The HP ProLiant DL580 Gen9 Server is HP‘s four socket (4S) enterprise standard x86 server offering commanding performance, rock-solid reliability and availability, and compelling consolidation and virtualization efficiencies.
Supporting Intel® Xeon® E7-4800/8800 v3 processors, the HP DL580 Gen9 offers enhanced processor performance, up to 6 TBs of memory, greater IO bandwidth (9 PCIe Gen3.0 slots), and 12 Gb/s of SAS speeds. HP ProLiant DL580 Gen9 has security and data protection features for system resiliency that your business can depend on. All, making it ideal for mission-critical enterprise, business intelligence, and database applications.
Whether needed for highly virtualized or cloud based deployments, with intelligence and simplicity of automated management with HP OneView and HP iLO 4 your business can achieve agile and lower cost infrastructure management.HP ProLiant DL580 Gen9
System Fault Management and Diagnostics
HP ProLiant DL580 Gen9 offers advanced error recovery, component quarantine, fault tolerance and event reporting features to enable class-leading availability and rock-solid reliability that businesses can depend on. The DL580 Gen9 server firmware features advanced machine check architecture and memory fault tolerance capabilities that customers need for running their mission-critical applications. These advanced fault management features combine with quality components (HP Qualified Options) and extensive qualification to provide a high degree of system availability.
HP Advanced Error Recovery
Introduced with the HP ProLiant DL580 Gen9, HP Advanced Error Recovery enables applications to recover from uncorrectable errors found in processor, cache and memory during execution. The system firmware works with the operating system and/or hypervisor and/or end-application to enable the optimal recovery response so that the impact of the error can be avoided or minimized. Where such an error would have crashed the system in the past, with HP Advanced Error Recovery, the system can continue to function with limiting the impact of the error to a killed/re-started thread, process and/or virtual machine.