The HP ProLiant DL360 Gen9 Server delivers a 1U chassis with two processors, delivering an optimal unit that combines high-performance, low energy consumption, improved uptime, and increased density. Leveraging Intel’s latest Xeon Scalable processors.
Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors
The powerful new Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors offers versatility across diverse workloads. These processors are designed for next-generation data centers. Supercharged for efficiency, performance, and agile services delivery across all applications. They offer high-performance computing, networking, and storage.
HP SmartMemory is a unique technology introduced by HP and unlike other third-party memory, HP SmartMemory authenticates whenever memory has passed HP's rigorous qualification and test process and provides you with the highest quality genuine HP SmartMemory. More importantly, verification of HP SmartMemory unlocks certain performance and high efficiency features optimised for HP Proliant servers. HP SmartMemory provides Active Health monitoring. 14-30 percent throuhgput at DDR4-2666 1 percent reduction in memory-related outages 4 x memory capacity increase DDR4 is 37% more efficient than DDR3
Intel® SSD DC P4600
We use redundant Intel SSD DC P4600 cards in each server. With PCIe Gen3 support and NVMe queueing interface, the cards deliver excellent sequential read performance of up to 3.2GB/s and sequential write speeds of up to 2.1GB/s. The P4600 delivers very high random read IOPS of up to 617,500 and random writes IOPS of up to 225000 for 4KB operations. The P4600 also includes High Endurance Technology (HET), which combines NAND silicon enhancements and SSD NAND management techniques to extend the SSD write endurance up to 10 drive writes per day for 5 years.
Juniper® core network
Core routing is performed by Juniper MX960's configured in a fully redundant pair with dual power supplies. Internet connectivity is provided by NTT, GTT, Level 3 and Virgin Media. We peer with LINX, LONAP and AMS-IX. Customers know their sites are always available and are always performing at their very best.
Cisco® bonded gigabit network
Each server is connected to physically separate switches using channel bonding. This means redundant Gigabit Ethernet ports on the server connect to a "stack" of 2 switches that act like one. Should a switch fail connectivity will continue uninterupted. Each switch stack is connected to our core network via redundant 10G connections.