HP ProLiant servers
Simple, affordable computing
Solution Guide
Entrusting your business to a server helps you
protect important information and enhance the
efficiency of key processes, while also laying
a reliable foundation for growth in whatever
direction – and at whatever pace – suits you.
Choosing an HP ProLiant server makes it simple
and affordable. And this guide outlines why.
What this guide contains
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Why deploy your first server? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Why upgrade an existing server network? . . . . . . . . . . . 6
New technologies for advanced capabilities . . . . . . . . . . 8
Choosing a suitable server . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Scenario 1: First server network . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Scenario 2: More advanced server network . . . . . . . . . 14
Making your IT easier to own . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
HP ProLiant server portfolio overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
The reliable answer to business change
If there’s one constant in business, it’s change.
For companies that rely on paper-based processes, it might be as simple as a client
switching to e-mail, meaning you can no longer invoice by fax. And even with some
basic IT in place, you must protect and share information while ensuring you can flex
on demand. Relying on PCs alone can lead to information being lost. A server offers
a much more robust and flexible solution.
For companies with limited or no IT staff, identifying, deploying and managing
the right server may seem a daunting and expensive challenge. In fact, you can
purchase a server for as little as the cost of a sophisticated desktop. And the cost
of deploying and maintaining it is lower than that of data loss or inefficient
resource sharing.
How can this guide help?
HP ProLiant server solutions – part of the HP Smart Office Portfolio – combine
smart advice, smart technology and smart services to help ensure simplicity and
affordability from the start.
This guide can help, by focusing on the process and benefits of:
• Deploying a first server
• Upgrading and expanding an existing server network
• Selecting the appropriate model, options and services
Plus, you can always turn to a local HP partner for any further details.
deploy your
first server?
Until now, you may have relied on interconnected PCs to share files, printers and
resources, perhaps using one PC as a central storage resource. Although adequate
for one to five users, this “peer-to-peer” setup can restrict growth, reduce access
speeds, and make it difficult to protect information so it’s available when you need it.
A server-based network provides the same essential networking capabilities (e.g.,
data access, e-mail and applications for other computers), but adds a host of other
essential capabilities too.
Superior reliability
To keep operations running, server components are engineered for reliability. E.g.,
data can be “mirrored” from one hard drive to another so that, if the primary drive
fails, you can still access your data. This redundancy feature is available on components
such as power supplies and cooling fans too.
Robust data protection
Whereas peer-to-peer setups can be highly susceptible to attack, servers provide
a more robust foundation for data and business protection. You can easily install
a firewall, anti-virus software, or connect simple backup-and-restore devices (e.g.,
tape drives).
Enhanced productivity
With the ability to access a centralised repository of applications and data at speeds
typically two to three times quicker than on peer-to-peer networks, staff are instantly
more efficient.
Reduced administration and cost
A server enables better control of hardware and data assets. Users can access
information and applications without conflicts, and support partners can manage
effectively with a single view of the network.
Why choose HP ProLiant servers?
For business protection
• World-class reliability, availability and security based on engineering
excellence, intensive testing and industry-leading partnerships
• Wide selection of optional or standard redundant components
• Add optional HP StorageWorks tape drives with HP One-Button Disaster
Recovery for rapid data backup and restore
For outstanding value
• Broad range of affordable servers, configurations and options
• Flexible approach – select only what you need to help keep acquisition
costs low
• HP experts help you make the best choices, boosting efficiencies and
reducing costs over a lifetime of ownership
For hassle-free ownership
• Single point of contact for end-to-end coverage and unmatched expertise
• Microsoft Windows Server™ 2003 operating system available preloaded
on some models
• Range of HP Care Pack Services available for installation, startup and
ongoing support from a local partner
• Comprehensive management via HP Systems Insight Manager software –
support partners can monitor server health and fix potential failures before
they affect operations
For a simple visual representation of a first server network, turn to page 14.
Why upgrade
an existing
If you already operate a small server network, there are a number of reasons to
consider upgrading or expanding it with the capabilities of new or additional servers.
Increased performance and availability
Under pressure to keep services available and achieve more in less time?
Technologies to boost server availability and performance are constantly
advancing. For instance, with HP you can easily upgrade or refresh existing
servers without a huge acquisition cost.
