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The HPE Proliant DL120 is a rack server that takes up one unit of space and was intended to combine capacity, redundancy, and flexibility. This server has dependability, power efficiency, and I/O capacity that are on par with those seen in enterprise-level systems. This rack server is perfect for the increasing demands of virtualized and general-purpose workloads, making it an excellent choice for those who want to save on the expense of virtualization licensing.
Small and medium-sized businesses will benefit greatly from the HPE DL120 Gen9 server's 1U compact factor. It is a fantastic contender for a test server for corporate enterprises, in addition to providing a high-density solution for virtualization. One variant of the DL120 G9 supports up to four large format drives (LFF), while the other option supports up to eight small format drives (SFF).
Intel's C610 chipset can work with a single Intel Xeon E5-2600 v3, E5-2600 v4, E5-1600 v3, or E5-1600 v4 CPU with just 4 to 22 cores. The range of supported core counts is from 3 to 4. More cores enable the creation of more instances of virtual computers (VM). The data transmission speed will be either 1866 MT/s, 2133 MT/s, or 2400 MT/s depending on the CPU and RAM that you choose. You can power the system with either a fixed power source of 550W or a redundant power supply of 900W. To fit the hot-swappable 900W redundant power supply units, you need a power backplane that is set up to handle power redundancy.
On the HPE DL120 Gen9, there are a total of eight DIMM slots that can accommodate a maximum of 256GB of memory. There are four channels dedicated to each CPU, and each channel has two DIMM slots. You can put registered (RDIMM) or load-reduced (LRDIMM) modules in your system when you set it up. LRDIMM modules can work at a maximum of 2400MHz when used with a suitable CPU, while RDIMM modules can work at a maximum of 2133MHz. HPE SmartMemory is recommended if you want the memory modules to work as well as possible and if you also want to get more out of them.
The DL120 Gen9 server can accommodate either eight 2.5-inch drives in a chassis designed for eight bays or four 3.5-inch drives in a chassis designed for four bays. Using four of the new 3.5-inch drives with a storage capacity of 10 terabytes each, the system can hold up to 40 terabytes of data. It is pretty remarkable that drives with a 2.5-inch form factor can offer storage capacities of up to 31 terabytes. HDDs and hot-swappable SAS/SATA SSDs are both examples of drive formats. Both of the available chassis designs will be able to support a DVD-ROM or DVD-RW storage device that can be added as an extra. In addition, the system is equipped with either an HPE Dynamic Smart Array B140i controller or an H240 Smart Host Bus Adapter as a standard component. Both of these components are capable of supporting RAID levels 0, 1, 1+0, and 5. There are a number of additional controllers that are supported. Also, the system can work with optional single or dual M.2 solid-state drives (SSDs) that can hold up to 120 GB of data each.
The DL120 Gen9 comes equipped with one low-profile PCIe slot. However, it is possible to support up to three PCIe slots by installing extra risers, which will raise the number of available slots to three PCIe 3.0 slots. The risers that are available include the GPU enablement riser, a full-height half-length PCIe riser, a flexible LOM riser, and a full-height riser. For the Nvidia Quadro K2200 Graphics Accelerator to work with the system, you will need to install the 900W power supply. However, it will work with the system if you use the GPU enablement riser. The system has a twin port NIC as a basic feature, but administrators also have the option of selecting a 1GbE or 10GbE or QDR/FDR Infiniband Networking option for the system. The Matrox G200eH2 video card, which is already built into the system, can support resolutions as high as 1920 x 1200.
HPE provides a wide variety of management tools, which together improve server maintenance and significantly cut down on unscheduled downtime. With HPE's OneView, you can manage your server, storage, and networking environments all from one place. This makes automation better in server, storage, and networking environments. This system is equipped with HPE's Integrated Lights Out (iLO) software as standard. iLO provides administrators with access to information on the health of servers, as well as the ability to monitor and adjust the power and temperature of servers locally or remotely. It is possible to acquire enterprise licenses as an option, which provides administrators with additional administration capabilities. A server may be set up for SMBs using virtual media when they have a license for iLO Essentials. Additionally, they will have complete remote management access through the Integrated Remote Console and a shorter time to resolve issues with proactive email alerts. The iLO Advanced license, which is for use in enterprise businesses, gives you access to the best remote features. Some examples of this include a graphical remote console that supports multi-user collaboration, video recording and playback, and a great deal more. iLO makes it far simpler than it ever has been before to manage your server. With the help of UEFI, which is the standard Unified Extensible Firmware Interface used in the industry, your servers can be set up and started up in a safe way. By helping to guarantee that your system is always running the most recent drivers, Smart Update may assist in reducing any downtime that may occur.
Please refer to the "Configuration Information-Factory Integrated Models" section for information on the standard features that come packaged with the "Factory Integrated Models."
The HPE DL120 Gen9 is a very powerful server that can run both virtualization and a wide range of standard business applications. Docker can help you if you want to look into the possibilities of container-based applications, which offer a higher density than virtualization. The DL120 also works with Windows Server 2016, has a 25Gb network option, and has a 10GB FlexFabric. In addition, the single socket contributes to a decrease in the license expenses associated with virtualization workloads.