HPE PROLIANT DL360 GEN9 SERVER AVAILABLE ON RENTAL & SALE
HPE ProLiant DL360 Gen9 Server delivers a 1U chassis with up to two processors, delivering an optimal unit that combines high-performance, low energy consumption, improved uptime, and increased density. The HPE ProLiant DL360 Gen9 Server Available on rental and sale in Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad, Pune, Mumbai, Coimbatore and Kochi.
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HPE PROLIANT DL360 OVERVIEW
Flexible High-Performance Compute Power
HPE ProLiant DL360 Gen9 Server
HPE ProLiant DL360 Gen9 Server has up to 24 HPE DDR4 SmartMemory DIMM slots with up to 3 TB max memory, built-in intelligence to improve performance, reduce downtime and energy costs resulting in up to 23% better throughput performance. You have a choice of Embedded 4x1GbE, HPE FlexibleLOM, PCIe standup 1GbE to 10/25GbE to 40GbE adapters which provides flexibility of networking bandwidth and fabric so you can adapt and grow to changing business needs.
Achieve greater capacity with flexible drive configuration options with up to ten SFF, four LFF drive along with option to support up to six NVMe PCIe SSDs delivering optimal performance, capacity, and reliability to meet various customer segments and workload requirements at the right economics. HPE Persistent Memory, the world’s first Non-volatile DIMM (NVDIMM) optimized on ProLiant, offering unprecedented levels of performance for databases and analytic workloads.
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HPE PROLIANT DL360 GEN9 SPECIFICATION
HPE ProLiant DL360 Gen9 Server Leveraging Intel’s latest E5-2600 v4 processors with 21% performance gain, plus the latest 2400 MHz HPE DDR4 SmartMemory supporting up to 3 TB and up to 23%performance increase. Manage your DL360 Gen9 Server in any IT environment by automating the most essential server lifecycle management tasks with HPE OneView and HPE Integrated Lights-Out: deploy, update, monitor and maintain with ease.
- Intel® Xeon® E5-2600 v4 Processors with 21%1 performance gain and up to 22 cores
- 2400MHz DDR4 memory offering up to 23%2 performance gain and 3.0 TB max capacity with 128GB LRDIMMs
- HPE 25Gb Ethernet Adapters to help improve performance with latency sensitive applications
- Industry-leading NVMe PCIe SFF SSDs up to 2.0 TB for low latency and top performance
- Direct connect up to 16 drives with HPE Smart Array P840ar Controller
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HPE DL360 GEN9 VIDEOS
HPE ProLiant DL360 Gen9 Server
With the availability of Intel’s Xeon E5-2600 v3 family of processors, a variety of server vendors are launching compute platforms that take advantage of the performance increases of the new Xeon architecture. The hp dl360 gen9 is the new mainstream 1U compute platform in the HP ProLiant family, and in addition to featuring new E5-2600 v3 processors and DD4 memory, the dl360 gen9 spare parts reflects several progressive advancements in HP’s server technology portfolio and the company’s overall vision for converged data centers.
Like the larger 2U DL380 Gen9, the DL360 leverages new Intel Xeon E5-2600 v3 processors and up to 768GB of HP’s DDR4 Smart Memory at speeds of up to 2,133MHz, up from the maximum 1,866MHz DDR3 transfers rate of its Gen8 predecessors. The new E5-2600 v3 processors are available with up to 18 cores and offer a theoretical performance improvement of up to three times per Watt over Gen8 ProLiant servers. HP’s latest 12Gb/s Smart Array Controllers and PCIe accelerators are also available for the DL360 Gen9. Unlike its DL360p Gen8 predecessor, the DL360 Gen9 supports GPUs: up to two single-wide and active cards up to 9.5 inches in length.
The unit being benchmarked during this review utilizes the 1U DL360 chassis with eight SFF drive bays and is configured with two Intel Xeon E5-2697 v3 2.6GHz processors, 256GB DDR4 RAM (16 DIMMs of 16GB 2Rx4 PC4-2133) and five SFF 400GB SAS SSDs. The Universal Media Bay is not filled in our testing unit, but can optionally be used to house two additional SFF drive bays or an optical drive and front-accessible VGA port. We utilize HP’s two-port PCA FLR 10GbE SFP+ interface card for network connectivity.
