Here10 © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice. Confidential.Key features and benefitsProLiant DL380p Gen8Key feature Customer benefitIntel®Xeon E5-2600 series with dual QPI Up to 80% more performance (1)4 Channels Per DIMM and 24 MemoryDIMM slots2x more memory capacity than G7 (768G) (2) Max MemoryUp to 16 SFF or 8 LFF hard drives 33% more internal storage capacity (3)Flexible Network options (Flex-LOM) Flexibility of choice with 4x1G or 2x10G Ethernet; or 2x10G Flex FabricUp to 6 PCIe Gen3 slots 200% the I/O capacities with PCIe- Gen3 (4)HP Smart Storage Solution Up to 200% more performance with HP Smart Drives, Smart Array (5)iLO Management Engine 4thgeneration of iLO manageabilityActive Health Always on Diagnostics, 5x faster diagnose root cause (6)
    11. 11. 11 Footer Goes Here11 © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice. Confidential.With increased configuration flexibility and fasterserviceabilityProLiant DL380p Gen811Easy access independentPCI riser cages, offers fasterserviceabilityChoice for additional secondPCI card riser for up to 6 slots(add’l 3 slots x16,x8,x8 or x16, x16)FlexLom allows flexibility of choice(5 options available), in bothEthernet 1G/10G NICsolutions, as well as 10GFlexFabricRemovable fan cage, with separatehot plug fan removal for fasterremoval, when accessing the HDback planeFlat cabling solution foreasier removal of airbaffle, and access tomemory DIMMs
    12. 12. 12 Footer Goes Here12 © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice. Confidential.HP Smart Socket guide• Provides ease and simplicity ofprocessor installation or upgrade• Quick, precise intelligent processorinstallation• Lowers risk of downtime due toimproper installation or replacement• Yet another HP Quality differentiator
    13. 13. 13 Footer Goes Here13 © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice. Confidential.HP ProLiant DL380p Gen8138SFF Model8LFF Model8SFF Model w/optional 8SFFAvailable Configurations•There are 2 different orderable CTO Chassis(SFF & LFF versions)•The Customer has upgradeability to 16 SFFHD bays from 8 SFF HD bay model, with 2ndDrive Cage option kit•16 SFF Version requires a 2nd Controller viaPCI slot•8 LFF model, has +2 HD bays from DL380 G7offering increased internal storage capacities.•No sacrifice of optical drive bay on Gen8LFF, unlike G7Important facts to remember:
    14. 14. 14 Footer Goes Here© Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice. Confidential.HP ProLiantDL360p Gen8
    15. 15. 15 Footer Goes Here15 © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice. Confidential.HP ProLiant DL360p Gen8– The DL360p Gen8 comes with industry leadingperformance, efficiency, capacity and reliability in a 1Uspace.– Enterprise class design for performance workloads withversatile and future requirements.– Ideal for performance driven compute and storage in adense rack package.Performance driven compute and storage density
    16. 16. 16 Footer Goes Here16 © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice. Confidential.Key features and benefitsProLiant DL360p Gen8Key feature Customer benefitIntel® Xeon E5-2600 series with dual QPI Up to 80% more performance (1)4 Channels Per DIMM and 24 Memory DIMM slots 200% more memory capacity than G7 (768G) (2) Max MemoryUp to 8 SFF or 4 LFF hard drives 33% more internal storage capacity (3)Flexible Network options (Flex-LOM)Flexibility of choice with 4x1G or 2x10G Ethernet; or 2x10GFlexFabric2 PCIe 3.0 slots Higher I/O capacities with PCIe 3.0 (4)HP Smart Storage SolutionUp to 200% more performance with HP Smart Drives andSmart Array (5)iLO Management Engine 4th generation of iLO manageabilityActive Health Always on Diagnostics, 5x faster diagnose root cause (6)
