HPE Unveils Superdome Flex
Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) revealed the world’s most scalable and modular in-memory computing platform, HPE Superdome Flex. The platform enables enterprises of any size to process and analyze massive amounts of data and turn it into real-time business insights.
In a world transformed by exponential data
growth, customers face a complex dilemma –
how to handle unprecedented data flows while
maintaining business continuity and agility
to quickly respond to business changes. One
way companies are tackling this challenge is
by leveraging in-memory databases, such as
SAP HANA, Oracle Database In-Memory and
Microsoft SQL Server. HPE is the global
leader for SAP HANA as approximately 50 per
cent of SAP HANA server deployments are on
•Turn data into actionable insights at unparalleled scale and in real-time: Designed with Memory-Driven Computing principles, HPE Superdome Flex provides a shared pool of memory over an ultra-fast fabric that’s capable of scaling from 768GB to 48TB in a single system, delivering unmatched compute power for the most demanding applications.
•Start small and grow seamlessly: The platform has a unique modular design that scales from four to 32 sockets in four-socket increments. This equips customer environments of all sizes with in-memory computing that can expand seamlessly and cost-efficiently as needs increase.
•Safeguard mission-critical workloads: HPE
Superdome Flex offers proven reliability,
availability and serviceability (RAS)
capabilities not present in other standard
x86 platforms to provide 99.999%
•Advisory Services focuses on developing a business strategy aligned with business outcomes.
•Professional Services specializes in seamless implementation, on-budget execution and creative configurations that get the most out of the HPE Superdome Flex solution. This includes HPE Pointnext’s proven migration methodology that enables continuous business through the entire process.
•Operational Services offers support for the
entire solution and application ecosystem.