Migrating from an outdated operating system
If you run either Microsoft® Windows NT® 4.0 or Windows® 2000, you’re
potentially at risk from, for example, new virus threats because Microsoft no
longer supports these outdated systems. Migrating to the newer Microsoft
Windows Server™ 2003, on up-to-date server hardware built to run it,
ensures ongoing performance and security.
Coping with increased workloads
If your server is now running far more than the one or two applications you originally
deployed it for, performance may be slow and unreliable. By spreading the load
over two or more servers, you can dedicate mail and messaging, database, web
hosting and more to only the departments that need them, for greater performance,
reliability and cost efficiency.
For file and print, you may wish to deploy a storage server, with superior storage
capacity and expansion possibilities. HP ProLiant storage servers even come with
the optimised operating system, Windows Storage Server 2003, preinstalled.
Why choose HP ProLiant servers?
To capitalise on change
• Consistently first in delivering breakthrough technologies at affordable prices
• Comprehensive choice of servers, configurations, operating systems, processors,
storage, software and more to help you expand in the right direction
• Consistency in components (e.g., hard drives, memory and network adaptors)
means there’s no need to start over or re-train staff when you grow
To simplify network management
• HP Systems Insight Manager (HP SIM) provides single-console monitoring
and management of your expanded IT infrastructure
• HP ProLiant Essentials software provides modular tools to expand server capabilities
with rapid deployment, remote management and more
• Reliable, easy-to-own technologies integrate seamlessly with each other, and
your existing HP and standards-based IT
To grow with confidence
• HP’s heritage of standards-based innovation helps lower costs and mitigate
risk by delivering a better fit across products and solutions
• Get the right technology at the right price – and do business where and how
you want – with HP or one of thousands of resellers and service partners
• Overcome any budget restrictions by acquiring your solution with flexible
financing terms
To see how a more advanced network using several dedicated servers might look, turn to page 16.
New technologies for
advanced capabilities and
a lower cost of ownership
To protect current investments in HP technology, the following options are engineered
for seamless integration with each other, and with previous-generation HP products,
components and management software. They are also ideal for first-time server
purchasers seeking advanced capabilities from day one.
Dual-core processors from AMD and Intel®
HP offers a broad portfolio of ProLiant servers featuring dual-core processors from
both AMD and Intel. The new HP ProLiant BL25p, BL30p and BL45p blade servers
feature the latest AMD Opteron™ 200 series dual-core processors to help eliminate
system architecture challenges and bottlenecks, while the HP ProLiant ML110 G3
Server features Intel Pentium® D dual-core processors for greater performance in a
compact chassis.
Optimum storage performance
To meet your specific storage needs adequately and affordably, all HP platforms now
support universal hard disk drives. A choice of traditional SCSI or next-generation
Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) drives available from HP means you can allocate storage
according to the importance of the data you wish to store. This new serial interface
augments performance and allows greater density by reducing drive size to small
form factor.
So, when you need storage to support high workloads or mission-critical
applications, choose SAS drives. Their benefits include:
• High performance (3-Gb/s transfer speeds)
• Superior reliability
• 50% lower power consumption (with 2.5-inch drives)
For data that you access less often, you can save unnecessary expense by using lowcost SATA drives instead. And, to optimise your storage, you can install a mix of both
SAS and SATA drives in the same enclosure*, for a future-proof infrastructure that
also protects your existing storage investments.
* So long as the system is an inherent SAS system.
Ongoing data protection
As you change and grow your disk storage, it’s important to protect your business
and its data assets. HP Smart Array controllers ensure the flexibility, reliability and
manageability you need, enabling you to:
• Safely deploy large-capacity drives and create large storage volumes
• Establish cost-effective data protection
• Implement highest-level fault tolerance – e.g., through
RAID 6 or ADG (Advanced Data Guarding) technology
Compatibility between controllers makes them simple to upgrade and expand into
larger, shared-storage environments. They support both SATA and SAS universal hard
drives. And your technical support team or partner can easily optimise, troubleshoot
and expand configurations using a single, consistent interface.
