Design, deliver, and run enterprise blockchain workloads quickly and easily.
Do you need a cost-effective system that can keep pace with your growth and provide flexibility to adapt to various workloads? The HPE Apollo 2000 System offers a dense solution with up to four HPE ProLiant XL170r Gen9 or up to two HPE ProLiant XL190r Gen9 server nodes in a standard 2U chassis.
Each server node can be serviced individually without impacting the operation of other nodes sharing the same chassis to provide increased server uptime. The HPE Apollo 2000 provides all the features of traditional enterprise servers while being efficient, dense and flexible.
The HPE Apollo 2000 provides 2x density as compared to standard 1U rack servers, to increase available datacenter floor space, improve performance while lowering energy consumption and providing flexible configurations that fit into industry standard racks. The HPE Apollo 2000 is also compatible with the HPE Advanced Power Manager that provides real-time power measurements and control and enables rack-level dynamic power capping.
- Redundant fans and power infrastructure with up to two 1400W power supplies.
- Increased storage flexibility with options that support SAS/SATA/SSDs.
Density Optimized for Traditional Data Centers
Up to four independent, hot-pluggable server nodes in one chassis, delivering twice the compute density as 1U rack-mount servers.
Front hot-pluggable drives and rear serviceable nodes.
Cost effective configurations for various workloads.
Flexible Configuration for a Variety of Workloads
Mix and match 1U and 2U servers for workload optimization. Partially populate the chassis and scale out as you grow.
HPC performance with accelerators, top bin processors and broad range of I/O options.
Storage Flexibility for Workload Optimization
12 LFF or 24 SFF drive cage options.
Includes an option for SAS Expander to enable flexible allocation of drives per server node.
Simple at Scale – it’s HPE ProLiant Gen9
HPE Advanced Power Manager (HPE APM) enables aggregate and detailed level of power measurement and control of servers/groups of servers.
Provides static and dynamic capping of power across the nodes.