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Learn how to efficiently manage power of servers and shared infrastructure in a single console

Guest Blog by Radhika Saksena

 

Is it a challenge to accurately provision power on servers and racks? Do you have to invest in expensive switches and cables to manage your shared infrastructure across the racks?

 

Introducing the HP Advanced Power Manager, a unique solution that is tightly integrated with the hardware to provide detailed insight and control of power management for scale out data centers. Compatible with HP Scalable system and HP Apollo servers, HP APM allows you to provision, manage, control and optimize the power consumption of your racks and shared infrastructure.

 

To learn more about the HP Advanced Power Manager, please attend our webinar on July 30, 2014 where you will learn how to:

  • Efficiently manage power
  • Manage racks and shared infrastructure from a single console
  • Increase cost savings and potential capacity in your datacenter

During the webinar we will show a 20 minute demo of the HP Advanced Power Manager which will enable you to:

  •  Learn the hardware and its capabilities
  • Know how APM’s commands work
  • Understand static and dynamic power capping across the rack
  • Learn how to manage the shared infrastructure

Register now to the July 30 webinar titled Simplify and save >80% in power consumption with HP APM.  

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