Solution brief

Better TCO for Virtualization

Enterprise-class servers that provide greater VM densities and 34% lower total cost of ownership

Virtualization is an integral part of an optimal infrastructure that adapts quickly to changing business requirements. As more business-critical applications are virtualized, high performance virtual machines (VMs) are required.
HPE ProLiant DL325 Gen10 servers with AMD EPYC processors offer 13% more vCPUs per processor. This translates to higher VM density per processor, and when you factor in the better price performance of the AMD EPYC system on chip (SoC), it translates to 34% lower TCO with 72% savings in software license costs (see figure 1).

HPE ProLiant DL325 Gen10 Server

The HPE ProLiant DL325 server delivers a lower total cost of ownership (TCO) for server virtualization and excels in server consolidation. An HPE ProLiant DL325 with an AMD EPYC 7551P processor offers up to 32 cores and up to 2 TB of memory in a configuration to achieve 3000 VMs per rack. When using 128 GB of memory, this translates to 96 VMs per server with 16�20 GB of RAM per VM.