    17. 17. 17 Footer Goes Here17 © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice. Confidential.Whats Under the Hood?– DL360p Gen8HP Confidential 17Removable Riser Cage assembly for 2 x PCI-e3.0 SlotsFlexLOMsRedundant Hot Plug Common Slot PowerSuppliesUp to two Intel® E5-2600 Series processorswith HP Smart Socket Guide24 DIMM slots: DDR3 Registered(RDIMM), LRDIMM or Unbuffered (UDIMM)memoryRemovable hot-plug fan modulesfor easy serviceability
    18. 18. 18 Footer Goes HereGen8 Smart Storage
    19. 19. 19 Footer Goes HereImproved Resiliency to manage Capacity growthIncreased Automationand Integration
    20. 20. 20 Footer Goes Here20HP SmartDriveActivityRing(Spinner)Online FaultLocateBacklightDo NotRemove– Self-Describing Icons– Intuitive Animation– Increased Drive InformationLocate FaultOnline Activity
    21. 21. 21 Footer Goes HereSmartSSD Wear Gauge in ACU Informational Alerts• 5% life remaining• 2% life remaining• 56 days life remainingSmart Trip Alert• 0% life remaining
    22. 22. 22 Footer Goes HerePredictive Spare ActivationAutomatically copy data to the spare diskRAID5 Logical DriveDrive 1 Drive2 Drive 4 SpareDrive 3PredictiveFailure
    23. 23. 23 Footer Goes HereAdvanced Data Mirroring (SAAP 2.0)RAID 10 (ADM)DATA 1 DATA 2 DATA 1 DATA 2 DATA 1 DATA 2DATA 1 DATA 2RAID 1 (ADM)DATA 1 DATA 1 DATA 1DATA 1• Highest fault tolerance available• Mirrors data to 3 drives• Array must contain multiples of 3 drives
    24. 24. 24 Footer Goes HereMove Logical drives (SAAP 2.0)Copy logical drives to unassigned disks– Move logical drives from (examples):– SATA to SAS disks– 7K RPM to 15K RPM disks– An old JBOD to a new JBOD– 3G SAS to 6G SAS drivesRAID5 Logical DriveDrive 1 Drive2 UnassignedUnassignedUnassignedDrive3
    25. 25. 25 Footer Goes HereOnline Splitting of RAID 1+0 Mirror (SAAP 2.0)Logical Drive: 0 (RAID 0)Drive 1 Drive2Splits a RAID 1+0 mirror into 2 RAID 0 (examples):– Installing new software– Cloning drives for new server deployments2nd RAID 0 remains offline as a backup copy…Later recombine 2 RAID 0 into a RAID 1+0Offline Logical Drive: (RAID0)Drive4Drive3Logical Drive: 0 (Online RAID 1+0)Drive 1 Drive2 Drive4Drive3
    26. 26. 26 Footer Goes Here26Do Not Remove IndicatorGoal: Reduce logical drive failures due to user errorOn = Ejecting the drive results in a logical drivefailureOff = Icon is hidden from view
    27. 27. 27 Footer Goes HereSmart Array generation compareShipping Smart Array Gen8 Smart ArrayPerformance – 60,000 IOPS Performance improvement– 200,000 IOPS*Cache size support up to 1GB FBWC Cache size support up to 2GB FBWCPCIe 2.0 (5 GT/s) PCIe 3.0 (8 GT/s)Up to108 drives Up to 227 drivesFailed drive spare activationPredictive Spare Activation/Failed drive spareactivationACU – Cache R/W ratio 25% increment ACU – Cache R/W ratio 5% granular incrementFast Parity InitializationSSD Wear Gauge SSD Wear Gauge> 3TB Support (512n mode) > 3TB Support (512n mode)Stripe size up to 1MB
    28. 28. © Copyright 2011 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P.The information contained herein is subject to change without notice. HPGen8 ROMRev. 11.41
    29. 29. 29 Footer Goes HereEarly Video Progress IndicatorsIn previous generations,initial video could takemore than a minute todisplay, depending on theDIMM configurationVideo is now displayed within a second ofpressing the power button providingPerception ofmuch fasterboot timesBetterindication ofwhere we are inthe bootprocess if asystem hangsSupport forEarly FaultDetectionMessaging
    30. 30. 30 Footer Goes HereExample display of Gen8 ProLiant SystemROM Early Video Progress Indicators–Indicates BootProgress – wouldhave been ―blackscreen‖ in previousgenerationsStatus Codeuseful forservice events
