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Virtualized servers are growing at almost twice the rate of the overall server market, facilitating server consolidation and better equipment utilization. As this technology becomes more prominent, you may want to evaluate your options to ensure that you are getting the greatest value and performance for your money.

RHEV running on HP ProLiant servers is a proven enterprise-grade virtualization platform, offering leading performance, scalability, and military-class security for your virtualized deployment—offering 60-80% cost savings over proprietary alternatives.

RHEV is built on Kernel-based Virtual Machine (KVM), which is part of Red Hat Enterprise Linux, making Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization a natural choice for Linux workloads, and a viable option for Windows workloads as well.

The entire platform is available through HP—including RHEV subscriptions and support, and implementation and consulting services for larger deployments, ensuring a well-managed customer experience.

You can consider Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization on HP ProLiant servers for any of the following:
  • Server consolidation
  • Hardware abstraction
  • Private cloud substrate
  • UNIX to Red Hat Enterprise Linux migration

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