HP SimpliVity Server

HP SimpliVity Server, acquired by HP about two years ago, is one of the companies focusing on “hyper converged infrastructure”. Hyper converged systems are systems that integrate information processing, data storage, and network services into a single system for companies and organizations.

HP has integrated SimpliVity software and hardware with the industry-leading servers currently in service to compete with other competitors in the growing Hyper-converged infrastructure market. HP’s existing hyper-converged infrastructure solutions can benefit from the addition of SimpliVity technology, which brings great flexibility, data protection, compression, deduplication and VM optimization.

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In its G10 Servers, HP describes the SimpliVity Data Virtualization platform architecture as “an object-oriented storage tool with data optimization and data service techniques.” The presence of data deduplication and data compression in the design of the HP SimpliVity 380 will result in excellent device performance across the network. HP has advanced server platforms that can serve as the foundation for HP SimpliVity success.

From a hardware point of view, HP SimpliVity Server is based on new models of HP G10 servers. Although the company’s previous servers are still supported, their goal is to further integrate these products with the ProLiant and Apollo product lines. This simplifies the support and validation processes for the company and, conversely, the consumer.

HP simplivity 380 G10

For example, one type of HP SimpliVity server is the HP simplivity 380 server. This server is a system that requires a space of 2 units and is based on the G10 server. The system uses an OmniStack accelerator card to transfer data reduction processes from the CPU to the ASIC chip. In this way it can reduce the amount of space required for data storage as much as possible.

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HP SimpliVity 2600 G10

In addition to the HP SimpliVity 380, HP has developed and marketed another HP SimpliVity system based on Apollo servers. This server model, called the HP SimpliVity 2600, offers a maximum of 4 separate node servers in a single chassis of 2 units. This solution is mostly designed for use in cases such as branch offices of organizations, small offices and VDI. These types of servers are usually used where there are fewer “delay sensitive” tools. These servers take up less space than HP simplivity 380 G10 server and can use smaller chassis. This tool provides network administrators with built-in backup and disaster recovery plan capabilities.

Note: All the mentioned features can be activated using HP license tiers.

The most prominent feature of the 2600 is the flexibility, ease of operation, and availability of the server. The tool has the flexibility to support both Hyper-V and VMware platforms. This device also supports cloud space. Although most organizations today use VMware, Hyper-V is also popular in certain areas, such as education. In any of these cases, setting up and managing VMs by this server will be easy. This management is mainly done within these platforms. HP SimpliVity also supports products from many other companies, such as Veeam.

HP SimpliVity Server features

There are a variety of graphical environments for working with the HP SimpliVity server, such as the G10 server, thus simplifying its use. HP SimpliVity provides comprehensive integration with VMware that allows users to manage storage and functionality through a vSphere Web Client. This includes complete VM operations, including retrieving a VM, recovering specific files, or splitting backup areas per VM.

The original and unique performance of the HP SimpliVity server also appears when the tool is used with the vSphere cluster. This allows users to manage things like creating a new data store from an existing storage, viewing the capacity of network arrays, and searching across backups.

HP SimpliVity HyperGuarantee is a set of features that ensure data efficiency and protection policy across the cluster. This feature of the G10 server also guarantees simple and fast recovery configurations. HP SimpliVity is not only a HyperConverged Infrastructure system, it is also used for data availability.

HP SampliVity Server

Having global Dedupe pools will allow the platform to be data efficient. In this case, only the new data blocks are sent to other clusters for replication to minimize the amount of space occupied by the HP storage. It will also allow network users in organizations to have faster replication of their backup data.

As the number of data decreases, they are transferred faster in the backup process. Some may send data over satellite links, which are generally slow or too slow to manage. Unlike other servers, the HP SimpliVity system does not use the replicate block method to speed up data transfer over the WAN. Instead, it uses an algorithm and metadata to send only unique data. Backup policies for users and network administrators are easily managed through vSphere.

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Description

Price
Price Quote
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HPE Simplivity 170 Gen10 Server Support.

$288
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HPE Simplivity 190 Gen10 Server Support.

$549
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HPE SimpliVity 325 Gen10 Node Supp.

$616
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HPE SimpliVity 380 Gen10 NC Node Support.

$1,049
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HPE Simplivity 2600 Gen10 Chassis Supp.

$355
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HPE Simplivity 170 Gen10 Server Support.

$478
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HPE Simplivity 190 Gen10 Server Support.

$934
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HPE SimpliVity 325 Gen10 Node Supp.

$1,065
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HPE SimpliVity 380 Gen10 NC Node Support.

$1,845
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HPE Simplivity 2600 Gen10 Chassis Supp.

$609
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HPE Simplivity 170 Gen10 Server Support.

$668
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HPE Simplivity 190 Gen10 Server Support.

$1,320

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