Best Practices Guide:
Nutanix on HPE® ProLiant®
Special considerations and guidance for datacenter administrators deploying Nutanix on HPE® ProLiant® servers
Combining HPE® ProLiant® rack-mount servers with the Nutanix Enterprise Cloud OS gives you the flexibility to build a compute and storage infrastructure on hardware of your choice. With streamlined administration, you can manage a fleet of servers and easily perform tasks like upgrading hardware and firmware that otherwise can be cumbersome.
These best practices walk you through key system design issues, from procurement to configuration and deployment.
Download this best practices guide for:
- Help selecting the appropriate Nutanix-supported HPE® ProLiant® hardware for your environment, based on configurations that Nutanix has validated and tested for functionality and performance.
- General Nutanix best practices as well as guidance specific to HPE® ProLiant® management and networking.
- An introduction to critical components including the Integrated Lights-Out (iLO) connector port, Smart Update Manager (SUM), HPE® OneView, and Service Pack for ProLiant® (SPP).
- Simplified directions for complex tasks such as network configuration that are unique to HPE® ProLiant® and Nutanix environments so your finished design can be error-free.
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