Hewlett Packard, with a capital of $538, was opened by David Packard and William Reddington Hewlett in 1939. This little capital has been upgraded to about $90 billion after about 70 years and is currently operating in more than 160 countries. The company has built up subsystems over time and has become one of the major pillars of the computer industry in the world, and is still pioneering in the evolution of technology in the electronics industry. One of the HP subsets that began operating as part of November 1, 2015, is Hewlett Packard Enterprise, an investment company in the field of information technology and multinationals in the United States. HP continues to manufacture PCs and printers, while the company’s new deals are under the symbol “HPE”. According to the official paper of 2015, HPE’s revenue was slightly lower than that of HP.
With the expansion of computers that were born due to the need for fast and accurate computing and processing, a new Client / Server architecture was introduced to increase the efficiency of this technology, which has led to the emergence of a new generation of computers with higher processing power, quality, better and more stable in the name of server computers, and to this day has become so complex that configuration and work with them requires their specialty. HP Proliant series servers are manufactured in three categories: Tower, Rackmount, and Blade.
DL Server Rack mount:
The term DL stands for Density Line and refers to the category of Rackmount Series servers. The HP ProLiant DL Server lineup for HP is tailor-made for any organization looking for powerful and upgradeable rack mounted servers. This series of servers is produced in three groups of 100, 300, and 500, and each group has servers that, in addition to the ability to install, have other unique capabilities.
ML Server Tower:
The term ML stands for Modular Line and is referred to as Tower Series. The lineup of HP ProLiant ML servers in HP is proportional to any organization looking for powerful and upgradable servers. This series of servers was produced in three groups of 100, 300, and 500.
BL Server Blade:
The term BL stands for Blades Line and refers to the Blade Server series. The HP ProLiant BL server line in HP is ideal for organizations looking for servers for parallel processing or increased power density as well as for organizations that require a large number of servers in limited space. This series of servers is produced in two groups of 400c and 600c.
HPE is currently the most popular server brand, and with the majority of its server market share, it is ranked first in the country’s server sales. This is exactly the position HPE has on the global server market, and according to the latest IDC website, which is the first quarter of this year, with 26.7 percent market share is ranked first in the global server market.
Most popular and most popular HPE servers:
HPE ProLiant DL380 The 9th Generation DL380 Server (G9) of HPE can be considered the most popular and best-selling server perhaps in the current global market. This powerful two-way server comes with two E5-2600 v3 / v4 family processors from Intel’s Xeon series and also has 24 slots of RAM capable of supporting DDR4 RAM and can significantly support up to a maximum of 5TB. It has SFF or LFF hard drives.
HPE ProLiant DL360: The DL360’s most up-to-date HPE servers can point to the DL360 server, which now has the latest generation of the 9th generation (G9) in the market. This single-board server has similar specifications to its Dual-Unity unit, the DL380, but differs from the DL380 in terms of support for the number of hard drives
HPE ProLiant ML350: This server, which is part of the HPE stand server group, can be named one of the best, most popular and best-selling servers in the company. The server also comes with two processors from the E5-2600 v3 / v4 family of Intel Xeon processor series and also has 24 slots of RAM that can support DDR4 RAM, and can significantly support a number of hard drives.