Expert Recommended: HPE 4 Sockets Servers ProLiant DL580 and DL560

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HPE provides us various series of servers to meet our different needs, such as DL380, DL360, DL380 plus, DL360 plus and so on. Today, we are going to introduce HPE 4 sockets servers, the ProLiant DL580 and DL560.

This figure shows the HPE 4 socket server family:

hpe server group

We have introduced the benefits of HPE Proliant at the post 5 Reasons of Choosing HPE ProLiant Gen 10 Plus Servers. Here, we still want to tell you how powerful the HPE ProLiant is.

HPE ProLiant provides these benefits:

  • Optimization

– Workload Matching

– Workload Performance Advisor

  • Secure

– HPE Silicon Root of Trust

– HPE Secure Compute Lifecycle

– HPE Support of Commercial National Security Algorithm

– HPE Automated Recovery

  • Automation

– HPE InfoSight for Servers

– Increased manageability delivered through HPE Integrated Lights-Out 5

– All-in-one converged management option with HPE OneView

Now, let’s expand those features of DL580 and DL560.

HPE ProLiant DL580 Gen10 server

The 4P 4U HPE ProLiant DL580 Gen10 server has the characteristics of security and high scalability, which can guarantee the computing performance of key business. Its scalable computing performance can meet the needs of large-scale critical workloads and provide higher storage capacity and IO performance than the previous generation products. Its flexible and safe design is suitable for running mission-critical workloads.

Figure 2 shows the front panel of DL580 Gen 10.

hpe dl580 gen10 front

Note:

Quick removal access panel
Box 1 (8 SFF, 6 SFF+2 NVMe or 8 NVMe (supports only 4 NVMe drives) SSD optional)
Box 2 (8 SFF, 6 SFF+2 NVMe or 8 NVMe PCIe SSD optional)
Box 3 (8 SFF, 6 SFF+2 NVMe or 8 NVMe PCIe SSD optional)
Front USB 3.0 port
Power On/Standby button and system power LED button
Health LED
NIC status
UID button
iLO Front Service Port
Front USB 3.0 port
Serial label pull tag
Box 6 (8 SFF)
Box 5 (8 SFF)
Box 4 (8 SFF or Universal Media bay)
Optional USB 2.0 (via Universal Media Bay)
Optional 2 SFF HDD, requires optional Universal Media bay
Optional front display port (via Universal Media Bay)
Optional USB 2.0 (via Universal Media Bay)

Figure 3 shows the back panel of DL580 Gen 10.

hpe dl580 gen10 back

Note:

PCIe Slots (Slots 1-7 top to bottom), requires primary riser
PCIe Slots (Slots 8-14 top to bottom), requires secondary riser (includes tertiary riser)
PCIe Slots (Slots 15-16 top to bottom), requires tertiary riser (included with secondary riser)
Power supply Power LED (max. 4)
Power supply Power connection (max. 4)
HPE Flexible Slot Power Supply, 800W PS shown (max. 4)
Serial connector
Dedicated iLO connector
VGA (video) connector
USB connectors 2.0 (2)
USB connectors 3.0 (2)
Unit ID LED
FlexibleLOM ports (Port 1 on right side)

Table 1 shows the main spec of DL580.

Series HPE ProLiant DL580 Gen10 Server
Processor Up to 4 Intel Xeon scalable processors, and a single processor can have up to 28 cores.
Memory 48 DDR4 memory, up to 2933 MT/s (maximum 6 TB)

Permanent memory, support up to (24) NVDIMM/DCPMM

Hard Disk Up to (48) SFF HDD/SSD hard disks
Slot Optional HPE Universal Media Slot (Optical Drive/Front VGA)
Kit M.2 support kit and 20 NVMe SSD option

SD card kit

Software Standard HPE Smart Array S100i Software RAID

Optional HPE Smart Array basic model and Performance RAID Controllers to cooperate to achieve additional features.

Network Card Pluggable LOM network card or vertical network card, optional types include 1GbE, lOGbE and 25GbE.
PCIE 16 PCI-E3.0 slots (4 FL/FH)
Power Supply 4 FlexSIot 800 W or 1600 W power supplies
Other HPE security encryption, TPM option digital firmware identification and rack intrusion detection

HPE ProLiant DL560 Gen10 server

The secure and high-density 4P 2U HPE ProLiant DL560 Gen10 server provides mission-critical computing performance. Intensive, scalable servers can be used for workloads that need to be expanded. Considerable density, more storage in a 2 U compact chassis, flexible IO, safe design, and ability to run critical business workloads.

Figure 4 shows the front panel of DL560 Gen 10.

hpe dl560 gen10 front

Note:

Optional Optical drive. Requires Universal Media bay
Quick removal access panel
Optional front Display Port (via Universal Media Bay)
iLO Front Service Port
USB 3.0
Serial label pull tag
Drive Box 3. (8 SFF, 6SFF+2NVMe optional)
Optional USB 2.0 (via Universal Media Bay)
Drive Box 1. (Optional Universal Media bay,8 SFF bay or 6 SFF+2NVMe optional)
Optional 2 SFF HDD, requires optional Universal Media bay
Optional USB 2.0 (via Universal Media Bay)

Figure 5 shows the back panel of DL560 Gen 10.

hpe dl560 gen10 back

Note:

PCIe Slots (Slots 1-3 top to bottom, riser shipped standard)
PCIe Slots (Slots 4-6 top to bottom, requires second riser card and second processor)
PCIe Slots (Slots 7-8 top to bottom), requires tertiary riser card and second processor, Not available with 4x Flex Slot power supplies
Power supply power connections
HPE Flexible Slot Power Supply bay 1 and 2 (800W PS shown)
Serial connector
Dedicated iLO connector
VGA (video) connector
USB connectors 2.0 (2)
USB connectors 3.0 (2)
FlexibleLOM ports (Port 1 on right side)

Table 2 shows the main spec of DL560.

Series HPE ProLiant DL560 Gen10 Server
Processor Up to 4 Intel Xeon processor scalable family series, up to 28 cores
Memory 48 DDR4, up to 2933 MT/S (6 TB max)

Permanent memory up to (24) NVDIMM/DCPMM

Hard Disk Up to (24) SFF (maximum), HDD/SSD
Kit M2 configuration kit and 12 NVMe SSD products

Dual SD card boot kit

RAID Support RAID 0/1/10/5/50/6/60 and 1/10 ADM
PCIE 8 PCIe 3.0 slots
Power Supply Support 4 hot-swappable redundant power supplies

If you want to order DL580 or DL560 servers, welcome to visit:

HPE ProLiant DL580 Gen10 Servers 

HPE ProLiant DL560 Gen10 Servers 

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