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Why Customers Use Solid State Drives and PCIe Workload Accelerators?

The HP ProLiantGen8 portfolio leads the industry and a key part of the Core portfolio is HP Qualified Options. Solid State Drives and PCIe Workload Accelerators are great examples of HP Qualified Options and both are essential to HP’s Gen8 solution value proposition. For the most demanding, storage intensive workloads, HP has optimized their Gen8 servers for solid state giving customers a 6x performance increase. 



Latest Version of SAS Smart Array Controllers: P430, P431 and P731m

HP’s latest version of SAS Smart Array controllers unleash the full performance potential with ProLiant Gen8 systems when deploying high-performance solid-state storage eliminating bottlenecks. In addition, these controllers address new levels of data protection, improved resiliency, and performance, when compared to the previous generation controllers. 



HP VirtualSystem VS3 for Microsoft

HP VirtualSystem for Microsoft is an integrated solution that is optimized for key workloads and can scale seamlessly. VirtualSystem for Microsoft has optimization and flexibility at every level, including choice of physical infrastructure, hypervisor, HP or partner Cloud software, virtual cloud maps, and reference architectures. HP and Microsoft understand that customers will evolve to the cloud model at different speeds. In order to break through the integration challenges of virtualization and accelerate their journey to the cloud, HP and Microsoft deliver HP VirtualSystem VS3 for Microsoft. 


VS3 for Microsoft


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