Solution brief

Deliver exceptional hyperconverged performance

The HPE ProLiant DL385 Gen10 server has been designed with flexibility while delivering a high maximum core count and large memory footprint. Choose this purpose-built platform for virtualization.

When planning a virtual desktop infrastructure, the number of virtual desktops per node is a key metric that decision-makers consider. The HPE ProLiant DL385 Gen10 server powered with AMD EPYC processors includes highest core count, highest memory bandwidth, and a large number of virtual desktops per server, proves to be an excellent choice for deploying virtual desktops in a hyperconverged environment.
HPE ProLiant DL385 Gen10 enables you to run a large number of virtual desktops per node with few servers to support an impressive total of 700 virtual desktops. This helps you reduce the number of physical servers needed, as well as decreases CAPEX and OPEX.

Tested with Login VSI

Login VSI is the industry-standard virtual desktop load-testing tool. With the Login VSI benchmark, you can model the performance, scalability, and availability of typical virtual desktop environments based on their synthetic user technology. Login VSI uses Microsoft Office and other knowledge worker applications to determine response times.