Build and Design
Our review unit uses a chassis with eight front-accessible SFF drive bays plus a blank in the Universal Media Bay at the top-right which can be configured with two additional SFF drives or a combination of an optical drive and a front-accessible VGA port. A status panel with the power button and LED indicators for power status, system health, unit ID, and network status is available at the far right along with one USB port. A hpe proliant dl360 gen9 server for rental with four LFF drive bays is also available.
The fan grid provides cooling at the front of the system. Our configuration uses two Intel Xeon E5-2697 v3 2.6GHz processors and fills 16 of the 24 DIMM slots. This system uses 16GB 2Rx4 PC4-2133 DDR4 DIMMs for a total of 256GB DDR4 memory. A MicroSD slot lies between the power supplies and the DIMM slots. A secondary PCIe riser with a third PCIe slot can be utilized for DL360 configurations like this with dual CPUs, and a FlexibleLOM slot and two SATA ports are also located at rear.
HP ProLiant Gen9 servers ship configured for deployment with Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI) but also offer a legacy boot mode. HP Integrated Lights-Out (iLO) is an embedded intelligence and management system built into ProLiant servers for agentless management. Agentless Management communicates using the Direct Media Interface (DMI) and can be used in conjunction with HP’s Intelligent Provisioning to deploy and update servers without configuration media with reusable deployment profiles. New provisioning features for ProLiant Gen9 include the ability to access to 1TB of HP StoreVirtual virtual storage appliance (VSA) storage at no additional cost and new scripting to automate server setup.
Standard iLO capabilities include Agentless Management, Active Health System, Embedded Remote support, and the new Adaptive ProLiant Management Layer (APML) abstraction layer to improve thermal to update system health and fan data without flashing the system ROM and to permit non-disruptive online updates for fan and thermal data. For ProLiant Gen9 servers, iLO has added iLO Federation, a key enablement feature to discover and manage numerous servers and a 1GB Embedded User Partition is accessible for additional utilization of storage when 4GB of iLO NAND is installed in the server. Various iLO licensing schemes are available which enable various aspects of the new Federation functionality.
The hp proliant dl360 gen9 drivers has the engineering to serve as a useful component in a converged enterprise or data center architecture in conjunction with HP’s OneView platform and the company’s other innovations in management that makes coordinating hundreds or thousands of servers easy. For those with more modest computing goals, the DL360 Gen9 has the storage density and compute power to serve as a flexible and powerful addition to a variety of environments. HP has embraced the core advancements in technology with the DL300 family, including Intel’s latest chipset, DDR4 DRAM, 10GbE and SAS3 drive support. In our case the server is paired with 2.5″ SSDs, though the DL360 could be used with four 3.5″ drives instead if capacity over performance is preferred. Overall, there’s nothing revolutionary about the DL300 family, but there’s a reason HP has shipped more servers than anyone else, and with this update HP continues to deliver core computing functionality that addresses the concerns of an overwhelming majority of the market.
In our configuration with five “legacy” SanDisk Pliant-based SAS2 SLC-based SSDs, we saw what we’d expect in regards to proven and stable performance. In addition to strong performance from its internal storage, the availability of high performance 10GbE interfaces means that the HPE ProLiant DL360 Gen9 Server can be placed in front of high-speed storage arrays in order to drive huge IO with minimal network-induced latency and fewer cables. In many installations where the DL360 will find itself, load generation against performance storage will be a popular use case. In our testing we paired the DL360 Gen9 with a Windows Server 2012 R2-based all flash array and saw numbers that easily saturated the twin-10GbE connectivity. We drove strong mixed workload I/O, topping 218kIOPS 8k 70/30 random, as well as over 2.3GB/s large-block sequential. Since this leveraged the internal FlexibleLOM slot, we were able to leave all of the additional PCIe slots open for future expansion.
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