    31. 31. 31 Footer Goes HereMismatched DIMMs installedExampleMismatched DIMMsinstalled error
    32. 32. 32 Footer Goes HereDigital signatureGen8 System ROM is digitally signedusing HP’s Corporate SigningServiceThis signature• Is verified before the flash processoccurs• Prevents malicious efforts to corruptSystem ROM
    33. 33. 33 Footer Goes HereHP ROM Configuration Utility (HPCRU)HP ROM Configuration Utility (HPCRU) option available formass deployment of configuration settings with Insight Control• Although CONREP is still supported, HPRCU provides improvedsupport for mass deploying configuration settings because it isabstracted from new or modified options supported by the System ROM• The biggest challenge with CONREP is the requirement to keep theCONREP.XML file in synch with the System ROM whenever a newrevision of the System ROM modifies or supports new configurationoptions
    34. 34. © Copyright 2011 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P.The information contained herein is subject to change without notice. HPHP iLO Management Engine
    35. 35. 35 Footer Goes HereGenerational comparisoniLO 2 iLO 3iLO Management Engine(iLO 4)CPU 66 Mhz NEC v850 400 Mhz ARM 926 400 Mhz ARM 926Memory4MB Flash16MB SDRAM8MB Flash128MB DDR3(56MB after ECC & video)16MB Flash256MB DDR 3(112 MB after ECC & video)Network 10/100 Mbps 10/100 Mbps 1GbpsUSB 1.1 2.0 2.0VideoATI ES1000 (external)• 1280 x 1024 (32 bpp)• 1600 x 1200 (16 bpp)Matrox G200 (embedded)• 1280 x 1024 (32 bpp)• 1920 x 1200 (16 bpp)Matrox G200 (embedded)• 1280 x 1024 (32 bpp)• 1920 x 1200 (16 bpp)DVR Color 12 bpp (4096 colors) 15 bpp (32,768 colors) 15 bpp (32,768 colors)NAND Storage 4GB
    36. 36. 36 Footer Goes Here36The preferred IT Administrator in every ProLiant server– Immediate access fromanywhere, anytime with thenew iLO Mobile App– Dedicated 1Gb network port– Homogeneous servermanagement experienceacross the datacenterHP iLO – whats new? Building on the legacy of HP iLOinnovations, HP iLO 4 adds:
    37. 37. 37 Footer Goes Here37All core management out-of-band for increased security and stabilityHP Agentless Management– Robust hardware monitoring andalerting capability without thecomplexity of OS-based agents– SNMP agents and alerts nowrunning from the HP iLOarchitecture; no impact on systemperformance– OS config info and more coveragewith Agentless ManagementService– Your choice! OS-based agents arestill supported37!
    38. 38. 38 Footer Goes Here38Register from HP iLO to Insight Remote SupportHP Confidential–Seamless connection to HP InsightOnline for anytime, anywhere viewof remotely monitored devices–Easy sign-up and activationprocess–No OS-installed agent–Automated support case creation–24x7 phone-home capabilitiesembedded Remote Support!NEWNEWNEW
    39. 39. 39 Footer Goes HereIntelligent Power Discovery
    40. 40. 40 Footer Goes Here40• High reporting resolution: 0.01A/0.1V per core and managed ext.bar outlet monitoring, thresholds.• Voltage accuracy within 1% 200V-240V• Current accuracy within:• 1% >1A• 3% 400mA - 1A• 5% 100mA - 400mA• 10% <100mA• VA, Watts and PF accuracy within:• Data acquisition• 0.5 second V, A, VA, Watts, PF data collection.• Match IPM daily data collection (5 min. interval collection in24 hour buffer, NTP time synchronized).• 177MHz ARM9 embedded Web, SNMP, XML(RIBCL)• Add optional managed outlet controlled ext. bars to core.• Remote outlet control and individual outlet powermeasurement.• Can be mixed with standard ext. bar on same core.HP Intelligent PDUDisplayIntelligent ExtensionBar – 5 C13Monitoring andControl Outlets in 5UPowerAlarmResetBest in class power monitoringEmbedded remotemanagementPDU Core 6 or 12 C19 OutletsStandard Ext. Bar