Increased network efficiency
HP continues to evolve traditional networking technologies to keep you working at
the speeds you demand. With HP multifunction network adaptors, for example, you
can run either cluster, storage (iSCSI) or network interconnection from the same
device reducing TCO while increasing server performances with support of TOE
(TCP/IP Offload Engine) and RDMA (Remote Direct Memory Access) functionalities.
For even greater efficiency, you can manage and adapt network paths dynamically
using the HP ProLiant Essentials Intelligent Networking Pack, increasing performance
and availability without adding the cost of a complicated network hardware solution.
It also provides Virus Throttle technology to reduce virus threats before they spread to
the entire network.
HP ProLiant options
Choosing a suitable server
HP offers a complete portfolio of options built around ProLiant servers to help you
adapt to continuously changing business needs, simply and affordably. These ensure
best-in-class hardware, software and services integration, and enable you to meet
your specific needs for performance, capacity, availability, manageability and
infrastructure – thereby unleashing the full power of your HP ProLiant solution. Find
out more at: www.hp.com/eur/hpoptions
The following table provides a simplified guide to choosing the most
appropriate server for your business needs and environment, based on
the applications you need to use it for and the number of users it is
intended to support. Detailed information, including recommended servers
for database applications, is available from local HP channel partners.
1 – 25 users
25 – 75 users
75 – 400 users
400 – 1000 users
Things to consider
Pure file and print
HP ProLiant ML110
Storage Server
• Amount of memory will determine print-management speed.
• All ProLiant storage servers come pre-configured with Microsoft Windows Storage Server 2003.
HP ProLiant ML110 Server
HP ProLiant ML150 Server
HP ProLiant ML310 Server
HP ProLiant ML350
Storage Server
HP ProLiant ML370
Storage Server
(SBS solutions support
up to 100 users approx.)
HP ProLiant ML370
Storage Server
Microsoft Windows Small
Business Server™ 2003
(SBS 2003) – can be preloaded
on select server configurations
HP ProLiant ML110
Storage Server
HP ProLiant ML350
Storage Server
HP ProLiant ML150 Server
HP ProLiant ML350 Server
Linux® Small Business Suite – can
be preloaded on select server
File and print + all-purpose on Linux
(Novell OES, Red Hat, SuSE)
HP ProLiant ML150 Server or
HP ProLiant ML350 Server
File and print + all-purpose on
HP ProLiant ML110 Server
HP ProLiant ML310 Server
HP ProLiant ML150 Server
HP ProLiant ML150 Server
HP ProLiant ML350 Server
HP ProLiant ML350 Server
HP ProLiant ML370 Server
• Install requires at least 768 MB of memory.
• Allocate up to 2.5 GB of disk space per user.
• SBS requires a Client Access License (CAL) for every user or shared device.
• Choice of SBS 2003 Standard and Premium editions available; both can be pre-installed on.
selected ProLiant server models – find out more at www.hp.com/go/windowssbs
HP ProLiant ML370 Server
Domain controller
(concurrent users)
HP ProLiant ML150 Server
HP ProLiant ML350 Server
Security (IP nodes)
HP ProLiant ML110 Server
Web server
(concurrent users/min)
HP ProLiant ML150 Server
HP ProLiant ML110 Server
HP ProLiant ML150 Server
HP ProLiant ML150 Server
HP ProLiant ML350 Server
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HP ProLiant ML350 Server
HP ProLiant ML350 Server
HP ProLiant ML370 Server
• At least 1 GB of memory, required by the multiple applications contained in SBS.
• Allocate 0.5– 2.5 GB for each user for data storage.
• HP offers the OS factory-installed or on CD.
• File and print is not CPU-intensive. Adding a second processor for this alone will have no
significant impact, but is recommended for running additional applications.
• Amount of memory will determine print-management speed.
• Windows requires at least 256 MB of storage space; 512 MB is recommended.
• With an additional 512-MB memory, this file-and-print server can also be used as the
domain controller.
• Having separate domain controllers in an SMB environment is highly unlikely; an existing system is
often used as the domain controller. In the past, HP has recommended using a file and print server
as the domain controller. The easiest approach is to add 512 MB of memory to any system that is
going to be a domain controller.
• Disk I/O is important in e-mail performance.
