What is it?
- New Open Box deal on HPE P24742-B21 ProLiant DL360 Gen10 Network Choice Server 63 Percent Off MSRP
- HPE Part Number P24742-B21
- HPE ProLiant DL360 Gen10 Network Choice Server
- 1U rack-mountable
- 2-way 1 x Xeon Gold 6226R / 2.9 GHz CPU
- 32 GB RAM
- 8 SATA Hot-swap 2.5 inch bays
- No HDDs are included, but we can help you fill the 8 drive bays
- 10Gb 2-port 562FLR-T Adapter
- 800W power supply
- No OS
Full specs on this server and its CPU can be found at our main site here:
How much is it?
MSRP = $8,119
Selling price = $2,950
Selling price is of the day of this blog post. It might be best to just call (231-492-0286). Or, use the form at the end of the page for our current individual and bulk pricing as there’s a good chance it could be lower.
How do I get one?
We have them at main site here:
Or, again call (231-492-0286). Or, use the form at the end of the page.
Why we like it:
This HPE ProLiant DL360 Gen10 Server is a complete and flexible workhorse of a server.
It supports the Intel Xeon Scalable Processor Family with up to 28 cores, plus 2933 MT/s HPE DDR4 SmartMemory supporting up to 3.0 TB max.
It also includes HPE Persistent Memory, HPE NVDIMMs and 10 NVMe.
The DL360 is a dense platform That can be the core of your virtualization, serve files, join the cloud, offer speedy access to database apps, and more.
It’s a Swiss Army Knife of servers.
We really like the “Silicon Root of Trust” in these Gen10 servers.
It’s baked right into the firmware and acts kind of like a fingerprint. So, if the server is tampered with and the “fingerprint” doesn’t match up, the server won’t boot.
Hopefully, you’re not rebooting your server on a regular basis, so this protection is also ongoing while the server is running.
It acts like a connection between HPE silicon and its “Integrated Lights Out” (ILO) firmware.
If there is a problem, the “Silicon Root of Trust” attempts to recover the correct code, and if it fails, that’s where the “no boot” comes in.
HPE builds zero-trust security into everything from silicon to data, and apps, and from the edge to the cloud.
They call this “security and resiliency by design” and it starts with Zero-trust security, which assumes a breach will occur.
HPE’s GreenLake Hybrid Cloud is available for this Gen10 server. It started in 2018, and is built on top of HPE’s OneSphere cloud management SaaS console. GreenLake provides cloud management, cost control, and compliance control capabilities, and will run on AWS and Microsoft Azure. GreenLake includes cloud data services for containers, machine learning, storage, compute, data protection and networking through its GreenLake Central portal.
GreenLake provides you with the ability to keep your existing infrastructure, but modernize it, so it looks and feels a lot like the cloud.
GreenLake is also now offering “Silicon on-Demand” so you can have control over exactly how many cores you want to use.
This “Silicon on-Demand” allows you to scale up and down on cores as you need them, saving money in the long run.