In Pictures: HP’s giant ProLiant: The good, the ba...
The device has Advanced Memory Protection that ostensibly recovers from CPU, cache, and memory problems. Hypervisors and operating systems could benefit from this information. It would be lovely to track results in a way that would allow decision support for taking a machine out of service should its failures reach a certain threshold. The problem is that the firmware for Advanced Memory Protection is installed, but it isn’t yet supported by vendors like Microsoft or VMware. HP told us: soon.
In Pictures: HP’s giant ProLiant: The good, the bad, the UEFI