Need to update your ProLiant servers with the latest drivers and firmware? The HPE ProLiant Updates Catalog for Microsoft System Center enables IT administrators to use System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) and System Center Virtual Machine Manager (SCVMM) to automatically manage and distribute HPE ProLiant server software and firmware from the HPE Service Pack for ProLiant (SPP).
The HPE System Management Homepage (SMH) consolidates and simplifies the management of ProLiant and Integrity servers running Microsoft Windows or Linux, or HPE 9000 and HPE Integrity servers running HP-UX 11i. By aggregating data from HPE Insight Management Agents and other tools, SMH provides a secure and intuitive interface to review in-depth hardware configuration and status data, performance metrics, system thresholds and software version control information. SMH can also be used to access the HPE Lights-Out Management processor on ProLiant and Integrity servers. SMH is part of the Service Pack for ProLiant (SPP) or the Integrity Support Pack (ISP), and can be extended to meet specific system management requirements by integrating additional plug-in tools. SMH is easy to install and can be extended to meet specific system management requirements by integrating additional HPE plug-in management tools that include HPE Online Diagnostics and HPE Software Version Control Agents.
Are you looking for a way to automate your Hewlett Packard Enterprise server configuration tasks using Windows PowerShell? HPE Scripting Tools for Windows PowerShell is a powerful set of utilities that can be used to perform various configuration tasks on HPE Servers. Windows PowerShell is Microsoft's task automation framework, consisting of a command-line shell and associated scripting language built on the .NET Framework.
HPE Scripting Tools for Windows PowerShell provides a simplified and consistent infrastructure management experience. They follow the standard PowerShell syntax and scripting model, making it easy for customers to incorporate these functions into their administrative scripts.
Wondering how to get your HPE ProLiant Server up and running with improved security using industry standard interfaces?
Each HPE ProLiant Gen9 and Gen10 Server supports Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI). This industry standard is a set of interfaces between the system firmware, the operating system, and various components of the system firmware that deliver enhanced security benefits for the HPE Servers.
The HPE ProLiant system BIOS is a UEFI solution based on the latest UEFI Specification revisions. In addition, most HPE ProLiant Gen9 and Gen10 Server are UEFI Class 2 solution, supporting both Legacy BIOS boot and UEFI boot modes, providing users the flexibility to switch between modes. UEFI supports iLO RESTful API and is Redfish API conformant.
Tired of configuring each Virtual Connect module over and over?
HPE Virtual Connect Enterprise Manager centralizes connection management and workload mobility for HPE Blade Servers that use Virtual Connect to access LANs, SANs and converged network infrastructures. It increases productivity and reduces operating costs by allowing data centers to respond faster to workload and configuration changes.
Built on the Virtual Connect architecture, it provides a central console to administer network address assignments, perform group-based configuration management, and rapidly deploy and move server connections for 250 Virtual Connect domains (up to 1,000 BladeSystem enclosures and 16,000 blade servers).
Virtual Connect and Virtual Connect Enterprise Manager create a change-ready infrastructure allowing system administrators to add, replace and recover servers across the data center in minutes without impacting network configurations or availability.