Compare Dell PowerEdge M vs. HPE BladeSystem

Cancel
You must select at least 2 products to compare!
Dell PowerEdge M Logo
3,882 views|3,214 comparisons
HPE BladeSystem Logo
6,235 views|4,714 comparisons
Most Helpful Review
Use Dell PowerEdge M? Share your opinion.
Find out what your peers are saying about Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Cisco, Lenovo and others in Blade Servers. Updated: October 2020.
447,546 professionals have used our research since 2012.
Quotes From Members

We asked business professionals to review the solutions they use. Here are some excerpts of what they said:

Pros
"I have compared Dell EMC to other solutions and have found it to be good. The SAN and LAN traffic, manageability, and upgradability are all good."

More Dell PowerEdge M Pros »

"The virtual connect and network management port is a valuable feature.""With just one cable, for redundancy let's say two, you can feed sixteen servers in a single c7000 chassis.""It is a stable, dependable solution.""It is not expensive.""The technical support is good.""It is very stable.""It is easy to scale if you have the licensing.""The solution uses a smaller space in our data centers. It uses less feeder and network cable, which reduces costs."

More HPE BladeSystem Pros »

Cons
"In terms of improvement, it should also offer a hyper-converged option."

More Dell PowerEdge M Cons »

"HPE BladeSystems is an old technology that cannot fit all of the dynamic organizational needs of our company.""The only side that must be improved is the active-passive interconnect module architecture.""There could be more management capability to work with integrations.""Some part of virtual connections needs improvement.""It is lacking in the ability to replicate virtual machines more easily.""The response time in terms of getting technical support assistance could be improved.""They are not selling BladeSystem anymore. The end of the sale of this platform was this year, 2020."

More HPE BladeSystem Cons »

Pricing and Cost Advice
Information Not Available
"It is not expensive, really, in this class of server products."

More HPE BladeSystem Pricing and Cost Advice »

report
Use our free recommendation engine to learn which Blade Servers solutions are best for your needs.
447,546 professionals have used our research since 2012.
Ranking
6th
out of 23 in Blade Servers
Views
3,882
Comparisons
3,214
Reviews
0
Average Words per Review
0
Avg. Rating
N/A
2nd
out of 23 in Blade Servers
Views
6,235
Comparisons
4,714
Reviews
5
Average Words per Review
406
Avg. Rating
7.6
Popular Comparisons
Compared 44% of the time.
Compared 15% of the time.
Compared 80% of the time.
Compared 5% of the time.
Also Known As
HP ProLiant BL Series Servers, HP ProLiant BladeSystem, HP BladeSystem
Learn
Dell EMC
Hewlett Packard Enterprise
Overview

The Dell PowerEdge M-Series blade servers address the challenges of an evolving IT environment by delivering leading enterprise classfeatures and functionality. The M-Series delivers a unique array of options configured to meet the needs of your IT environment both now and in the future.

  • Multiple blade form-factor choices.
  • Long life cycle providing better life cycle management and improved TCO.
  • Modular I/O switches for future scalability.
  • Breakthrough fan technologies for reduction in power consumption.
  • Configuration management via chassis management controller.
  • Persistent MAC/WWN/iSCSI addresses in a switch-agnostic environment.
HP ProLiant BladeSystem share power, cooling, network, and storage infrastructure via the blade enclosure. Since equipment is not needed for each server, you get a dramatic reduction in power distribution units, power cables, LAN and SAN switches, connectors, adapters, and cables. And you can add the newest-generation technologies by simply changing individual components.
Offer
Learn more about Dell PowerEdge M
Learn more about HPE BladeSystem
Sample Customers
Newport City Homes, Neuroblastoma and Medulloblastoma Translational Research Consortium (NMTRC), Georgian College, AgreeYa Solutions, IIHT Cloud Solutions, Arizona State University, AudienceScience, University of the Incarnate Word (UIW), The Translational Genomics Research Institute (TGen), Holy Cross SchoolEMIS Health
Top Industries
VISITORS READING REVIEWS
Computer Software Company30%
Comms Service Provider23%
Government9%
Manufacturing Company5%
REVIEWERS
Financial Services Firm21%
Government9%
Insurance Company7%
Comms Service Provider6%
VISITORS READING REVIEWS
Computer Software Company31%
Comms Service Provider27%
Government8%
Manufacturing Company6%
Company Size
No Data Available
REVIEWERS
Small Business10%
Midsize Enterprise20%
Large Enterprise69%
Find out what your peers are saying about Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Cisco, Lenovo and others in Blade Servers. Updated: October 2020.
447,546 professionals have used our research since 2012.
Dell PowerEdge M is ranked 6th in Blade Servers with 1 review while HPE BladeSystem is ranked 2nd in Blade Servers with 6 reviews. Dell PowerEdge M is rated 9.0, while HPE BladeSystem is rated 7.8. The top reviewer of Dell PowerEdge M writes "Good SAN and LAN traffic, manageability, and upgradability ". On the other hand, the top reviewer of HPE BladeSystem writes "Easy to set up and offers good scalability with a small footprint". Dell PowerEdge M is most compared with HPE Synergy, Super Micro SuperBlade, HPE Superdome X and Fujitsu Primergy BX900 Series, whereas HPE BladeSystem is most compared with HPE Synergy, Cisco UCS B-Series, HPE Superdome X, Super Micro SuperBlade and Lenovo Flex System.

See our list of best Blade Servers vendors.

We monitor all Blade Servers reviews to prevent fraudulent reviews and keep review quality high. We do not post reviews by company employees or direct competitors. We validate each review for authenticity via cross-reference with LinkedIn, and personal follow-up with the reviewer when necessary.