    41. 41. 41 Footer Goes Here41C20InlineConnectorC13-C14CableC14 PowerSupply InletDual C19 PDU CoreOutletsBackward compatible with existing C13/C14/C19/C20.C14 InlineConnectorC13 InlineConnectorIPD Connectors
    42. 42. 42 Footer Goes Here42Managed Ext. Bars Cable ManagementPower CordsWith Cable ManagementArms:• Left Side 4.5’• Right Side 6’Without Cable ManagementArms:• 2.5’ or 10’
    43. 43. 43 Footer Goes Here43High Efficiency Power Supplies– Common slot architecture for flexibility– 94% Platinum level high efficiency– Right sized for application• 460W, 750W, and 1200W– Bright Blue Power Line Communications connectorsfor use with HP Intelligent PDUPLC C-14 ConnectorsPLC Jumper Cable
    44. 44. 44 Footer Goes Here44Location Discovery Rack ViewHover overto viewserverinformationClick Imageto launchiLO sessionClick Imageto viewpowerconnectioninformation
    45. 45. 45 Footer Goes Here45ControlOutlet statusand controlPower cycleswitchUID LEDSwitchRedundancystatusRedundantoutletsFeed A Feed BDevicenameDisable unused outlets<10mA loadRedundancyManagementFor AutomaticDiscovery andAssisted DiscoveryManual EntryDevicesUp to 20 Outletsper Device
    46. 46. 46 Footer Goes HereLocation DiscoveryHewlett-Packard Confidential
    47. 47. 47 Footer Goes Here47Where this is goingHP Data Center Smart GridHP ConfidentialPower DiscoveryLocation Discovery1-wireThermal DiscoverySea of Sensors Everywhere•3D datacenter visualization•Datacenter wide power capping•Thermal and power awareapplication placement•Automated problem mitigation
    48. 48. 48 Footer Goes HereServer EarRack Interface BusEar Contacts Ear LatchHewlett-Packard Confidential
    49. 49. 49 Footer Goes Here49proto42 U Rack Strip 7U Rack Module & Servers Installed in RackModuleHewlett-Packard Confidential
    50. 50. 50 Footer Goes Here50protoServer EarsRack ContactsHewlett-Packard Confidential
    51. 51. 51 Footer Goes Here51Location Discovery Rack ViewHover overto viewserverinformationClick Imageto launchiLO sessionClick Imageto viewpowerconnectioninformation
    52. 52. © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.Châssis HP BladeSystem
    53. 53. © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.53HP BladeSystem : un environnement complet pour couvrirtous les besoinsStations detravailStockageLe plus grand choix de lamesServeursFibreChannelInfiniBand4X DDRSANLAN EthernetNICsVirtualConnectInterconnexion LAN, stockage et clustersPlanningImplementationSupportAdministration unifiée Alimentation Services
    54. 54. © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.54BladeSystem c7000Châssis optimisé pour les centresde données16 baies serveur et stockage8 baies de connexion haute vitesseHP BladeSystem : des châssis pour tous les environnementsBladeSystem c3000Châssis flexible idéal pour les petitsespaces avec des besoins avancés8 baies serveur et stockage4 baies de connexion haute vitesse
    55. 55. © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.55Châssis HP BladeSystem : haute disponibilitéet redondanceBaies d’interconnexion• Jusqu’à 4 fabriques redondantes• Connexions redondantes vers chaque serveurVentilateurs Active Cool• Design redondant et parallèleFond de panier et module d’administration• Fond de panier de signaux passif NonStop• Fond de panier d’alimentation séparé• Modules d’administrations redondants en option -panne des modules d’administration n’affectant pas lesserveursAlimentations• Entrées électriques redondantes• Pas de zones d’alimentation séparées• Choix entre redondance N + N ou N + 1Architecture PARSEC• Refroidissement parallèle,redondant et évolutif• Optimisé par zones