• If running third-party anti-virus/anti-spam software on the same server, add a CPU and an
additional 512 MB of memory for every 100 users.
• At least 1 GB of memory is required.
• HP provides pre-installed HP Firewall/VPN ProLiant Server models for rapid deployment.
• Web-server performance is determined by the type of content. Static content changes very little, and
mostly affects the amount of storage required (it has minimum impact on CPU). Response times can
be increased by the addition of more memory thanks to memory content coaching. Dynamic
content consists of scripts, java code, etc – and can change often. It impacts all facets of the server,
therefore requiring faster processors, more memory and faster disk drive speeds.
expertise centre at: www.hp.com/eur/ssec
Typical small business
server solutions
The following are typical “before and after” scenarios
showing how companies can deploy HP ProLiant servers
to suit specific business needs, situations and environments.
First server network
HP Compaq dc7600
Business Desktop
ProCurve Switch 2600-PWR
series models
HP T750
Power Supply
Color LaserJet 4730
Multifunction Printer
HP ProLiant
Server ML310
Recommended: integrated tape
drive for backup and restore,
e.g., HP StorageWorks DAT 72
USB Tape Drive:
• 72-GB capacity with data
• Instant backup, ready to use in
under 60 seconds
Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2003
• File/print
• Communication/collaboration
• Secure Internet/intranet
• Backup and restore
HP ProCurve Secure
Router 7000dl series
This scenario shows a simple client/server network setup, in which several user
PCs access a central resource for data and applications, Internet connection, e-mail,
printer sharing and more.
A company that relies solely on interconnected PCs may experience the following
limitations in its IT setup:
• Suitable only for 1– 5 users
• Insufficient security for important information and processes
• Poor reliability – especially when the central ‘server’ PC is used as a
workstation too
• Limited performance and expansion possibilities
• Long print queues and regular printing errors
• Individual dial-up or inefficient Internet/e-mail systems
• Unsuitable for database applications
By moving to a client/server network built around an HP ProLiant server preloaded
with Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2003 (part of the Microsoft Windows
Server System family), the same company can introduce an infrastructure that:
• Provides faster access and processing for 5–100 users; more effective file,
application and resource sharing; and greater expansion possibilities
• Works with any application – including shared database applications
• Offers secure remote access and firewall capabilities
(via the HP ProCurve Secure Router)
• Can be managed centrally (via HP Systems Insight Manager software)
• Ensures greater reliability through disk mirroring and component redundancy, plus
extra resilience against power surges/failures with the HP T750 UPS (which can
protect up to six separate devices)
• Protects the business thanks to easy-to-connect backup technologies (via the HP
StorageWorks DAT 72 USB Tape Drive)
• Gives the network more enhanced file-sharing capabilities (through applications
such as Windows SharePoint Services)
More advanced server network
Main office
HP xw4300
HP StorageWorks Modular
Smart Array 1000 (MSA1000)
• Incl. backup and
restore (shared storage)
HP ProLiant DL380 Server
• Mail and messaging
• Application server
• Database
ProCurve Switch 2600-PWR
series models
HP R1500
HP ProLiant
DL360 Server
• Security
• Web server
HP ProCurve Secure
Router 7000dl series
Home office
Remote office
HP ProCurve
Secure Router
7000dl series
ProCurve Switch
series models
HP ProLiant
ML150 Server
• Application server
HP ProLiant ML110
Storage Server
• File and Print
Color LaserJet 9500
Multifunction Printer
HP Compaq dc7600
Business Desktops
This more advanced example shows how simple client/server networks can be
expanded to support distributed business operations conducted across several
locations. A tiered server environment provides secure communications and access to
multiple servers dedicated to specific applications, as well as to a back-end database
with shared storage.
