Complete Hyperconvergence in a Fully Integrated System
The HPE SimpliVity 325 combines x86 resources, storage, and storage networking in a single hyper converged system with advanced functionality.
It simplifies management and delivers outstanding cost efficiency and agility.
It provides increased visibility and control with unified management.
It delivers rapid deployment so you can respond to business needs faster.
It unifies VMs and infrastructure tasks to reduce sprawl and overprovisioning.
Peak and Predictable Performance
The all-flash solution provides predictable and linear performance at near wire speeds with reduced latency.
Software-optimized inline deduplication, compression, and optimization helps minimize I/O and network traffic, improving performance while delivering great storage and bandwidth efficiency.
HPE InfoSight for HPE SimpliVity enables predictive data analytics by providing details at the federation, cluster, and host level for historic capacity utilization, trends, resource consumption, and prediction. Alleviates support issues, reduces operational expenses with alerts and case creation.
Enhanced Economics and TCO
Single AMD EPYC processors allow a 50% reduction in socket-based hypervisor licensing costs.
Supports up to 2 TB of memory and up to 32 cores in a 1U hyperconverged appliance.
It drastically reduces the need to purchase multiple discrete components, optimizes storage capacity with guaranteed 10:1 data efficiency2, and prevents over-provisioning for performance and capacity with on?demand cluster expansion.
Advanced Data Services
The HPE SimpliVity 325 delivers software-optimized, always-on deduplication and compression to significantly reduce capacity utilization.
It provides built-in resiliency, backup, and disaster recovery for data protection.
It offers policy-based, VM-centric management to streamline operations.
HPE SimpliVity RapidDR is a DR orchestration tool for HPE SimpliVity platforms to simplify and accelerate offsite DR for rapid recovery of applications.
 Based on external firm conducting cybersecurity penetration testing of a range of server products from a range of manufacturers, May 2017.