    56. 56. 56 Footer Goes Here56 © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.HP Restricted. For HP and Channel Partner internal use only.ProLiant BL460c Gen8 What’s NewSummary• Increased performance, capacities, and options withprocessors, memory, storage, and I/O expansion slots• New Smart Storage family of controllers and drives• FlexLOM for choice of ―embedded‖ network technology/speed/OEM partner• Next-generation HP iLO Management Engine• Easily update your firmware using HP Service Pack for ProLiantThe world’s leading server blade – What’s NewBL460c G7 BL460c Gen8Processor Intel Xeon 5500/5600, 2/4/6 cores to 95W Intel Xeon E5-2600, 2/4/6/8 cores to 130W;Up to 79% improved performance1;HP Smart Socket Guide technologyMemory (12) DDR3 to 1333MHz (384GB maximum) (16) DDR3 to 1600MHz (512GB maximum)No reduction in performance @ 1.35V;Additional DIMMs added without affecting memory speed or capacity; HP SmartMemoryTechnologyStorage HP Smart Array P410i, optional FBWC2 SFF hot-plug HDDsHP Smart Array P220i; 512MB FBWC and battery retention ready; 2 SFF hot-plug HDDs;improved drive carrierNetworking 2x 10Gb FlexFabric CAN ports Choice of FlexLOM for two embedded I/O portsMgmt HP Integrated Lights-Out 3 (iLO3) and HP Insight Foundation;Optional HP iLO Advanced, Insight Control, and MatrixOperating EnvironmentHP iLO Management Engine and HP Service Pack for ProLiant; Optional next Gen HPiLO Management Engine Advanced, Insight Control, and Matrix Operating Environment
    57. 57. 57 Footer Goes Here57 © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.HP Restricted. For HP and Channel Partner internal use only.HP FlexLOM AdapterKey features and benefits—I/O– Provides choice• Select embedded network technology, speed, and OEMpartner– Change ready• Update the technology as networking demands dictate– Universal• Shared across all BL Gen8 servers• Also available (but not shared with blades) on all SL andselect DL Gen8 serversFlexLOMs & Mezz cards available at launch• FlexLOMs• 530FLB (Flex-10, Broadcom)• 554FLB (Flex Fabric, Emulex)• Mezz Cards• 530M (Flex-10, Broadcom)• 552M (Flex-10, Emulex)• 554M (Flex Fabric, Emulex)• 1GbE & 10GbE FlexLOMs and Mezz cards to follow post-launch
    58. 58. 58 Footer Goes Here58 © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice. Confidential.HP ProLiant BL460c Gen8 Internal ViewTwo hot-plug drive baysSATA/SAS/SSD (2.0TB)USB & TPMconnectors16 DIMM slotsTo 1600MHz DDR3;8 slots per processoriLO 4 OnSystemManagement1 or 2 Intel Xeon E5-2600To 8 core each and130WSmart Array P220iRAID 0/1; 512MB FWBCFlexLOM Adapter2 Mezzanine slotsx16 PCIe Gen 3Micro SDHC connector
    59. 59. © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.59Simplifie les connexions des serveursHP BladeSystem et Virtual ConnectLANSANChâssis HP BladeSystemVirtualConnectPoolsd’adresses MACPoold’adressesWWNLiens LANLiens SAN• Réduit le câblage sans ajouter de commutateurs• Ajouts, changement et reprises de serveurs sans impact surles réseaux• Administration des connexions des châssis par lesresponsables serveurs et non LAN et SANwww.hp.com/go/bladesystem/virtualconnectHBANICHBANICHBANICHBANICHBANICCommutateurEthernetCommutateur FibreChannel
    60. 60. © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.60Modules HP Virtual ConnectPermettent de câbler et paramétrer une fois pour toute les connexions LAN et SAN, puisd’ajouter, modifier ou déplacer des serveurs à la voléeFonctionnalités Flex-10 et FlexFabric pour simplifier encore plus les connexionsNouveau module réseau convergent HP Virtual Connect FlexFabric• Support de Ethernet, CEE/FCoE, iSCSI accéléré et Flex-10 pour la plus grande flexibilité et réductiondes coûts• 8 ports externes SFP+ 10 Gb ou Fibre Channel 2/4/8 GbModules HP Virtual Connect Ethernet 10 Gb Flex-10 et 1/10 Gb-F• Ports externes (uplinks) 10 ou 1 Gb Gigabit, cuivre ou fibre• Fonctionnalité Flex-10 du module 10 Gb pour la plus grande flexibilité et réduction des coûts• Cascadables pour diminuer le nombre d’uplinksModules HP Virtual Connect Fibre Channel 8 ou 4 Gb• 8 ou 4 ports externes (uplinks) avec auto négociation• Flexibilité pour les environnements virtuels : support de « Server Side NPIV » permettant de gérerjusqu’à 255 ou 128 WWN par port serveurLe moyen le plus simple pour connecter vos serveurswww.hp.comgo/bladesystem/virtualconnect/
