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Real User
IT Services - Corporate Manager at a tech company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Jul 01 2016

What is most valuable?

We've been with Superdome since Superdome 1 and then we used Superdome 2. We are a large service provider for the Indian region, Northern part of South America and Central America, around the SAP Ecosystem. So all our infrastructure is... more»

How has it helped my organization?

As a service provider, our end customers have looked into us as the company to rely on to manage their core business. So Superdome essentially as the high end platform in the Integrity line has been the way we have given our customers the... more»

What needs improvement?

It's hard to say in terms of improvement, I mean. With the announcement last year from Hewlett-Packard Enterprise that they are no longer supporting a Itanium 2 processors, which means HP-UX is going to die soon in a couple of years.... more»
Real User
Enterprise Architect Infrastructure at a comms service provider with 1,001-5,000 employees
Jan 24 2017

What is most valuable?

We used to use HP-UX and Integrity for the high linear demand on Oracle. For multi-threaded stuff, we used Solaris. But where there was a single thread with high demand, the Solaris boxes were no good. We used to deploy Oracle on HP-UX for... more»

How has it helped my organization?

HP-UX was fast on linear demand. We used to look at applications coming through the front door. We'd analyse whether it was highly threaded or a strong linear demand, and make a choice of HP-UX or Solaris based on that demand.

What needs improvement?

The last problem we had with VSC VMs was no support for Cisco PVLAN. That was a bit of an issue for us 18 months ago. But I think it supports PVLAN now. But, we're moving to x86. We are still deploying OpenVMS on Integrity servers. We've got... more»
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Regional Technology Manager at AMDOCS
Jul 01 2016

What is most valuable?

It's very reliable. It's an old technology so it's very reliable, efficient, and strong. At the time that we used it, it was scalable so we were able to put as much CPU as I wanted up to 64. Now it's something different, but that's basically... more»

How has it helped my organization?

We're able to increase when the customer has growth needs and requirements, we're able to add more functionality on the same hardware without investing or purchasing more, just by the scalability of it, were able to do that faster.

What needs improvement?

It is old technology, so there is not much growth that we can do on it now. If we need to add more, we have already reached the maximum on that Superdome, plus it's huge. It takes a lot of space in the data center power. So it's not from a... more»
Real User
Solution Sales Manager SAP with 1,001-5,000 employees
Dec 06 2017

What do you think of HPE Integrity?

Primary Use Case We use it as a database server for SAP systems, and it is performing very well. • Valuable Features High availability Speed of execution IO capabilities • Improvements to My Organization It is an open system with an HP-UX. It is very close to the Linux operating system, but much more reliable. That is why we have chosen it. • Use of Solution More than five years. • Stability Issues The stability is much more than the industry standard servers because of the higher availability that has been designed into it. • Scalability Issues It scales very well; much better than industry standard servers. Most of the computing is going to be in Linux, so there is not much more engineering going into this system with HP-UX. So, probably not only us, but...
Real User
IT Services - Corporate Manager at a tech company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Jul 01 2016

What is most valuable?

The Integrity Platform has for a while been HP's high availability platform. We've used all of their servers in different models to run all our HP-UX customers. We've also used the ProLiant SS, industry de facto for customers not requesting... more»

How has it helped my organization?

When I talk about Integrity and Superdome, I would have to say we feel the same because Superdome is the top of the line of the Integrity server line, so basically we use the Integrity servers for the largest customers with requests of a high... more»

What needs improvement?

I don't know if Integrity will survive too much because if the Itanium processors are not going to be supportive anymore, I think in the midterm (4 or 5 years), Integrity's going to be replaced by another product line, or HP's going to be... more»
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What is HPE Integrity?

HP Integrity solutions provide an unparalleled portfolio of resilient systems for mission-critical environments. When availability matters, the new HP Integrity NonStop X enables you to stay ahead of your competition by mitigating the risk of downtime and effortlessly meeting your business processing, OLTP, and database requirements all with an industry-standard x86 architecture.
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