This family brochure highlights the features, functions and benefits of the IBM family of blade chassis and blades, including the BladeCenter S chassis, the HS22, LS22, LS42, HS12, JS12, JS22, JS23, JS43 and BladeCenter Options.
This guide explains the benefits of a converged infrastructure. It also explains the process of designing and implementing HP BladeSystem as well as a technical breakdown of this approach.
This paper looks at the options IT managers have for hosting enterprise applications when replacing end-of-life POWER 4 or 5 servers. It compares an HP Converged Infrastructure, based on HP Integrity and Proliant server blades, to approaches based on IBM POWER. It also addresses customer options for business-critical application migration.
Business Ready Configurations for Virtualization are pre-configured, easy to order, bundled solutions that include Dell PowerEdge™ blade servers, Dell EqualLogic™ SAN, and VMware vSphere™. This white paper provides a detailed reference architecture for the Business Ready Configurations.
When employing a virtual desktop solution, it is crucial to choose the right combination of hardware and software. This white paper introduces a comprehensive technology suite that can deliver uncompromised virtual desktop performance while using less than 5% of available bandwidth.
What decisions go into building a modern data center? This e-guide discusses the data center design decisions. Inside, you will find discussions on three interface options for remote server monitoring and management, and the differences between blade and rack servers.
This white paper explains why more and more companies are adopting a unified approach to data centre management and offers detailed guidance to help them address concerns over capacity planning, application performance, server sprawl, and more.
Access this white paper to discover ten cooling solutions to support high-density server deployment. These strategic approaches can help you increase cooling efficiency, cooling capacity and power density.
Midmarket organizations considering physical server upgrades must evaluate their environments, sift through offerings and integrate the servers with existing tools. This e-book will guide you through these complex efforts by covering three components: determining needs and requirements, understanding your options, and putting it all together.