Companies already running a server network may witness the following
characteristics in their network as the business grows:
• An older operating system (e.g., Windows NT or 2000) that has less functionality
than the latest solutions from the Microsoft Windows Server System family, and is
not as well supported
• Multiple applications running on a single server, hampering performance
By upgrading systems and spreading the application workload across multiple
dedicated servers (running Microsoft Windows Server 2003 or Windows Storage
Server 2003), the company can create an expanded network infrastructure
that supports:
• Up to 250 users simultaneously
• Increased performance from all applications on all servers
• The most up-to-date operating systems
• Dedicated local application servers at remote offices
• Access to main office servers and applications (via the HP ProCurve Secure Router)
• Secure access for home users via easy-to-configure Virtual Private Networks (VPNs)
using the HP ProCurve Secure Router
your IT easier
to own
HP Smart Care Pack Services
To help get and keep systems up and running, HP has combined our most-requested
support services in packages tailored specifically for HP ProLiant servers, and
delivered by certified experts from one of our 3,000 local partners.
HP Smart Care Pack Services helps you plan, use and protect your investments to
your best advantage, accelerating startup of your server and increasing its utilisation,
performance and availability without the need for in-house IT resources. We offer
competitive, preset pricing with upfront payment that makes it easy to meet budget
needs, plus a single point of contact that simplifies administration.
• Startup implementation services
To save time and avoid the hassle of performing integration, startup, implementation
and education yourself, choose from options including a basic installation service,
or installation with product startup.
• Reactive hardware support
High-quality remote and on-site support, with a choice of response times ranging
from next-business-day to 13x5 or 24x7 same-business-day coverage, right up to
our 6-hour call-to-repair commitment – whereby, in 6 hours or less, an HP-certified
engineer will solve the problem remotely or on-site.
• Premium support (combination packages)
Working with your IT team, HP Services engineers deliver onsite hardware support
and over-the-phone software support covering HP products and selected multivendor hardware and software. This service is available 13 hours per day, 5 days
a week (via Support Plus service) or 24x7 (via Support Plus 24).
Find out more at: www.hp.com/hps/servers
The following table indicates the recommended (bold) and other available HP Care Pack Services for the
ProLiant server models identified in this guide.
Startup implementation
Reactive hardware support
Support Plus Support
Plus 24
business day 13x5
MS U4458E2 U4459E,
MS U4475E2 U4476E,
MS U4524E2 U4525E,
MS U4540E2 U4541E,
& startup
Premium support
(combination packages)
Recommended (support service for 3 years) 2 For Microsoft Windows systems
Part numbers listed are for Microsoft Windows, SuSE Linux and Red Hat Linux respectively
HP Care Pack Education Services
To help you make the most of your ProLiant server solution, HP Care Pack Education Services offers costeffective, targeted training to ease implementation, streamline technology migration and consolidation, and
shorten the time to return on investment. You can ensure a more efficient and effective IT environment, and
stay informed about new applications and technologies to strengthen your competitive edge.
Find out more at: http://education.hp.com
HP ProLiant server portfolio overview
The following pages outline the key features of the HP ProLiant server and storage server models identified
in this guide – ideal for customers seeking their first server purchase or a simple, affordable upgrade to
their existing network capabilities.
HP ProLiant servers – ML line
Hard drive bays
HP ProLiant
ML110 G3
1 x Intel Pentium D 3.0
GHz (2x1-MB cache)
or Intel Pentium 4 3.2
GHz (2-MB cache)
or Intel Celeron® 2.53
GHz (256-KB cache)
512 MB std.,
8 GB max.
Broadcom 5721
Gigabit Adapter
2 x 1.0" non-hot-plug
2 x non-hot-plug SATA
Optional SCSI or
SATA RAID controller
HP ProLiant
ML110 G2
1 x Pentium 4
3.2 GHz or
Celeron 2.8 GHz
(256-KB cache)
256 or 512 MB std.,
4 GB max.
Intel 82541PI
Gigabit Adapter
Up to 4 SATA hard
drives pre-installed
(depends on model)
Software or hardware
RAID (depending on
HP ProLiant
ML150 G2
Up to 2 x Intel Xeon™
DP 3.2 GHz
(2-MB cache)
512 MB std.,
8 GB max.
Broadcom 5721
Gigabit Adapter
Up to 6 x 1.0" hot-plug Optional SCSI or
or non-hot-plug SCSI
SATA RAID controller
or SATA (depends on
HP ProLiant
ML310 G3
1x Intel Pentium D
3.2 GHz
(2x1-MB cache) or
Intel Pentium 4
3.4 GHz
(2-MB cache)
