Move at the Speed of Business
Accelerate insights and business transactions time to value with HPE Integrity Superdome X Server, highest performing platform on 16P two-tier SAP® Sales and Distribution (SD) standard application benchmark1.
Address your largest and most demanding workloads with breakthrough x86 scalability of up to 16 sockets and 48 TB memory2.
Scale confidently without compromising performance with a 1.77x scalability factor3 from 4 to 8 and from 8 to 16 sockets.
Increase Competitive Differentiation and Reduce Business Risk
Maximize the uptime of your critical applications on the HPE Integrity Superdome X Server with up to 20x greater reliability and 60% less downtime than other x86 platforms5.
Benefit from up to 95% reduction in memory outages over standard x86 with Hewlett Packard Enterprise "Firmware First" architecture and memory RAS improvements over Intel® base code6.
Isolate critical applications from other application failures with the Hewlett Packard Enterprise unique x86 hard partitioning (HPE nPars).
Experience zero planned downtime with maintenance and updates performed online without application outage using Serviceguard for Linux7.
Rest assured with five nines (99.999%) single-system availability9.
Redefine Economics for Mission-critical Compute
Increase cost efficiencies with a 45% lower TCO than Oracle Exadata4.
Re-host costly proprietary mainframe/RISC workloads with 41% lower TCO than IBM POWER10.
Lower solution costs by up to 35%11 with a scale-up vs scale-out solution.
1 Source: SAP. Based on the SAP SD Standard Application Benchmark Results, Two-Tier Internet Configuration http://global.sap.com/solutions/benchmark/sd2tier.epx , February 2016
2 Source: Integrity Superdome X Server Quick Specs, June 2016
3 Source: HPE internal testing. Performance results with HPE-ATX (patent pending) on the Superdome X with Gen9 using the Hammer DB OLTP multi-tenant workload and were achieved with one tenant totaling 144 users (4P), two tenants totaling 288 users (8P) and four tenants totaling 576 users (16P) for a 1-to-1 mapping of users to logical CPUs. Configurations that are over-subscribed may show less performance gain. Results as of April, 2016.
4 Source: Based on HPE internal analysis results using publicly available competitive data, April 2015
Compares a 16-socket Superdome X server and HPE 3Par StoreServ 7440c running RHEL, Oracle DB and Serviceguard for Linux versus an Oracle Exadata X5-2 Full Rack running Exadata software, Oracle DB and Oracle RAC.
5 Source: HPE Labs. Based on HA and field data modeling, using Markov chain high availability modeling, running applications on separate HPE nPars vs. running them together on the same HPE nPar using virtual machines. HPE, California. August 2015.
6 Internal HPE Labs simulation, HPE improvements are in the error handling algorithm implementation. May 2014.
7 Based on HPE Lab analysis while performing maintenance activities of the cluster including maintenance of heartbeat network. August 2015.
8 Source: HPE internal comparison to HPE DL980 G7, August 2015
9 Source: Based on HPE Lab availability analysis and actual measured availability results. Single-system Superdome X server availability of five nines (99.999%) can be greatly increased when used in combination with failover clustering solutions like HPE Serviceguard for Linux. June 2015.
10 Compares a 12-socket Superdome X server running RHEL, Oracle database and IBM Power System E880 2-Node server running AIX, Oracle database
Source: Based on HPE internal analysis results using publicly available competitive data, May 2016