    61. 61. © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.6175%de consolidation des équipements66%d’économie en coût d’achat65%d’économie d’énergie100 x plus flexible en permettantd’adapter la bande passante réseauaux besoins réels des applicationsPermet de passer au 10 Gb à un coûtinférieur à la plupart des solutions 1 GbHP Virtual Connect Flex-102 ports GbintégrésCarte Gb4 ports+Ports Flex-10intégrés6 commutateurs2 modules Flex-10Consolide le réseau d’un facteur 4 pour 1
    62. 62. © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.62Dépensez moins et connectez plus avec le nouveau module HP Virtual Connect FlexFabric etla nouvelle génération de lames HP Proliant BLHP Virtual Connect FlexFabric : la convergencesans compromisServeurs en lame HP ProLiant G7avec ports 10 Gb CNAModule 10 Gb HP Virtual ConnectFlexFabricPorts CNA intégrés(G7/Gen8)Carte CNAmezzanine(G6/G7/Gen8)Nouveau !Nouveau !Nouveau !
    63. 63. © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.63Leader des 4P enVMmarkConçues dès le départ pour lever les goulets d’étranglement des solutions devirtualisationLames HP ProLiant BL pour la virtualisationHP ProLiant BL490c G7Haute performance et évolutivité• Biprocesseur Intel® Xeon® 5600/5500• Jusqu’à 384 Go de mémoire• 2 ports 10 Gb FlexFabric (8 FlexNics/HBA)• 2 connecteurs d’extension• Jusqu’à deux disques SSDLeader des 2P enVMmarkHP ProLiant BL620c G7Haute performance et évolutivité• Bi processeur Intel® Xeon® E7-4800• Jusqu’à 1024 Go de mémoire• 4 ports 10 Gb FlexFabric (16 FlexNics/HBA)• 3 connecteurs d’extension• Jusqu’à deux disques SAS, SATA ou SSD surcontrôleur RAIDHP ProLiant BL465c G7Rapport performance/prix leader• Biprocesseur AMD Opteron™ 6200 seize,douze, huit ou quatre cœurs• Jusqu’à 512 Go de mémoire• 2 ports 10 Gb FlexFabric• 2 connecteurs d’extension• Jusqu’à deux disques SAS, SATA ouSSD hot-plug sur contrôleur RAIDHP ProLiant BL685c G7Haute performance et évolutivité• Quadri processeur AMD Opteron™ 6200 seize,douze, huit ou quatre cœurs• Jusqu’à 1024 Go de mémoire• 4 ports 10 Gb FlexFabric• 4 connecteurs d’extension• Jusqu’à 4 disques SAS, SATA ou SSD hot-plugsur contrôleur RAID
    64. 64. © 2012 Hewlett-Packard64A modern architecture engineered for the new style of ITThe World’s First Software Defined ServerPlatformSoftware Defined ServersHP Moonshot PlatformMoonshotArchitectureSolution CartridgesInnovation Pace3x Faster8x Efficiency10:1 Scaling****Source: Based on HP InternalResearch
    65. 65. © 2012 Hewlett-Packard65Ivy Bridge (2P)What is Ivy Bridge• Intel drop in upgrade to Sandy Bridge• Both E5-2400 and E5-2600• Increase clock speed and core count• Up to 12 cores• 1866 MHz memory support• Additional security features (Intel Secure Key, Intel OS Guard)Where will it be used• Every Gen8 platform will receive Ivy Bridge as a drop in upgrade• Will be available in new platforms, and to upgrade existing platforms in select situations via a servicessku• Due to complexity of upgrading existing systems we will require it to be done by an HP servicesrepresentative• Will require both new HP BIOS and Intel ME update as well as potentially other separate updates (stillbeing worked)• Please send feedback about this strategy to Josh (josh.k@hp.com).Timing
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