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We primarily use the product for normal server purposes, for the running of Windows 2016 or 2019. We also use it for custom network monitoring applications, so we may monitor some of our infrastructure. I would not consider the product to be very specific, as the application is dependent on the HP server. We can post it on any server.
We use it for the 12 VMs we have on it. We are using VMware.
It is mainly an x86 Intel server. There are some versions of AMD processors as well. You can use it for many purposes. You can use it as a web server, a backup server, a database server, or an application server. You can use it for any main purpose for which you need a server. It is mainly on-premises, but you can also deploy it in a cloud.
We use it for virtualization. We are using its latest version.
We have installed VMware on DL Server, and the operating system sits on this DL Server host.
The product can be used as a host.
We still use this solution, but we're actually using an older version. Within our organization, there are roughly 10 users, using this solution. Although we are happy with HPE ProLiant DL Servers, we are looking to replace them shortly.
Our primary use for this product is our electronic faxing system. We have a number of applications that are hosted on it, working together.
We use this solution for everything. We use it for payment solutions and for the switch. It is currently deployed on-premises, but we are moving to a private cloud because our requirements have really grown over the years.
The main use for the last order was for the applications and other items around an electronic fencing system.
We are using these servers as cluster nodes. We are running VM with Hyper-V.
We are a solution provider and the ProLiant DL Servers are one of the products that we implement for our customers. They are primarily used as domain controllers and file servers. One of our customers also uses them for Nutanix.
One of our customers wants some on-premises rack servers and AD servers. I suggested buying an HPE server and doing virtualization on that. We are considering HPE ProLiant Gen9 Servers.
We use HPE Proliant DL Servers as rack servers.
My primary use of this solution is for mathematical models that we develop and buy. The mathematical models are being bought from companies like Siemens, General Electric, SMS, and DMAC Group. Primarily these companies give us this software, we buy it from them, they make mathematical models for steel plants and we also make our own models. I also have around 40 portals that I'm running on that I had developed and maintained. I use the DL servers to host the databases and the portal.
I used it for building an application, database middleware servers. It performed very well for my needs.
Virtualized servers, failover production and dev/test environments of Linux and Windows guests.
We are comparing Dell and HPE edge servers. Any tips for what we should take into account when choosing between the two?