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New HPE Reference Architecture for Microsoft SQL Server drives simplicity in the datacenter



By Kannan Mani, Worldwide Principal Product Manager, Data Platforms, Enterprise Kannan Mani.jpgSolutions

In the world of convergence, the demands of a business constantly change. As a result, IT departments struggle to rapidly create and deploy different environments to support new database workloads—all while balancing the complexity of maintaining and monitoring isolated pools of infrastructure resource sprawl.

Customer environments with server and database sprawl can make use of the HPE Hyper Converged 380 platform to scale, consolidate and thereby reduce both capital and operational expenditures. Below are the benefits of deploying Microsoft SQL Server 2016 on an HPE Hyper Converged 380 powered by Intel®:

  • bigstock-Car-Speed-Night-Drive-On-The-R-139856111.jpgMigrate from infrastructure that is costly and difficult to manage: By consolidating multiple databases onto a single platform, you can easily reduce infrastructure and management complexity. With the capabilities of faster virtualization (by providing compute and software-defined storage), it is possible to host multiple databases, thereby utilizing resources efficiently.
  • Scale business services and virtual infrastructure on-demand: By adding more HPE Hyper Converged 380 platforms as workload demands grow, you can linearly scale from 2 to 16 nodes in a single cluster. An added bonus? Built-in high availability.
  • Rapidly develop and deliver new services for your business: You can easily and quickly deploy, manage and maintain virtual infrastructure with HPE Hyper Converged solutions. Hyper converged systems help reduce the time and knowledge required to deploy and maintain them.

Download the HPE Reference Architecture for Microsoft SQL Server 2016 on HPE Hyper Converged 380 to experience these benefits and help eliminate complexity in your datacenter. And, don’t forget to bookmark the new Reference Architecture website for future updates on data management workloads. Also visit our new HPE Reference Architecture web page to get the latest from the experts on workloads, technical white papers, blogs and other resources.

Stay tuned for more reference architectures that will be released in late 2016 and into 2017. 


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