On my continuing quest to learn more about our compute portfolio, today I have a couple of videos looking at our HPE Apollo servers. I have two other posts looking at Gen10:
- A Storage Guy Talking about New HPE ProLiant Gen10 Servers
- A Storage Guy Talking HPE ProLiant iLO 5 with a demo
As I said, today we're going to look at the Apollo server platform. From the Apollo server hpe.com page, here's how we describe the family:
The HPE Apollo high-density server family is built for the highest levels of performance and efficiency. They are rack-scale compute, storage, networking, power and cooling—massively scale-up and scale-out—solutions for your big data analytics, object storage, and high-performance computing (HPC) workloads.
Let's start with an overview of the Apollo family. This is a video I did with Ashok Patel who manages the Apollo Server line.
What's new for Apollo
Next Ashok gave me a deep dive look at the new Apollo 6000 Gen10. The HPE Apollo 6000 Gen10 is a next-generation server that enables faster processing, high-speed memory access, updated software-defined management and security, as well as HPC cluster performance with 100 GBPS node-to-node connectivity. Here's my look at the Apollo 6000 Gen10.
Learn more about Apollo on HPE Apollo Server home page.
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