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HP Enhances HP-UX, Rolls Out New NonStop Servers

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HP-Foxconn wave cloud kit under the nose of Google, Facebook et al ? The Register

He said HP tried flogging its Scalable systems designed for enterprises to cloud service providers, but those customers didn't require various features in the computers, such as on-board management and power redundancy. The web goliaths prefer to spec their own lightweight machines and get the custom kit built by ODMs. "The service providers at the top end see no value in that [unnecessary] technology," Stephen told The Channel. Architecturally, the cloud giants can (in theory) "absorb" a failure from one to 50 racks without service disruption due to the scale of their deployments and build hardware resilience at the rack level, the HP veep said. "This deal with Foxconn gives us the ability to capture some demand with the right products at the right cost in a faster way than we could, and at a scale most of our enterprise customers can't comprehend," Stephen added.
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"The latest enhancements to our HP Integrity solutions demonstrate HPs commitment to provide customers with purpose-built, highly-available infrastructure capabilities for their most critical applications." The enhancements to the HP-UX 11i v3 operating system will enable organizations to upgrade virtualized applications between Integrity i2 and i4 servers with no downtime, virtualize larger workloads that double the capacity of virtual machines, offer up to 32 processing cores and 256 GB of memory, leverage HP's Soft Reboot technology on Integrity i4 server blades to cut reboot times in half, and reconfigure virtualized I/O without any downtime. The upgrades to CloudSystem Matrix with HP-UX include the ability to deploy larger private clouds by having workloads run vPars v6 partitioning technology or through direct I/O networking. In addition, HP is offering the solution with two-socket licensing, which will lower the cost of private clouds based on HP-UX, and with the ability to identify inefficient servers processes, which will increase data center processing capacity and enabling more resources for mission-critical workloads. HP also is rolling out two new NonStop servers for small and midsize enterprises (SMEs). Both the NonStop NS2300 and NS2400 fault-tolerant systems are powered by Intel's Itanium 9500 chips , which were launched in 2012, which HP officials said will bring a 50 percent increase in the main memory capacity, which will enable organizations to run more workloads than on previous systems. The new NonStop servers and enhancements to HP-UX 11i v3 and CloudSystem Matrix for HP-UX are available now. HP's new offerings come at a time when the Unix server market continues to shrink, with more high-end workloads running on x86-based systems. IDC analysts found that in the fourth quarter 2013, Unix server revenues fell 20.2 percent over the same period in 2012. The $1.9 billion in revenues accounted for 13.6 percent of all server revenues for the quarter. HP officials two years ago kicked off Project Odyssey, an initiative designed to give organizations running mission-critical workloads a choice of Integrity server platforms powered by Itanium or x86 chips and running a range of OSesfrom HP-UX to Windows to Linuxand all sharing a common converged infrastructure.
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