How does the HP ProLiant MicroServer compare to the ML110 server?
The HP ProLiant MicroServer is best fit for IT environments with less than 10 clients. It is priced and designed to be the starter server. The ML310e Gen8 server is the next level server for growing businesses that require more expandability and performance in a single socket server.
What is a pluggable drive bay? Does the HP ProLiant MicroServer support pluggable drive bay?
A pluggable drive bay makes it easier to install a new hard drive. Instead of having to wire up the drives to the controller, the drives are seated in drive carriers and inserted into the slot very much like what you would do with hot plug drives.
What is ECC memory?
ECC memory, or Error checking and Correcting memory, helps protect your server from failure due to errors in the transfer of data to and from the memory. Unlike standard memory, ECC memory can actually detect and correct single-bit errors. With standard memory, if even a single-bit memory error occurs, your server stops functioning.
Why should I use a MicroServer instead of using a desktop PC as a server?
The ProLiant MicroServer provides the benefits of a server at a desktop price. There are several important differences between the MicroServer and a desktop PC for server deployment.
The MicroServer supports ECC memory which is a critical feature for server dependability. It is specifically designed for and rigorously tested with server applications in demanding server configurations. This testing cycle ensures optimal performance and dependability when deployed as a server.
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