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Translate your vision of moving to the cloud into a reality

By Elaine Yee: HP Converged Systems Marketing

 

The HP Departmental Private Cloud Reference Architecture (RA) can help translate your vision of moving to the cloud into a reality.

 

This RA combines HP and Microsoft best practices for virtualization and cloud deployment.  This was designed for environments that support between 50 and 500 users, the Departmental Private Cloud can be configured as a simple virtualization platform that supports either Microsoft Windows Server 2012 or Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2, or it can also be transformed into a private cloud with the addition of Microsoft System Center.

 

The Departmental Private Cloud RA is designed for small- and medium-sized businesses looking for an entry-level server that comes at an affordable price point.  It brings together the latest HP servers and storage, as well as networking, to deliver excellent performance.  Blending the best of both HP and Microsoft technologies, this offering is poised to take your business beyond virtualization.

 

Learn more about through our new HP Departmental Private Cloud Interactive Brochure.  In this brochure you’ll be able to not only be able to download the implementation guide to build the highly available 2 node virtualization or private cloud solution, but you’ll also be able to see how the experts install the HP Departmental Private Cloud RA, as well as get the technical specifications of the Departmental Private Cloud with the data sheet.

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