HPE SimpliVity 380 is the best option if necessary:
to choose a unified solution
for a distributed network
of business units
to insure the future
business growth dynamics
to maximize benefits
Optimize data center space and reduce data center maintenance costs
HPE SimpliVity 380:
one solution instead of a complete set of servers, SAN, storage, backup software,
tape, or disk library.
HPE SimpliVity 380 Capabilities
Complete all-in-one integrated system
Server, storage, backup and disaster recovery: all in one box
Centralized management of dozens of sites in one interface
Highly predictable performance
Dedicated hardware I/O controller ensures high and, more importantly, predictable performance
Data deduplication and compression save capacity without compromising system performance
Scale on Demand
The ability to start small: even two nodes give full fault tolerance, and only one node withstands the loss of 1-2 disks
On-the-fly system expansion, including front-end server and storage connectivity
Powerful data management capabilities
Built-in automatic backup and disaster recovery for data protection Transfer of only unique data between sites allows to save investments in channels
Areas of improvements
(% of respondents)
(% of budget savings)
Creation of a new fully virtualized infrastructure
for a small office, branch offices, representative offices, and remote units
Extending an already existing traditional
IT Infrastructure - its Computing or storage infrastructure separately
Trend in demand growth for the next 2-3 years is unpredictable. Scaling on demand ("pay-as-you-grow") capability is a need.
The dynamics of demand growth for the next 2-3 years is clear, the selection of systems parameters is not difficult. You need to be able to scale servers and storage separately.
Initial investments are allocated for the purchase of servers, storage, and backup systems at once. However, it is necessary to reduce operational costs.
Initial investments should be minimal, and you need to be able to gradually grow individual components. Operational costs are not taken into account (risk)
Not a decisive factor. It is possible to wait for delivery for 6-8 weeks, but then a quickly deployment
on site is necessary.
Demand is urgent. Interested in configurations with the shortest terms of delivery.
Deployment speed is not critical.