What operating systems are supported on the ProLiant dl360 G7?
Operating systems and virtualization software support for ProLiant Servers
- Microsoft Windows Server.
- Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL)
- SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES)
- Oracle Solaris.
- Citrix XenServer.
What is HPE G7?
Product description. The HP ProLiant DL380 G7 Server continues to deliver on its heritage of engineering excellence with increased flexibility and performance, enterprise-class uptime and HP Insight Control manageability, 2 socket Intel Xeon performance, and 2U density fora variety of applications. top.
Where are HP servers made?
Chippewa Falls Wisconsin
HPE has a manufacturing facility in Chippewa Falls Wisconsin. There, it has vetted personnel that can assemble the server. We also asked HPE, and they said they have met the requirements for getting a Country of Origin USA label.
What is the HP ProLiant dl360 G7?
The HP ProLiant DL360 G7 combines performance, intelligent power and cooling management with IT management tools and essential fault tolerance, all optimized for space constrained installations.
Will this option work on dl360 g6/g7 servers?
This option will work on both DL360 G6 and G7 servers. NOTE: Optical/DVD cannot be used with this option. NOTE: Integrated DVD/Optical drive option is supported on 4 Hard drive models only. NOTE: No more than two 10GbE I/O devices are supported in a single ProLiant server.
What power cord does my ProLiant DL server come with?
ProLiant DL servers are primarily connected to PDU’s in data center racks so they ship standard with only a PDU power cord (416151-B21). If a user wishes to power a ProLiant DL server using a standard wall receptacle (NEMA-15), the NEMA power cord must be ordered separately and the server will be shipped with both cords.
What HP products are supported through Factory Express?
HP products supported through Factory Express include a wide array of servers and storage: HP Integrity, HP ProLiant, HP ProLiant Server Blades, HP BladeSystem, HP 9000 servers as well as the MSAxxxx, VA7xxx, EVA, XP, rackable tape libraries and configurable network switches.