512 MB std,
8 GB max.
NC320i Gigabit
4x 1" hot-plug SCSI or
HP ProLiant
G4 Server
Up to 2 x Xeon DP
3.4 GHz
(2-MB cache)
512 MB std.,
12 GB max.
NC7761 Gigabit
6 x hot-plug SCSI,
Optional hot-plug
6 x hot-plug SATA/SAS redundant power and
(on G4p models)
system fan
HP ProLiant
G4 Storage
1 x Xeon up to
3.2 GHz
(1-MB L2 cache)
512 MB or 1 GB std.,
8 GB max.
NC7761 Gigabit
2 x 1" hot-plug preinstalled for the OS,
up to 4 x hot-plug
pre-installed for the
user data, choice of
SCSI or SATA models
HP ProLiant
G4 Server
Up to 2 x Xeon DP
3.6 GHz
(2-MB cache)
1 GB std., 16 GB max. NC7781 Gigabit
6+2 x hot-plug SCSI or Zoned system cooling,
8 x hot-plug SATA/SAS hot-plug components
and optional fully
redundant fans (3+3)
HP ProLiant
G4 Storage
1 x Xeon 3.4 GHz
(1-MB L2 cache);
dual processors on
High Performance
Model (HPM)
1 GB std. (or 2 GB std. NC7781 Gigabit
on HPM), 4 GB max.
2 x 1" hot-plug SCSI
pre-installed for the
OS,up to 6 x hot-plug
SCSI pre-installed for
the user data
Optional hot-plug
hard drives
Optional hot-plug
redundant power and
system fan, hardware
RAID 0,1, 1+0, 5
Optional hot-plug hard
drives, optional
redundant 1+1 power
supply and 3+3 fans
(standard on HPM),
hardware RAID 0, 1,
1+0, 5, ADG
For further details and complete specifications, visit:
www.hp.com/go/proliant and www.hp.com/go/nas and www.hp.com/eur/hpoptions
Equivalent rack server
Recommended services
Recommended options
HP ProLiant
DL320 Server
• 4-hour, 13x5 Hardware Support
HP ProLiant DL100
Storage Server
• Support Plus (13x5 on-site hardware and
software support)
• HP Installation Service
• The ML110 G2 Storage Server is an optimised
configuration that requires no options
HP ProLiant DL140
• HP Installation Service
UPS (e.g., HP T750)
1x4 USB/PS2 KVM Switch (desktop)
HP 1-GB UNREG PC3200 1 x 1-GB Memory ALL
Backup tape drive (e.g., HP StorageWorks
DAT 40 internal)
HP ProLiant DL320
• 4-hour, 24x7 Hardware Support
• Installation & Startup Service
UPS (e.g., HP T750)
Gigabit Ethernet switch (e.g., HP NC150T)
KVM Switch (e.g., 1x4)
Backup tape drive (e.g., HP StorageWorks
DAT 72 internal)
UPS (e.g., HP T750)
Gigabit Ethernet switch (e.g., HP NC150T)
1x4 USB/PS2 KVM Switch (desktop)
Backup tape drive (e.g., HP StorageWorks
DAT 24 internal)
to 3-3-3
HP ProLiant DL360
• UPS (e.g., HP T1000 XR)
• HP 1-GB memory upgrade
• 72-GB 15K Ultra320 SCSI 3.5-inch, 3-Gb/s SAS
3.5-inch LFF universal hot-pluggable or 250-GB
• Backup tape drive (e.g., HP StorageWorks
DAT 72 internal)
HP ProLiant DL380
Storage Server
• Support Plus (13x5 on-site hardware and
software support)
• HP Installation Service
• For increased redundancy, consider a 2nd NIC
and an additional power supply
HP ProLiant DL380
• 4-hour, 24x7 Hardware Support
• Installation & Startup Service
• UPS (e.g., HP T1000 XR)
• 72-GB 10K 3Gb/s SAS 2.5-inch SFF universal
• HP 2-GB memory upgrade
• Mid-range backup tape drive (e.g.,
HP StorageWorks Ultrium 215 internal)
HP ProLiant DL380
Storage Server
• Support Plus (13x5 on-site hardware and
software support)
• HP Installation Service
• For increased redundancy, consider a 2nd NIC
and an additional power supply
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