HPE Proliant ML Overview

HPE Proliant ML is the #1 ranked solution in our list of top Tower Servers. It is most often compared to Dell PowerEdge T: HPE Proliant ML vs Dell PowerEdge T

What is HPE Proliant ML?
HP ProLiant ML expandable tower servers are ideal for remote and branch offices in need of low-risk networking, file-and-print and shared Internet access solutions, and provide maximum internal storage and I/O flexibility. Many small to medium-sized businesses rely on HP ProLiant ML expandable tower servers for the highest level of efficiency, insight and control. HP expandable servers deliver decades of engineering and integration experience designed to speed the implementation of new business computing technology.

HPE Proliant ML is also known as HP Proliant ML.

HPE Proliant ML Customers
Kenya Ports Authority, RAK Ceramics, Continental Resources
HPE Proliant ML Video

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Purchasing and Vendor Manager at a tech vendor with 501-1,000 employees
It allows users to manage it remotely if something happens
Senior Data Center Analyst at a healthcare company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Some of the valuable features are consistency, quality, and dependability.

What other advice do I have?

Do your research and make sure that it fits your solution. There are so many new options out there.
Senior IT Technician at a local government with 1,001-5,000 employees
Highly compatible and dependable servers that last.

What other advice do I have?

This solution has average security, but only for education purposes. We have standard encryption. We inquire about the newest product that is coming out, and then we look at the cost-efficiency for how much it's capable of doing for what we need. If it's too big of a jump, then we will opt-out of that option, and look for an everyday solution. We're talking about primary and secondary skills. We haven't got thousands and thousands of pounds to pay for them. I've used HPE in the past. I know it works out of the box. I won't change since it works. If you want cheap, then you get cheap. If you…
Senior Systems Engineer - Storage and Virtualization at a legal firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
They are just as reliable as the blade servers.

Valuable Features

ProLiant is the industry standard and the most popular selling rack mount server in the history of rack mount servers. We use them out of momentum.

Room for Improvement

The quality of the cases has gone down. They flex a lot.

Use of Solution

I’ve used the product for more years than I care to count.

Stability Issues

They are a very stable product for us and are just as reliable as the blade servers.

Scalability Issues

We use them for remote offices, normally in pairs, and we haven’t had any issues. They’re easy to work on and can deal with tight quarters where it is really hot.

Customer Service and Technical Support

HP support is very good. I've never had an issue with it. HP stands behind their product so they work hard to fix issues.

Other Advice

Manager Architect And Solution Manager at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
The most important feature for us is that they're simple to manage for administrators and IT infrastructure teams. The software needs some improvement for implementing updates.
Senior Process Manager - Server Domain Architect at a comms service provider with 10,001+ employees
We're standardized with these servers with the accompanying support and hardware. It makes things much more efficient for us to maintain and operate.

Valuable Features

We use the standard version of these servers. They're very useful for us and are the only servers we use for all our server needs.

Improvements to My Organization

We're standardized with these servers with the accompanying support and hardware. It makes things much more efficient for us to maintain and operate. Plus, it's easy for staff to manage.

Use of Solution

We first used them 25 years ago, and therefore have many different generations of them. We actually have thousands of them in our data centers.

Deployment Issues

They deploy without issues.

Stability Issues

We have stability problems when we install new generations, but they're usually resolved within six months or so.

Scalability Issues

It's very scalable.

Customer Service and Technical

Infrastructure Manager at a tech services company with 501-1,000 employees
We've seen the most improvement in change in continuities, where each time we move new hardware, it's more and more effective.
Chris Rodinis
Vice President at a tech vendor with 51-200 employees
Good for data centers and SMB enviorments

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I can update this soon with benchmark results and also coming soon is memory configurations.