HPE ProLiant DL385 Gen10 Server
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HPE PROLIANT DL385 GEN10 SERVER - PRODUCT DETAILS
Do you need a platform purpose-built to address your High Performance Computing, virtualized, and memory-centric workloads? Try something EPYC. Hewlett Packard Enterprise is extending the worlds' most secure industry standard servers1 to include the HPE ProLiant DL385 Gen10 server, utilizing the AMD EPYC 7000 Series processors. This platform has been designed with the security you need and the flexibility you require to accommodate demanding enterprise workloads. With up to 64 cores, up to 32 DIMMs, or 4 TB memory capacity and support for up to 24 NVMe drives, the HPE ProLiant DL385 Gen10 server delivers a low cost virtual machine (VM) with unprecedented security.
- HPE ProLiant DL385 Gen10 server has security protection built in across the server life cycle starting with silicon root of trust. Only Hewlett Packard Enterprise offers industry standard servers with major firmware anchored directly into the silicon.
- Millions of lines of firmware code run before server operating system boots. What's more, with Runtime Firmware Validation, enabled by HPE iLO Advanced Premium Security Edition, the server firmware is checked every 24 hours verifying validity and credibility of essential system firmware.
- Secure Recovery allows server firmware to roll back to the last known good state or factory settings after detection of compromised code.
- The AMD EPYC processor provides several security related features, including AMD secure processor, secure memory encryption (SME), and secure encrypted virtualization (SEV). These features are used to help enable key security functionality including Secure Root of Trust, Secure Run, and Secure Move.
- HPE ProLiant DL385 Gen10 server supports industry standard technology leveraging the AMD EPYC 7000 Series Processor with up to 32 cores, 12 Gb SAS and 4.0 TB of HPE DDR4 SmartMemory.
- Supports up to three double wide or five single wide graphic processing units (GPUs) for workload acceleration.