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Refer to the exhibits.
A customer is growing rapidly, and they need to add as many drives as possible to their MSA 2052 array. You created
the original configuration.
How many drives can be added to the customer array? (Select two)
A. 48 SFF drives
B. 24 LFF drives
C. 12 SFF drives
D. 12 LFF drives
E. 24 SFF drives Answer: A,C,E Question: 22
A customer Has a data center with third-party routers and firewalls You are designing a new data center network
switch architecture consisting of FlexFabric switching for the data network and ArubaOS-Switch switching for the
out-of-band management network.
The customer needs a network management platform with the capabilities to manage and monitor the entire
Which management platform meets the customer requirements?
A. Aruba Central
B. HPE OneView
C. HPE IMC
D. Aruba Airwave Answer: C Question: 23
A client needs a data center network for a highly-virtualized server environment.
They have the following requirements
- 25 Gb connectivity from the servers to the top-of-rack switches
- support for iSCSl storage
- lowest possible latency between their VM farms, which are contained In separate cabinets and connected to
different top-of-rack switches within the data center
- support for Python script interpretation and open APIs
Which networking product line and architecture should you recommend?
A. ArubaOS-Swrtch configured in a spine/leaf architecture with 5406R switches at the spine and 2930M leaf switches
B. ArubaOS-CX configured in a spine/leaf architecture with 8325 switches at the spine and 8320 leaf switches
utilizing VSX between cabinets
C. ArubaOS-CX configured in spine/leaf architecture with 8325 switches at the spine and leaf
D. HPE FlexFabicc configured in a traditional two-tier architecture with 5950 switches at the core and 5940 access
switches configured using IRF stacks per cabinet Answer: A Question: 24
Match each ProLiant solution to its ideal use case Answer: A
4 , 3 , 2 , 1 Question: 25
In which protocol are REST API requests transported?
D. SSH Answer: A
https://techhub.hpe.com/eginfolib/servers/docs/HPRestfultool/iLo4/data_model_reference.h tml Question: 26
A customer recently installed a VMware environment with HPE ProLiants, HPE MSA storage, and Aruba switches.
What should you recommend to the customer to manage their support contracts with HPE?
A. HPE InfoSight
B. HPE Recovery Manager Central
C. Service Pack for ProLiant
D. HPE Insight Online Answer: D Question: 27
You are configuring an MSA 2052 for one of your customers in OCA.
Click on either one of the two places on the Bill of Materials screen that will enable you to verify the configuration and
get details on any errors. Answer: D Question: 28
A customer has a small business office and is concerned that the local storage in their current ProLiant Gen 10 server
with a Linux OS Is reaching maximum capacity
Which solution should you recommend to expand the customerâs data storage capacity?
D. D3000 Answer: D Question: 29
What is the process or writing data to two locations within a single array in real time?
B. business continuity
C. data mirroring
D. clustering Answer: C Question: 30
A local state college is implementing a new VDI cluster to support computer and testing labs.
They have the following requirements:
â Three VMware ESXi Hosts, each with one AMD processor, 1 TB of RAM, 16 Gbps FC Dual Port HBA.
â HPE Nimble AF20 with 17 TB usable capacity.
â Integration into an existing HPE FlexFabric 5710 and HPE SN3000B Fibre Channel SAN switches.
â The solution must fit in 7U of rack space. If the customer needs more capacity in the future, they will use scale-out
Which server model should you recommend to this client?
A. HPE DL385
B. HPE DL380
C. HPE DL360
D. HPE DL325 Answer: B
HP solution providers sold or influenced the sale of about $1 billion in storage products in 2002 and accounted for almost 75 percent of the company's storage sales for the year, said Dan Vertrees, vice president of enterprise partners, Americas region, at HP.
Under the new Partners in Excellence program launched at the conference, authorized HP storage solution providers can sell 121 software SKUs that normally require certification and can qualify for a 6 percent rebate through the end of the year.
HP'S existing CHANNEL PLANS
&gt;&gt; Partners in Excellence program aimed at pushing HP storage software sales. &gt;&gt; Noncertified HP partners
can sell 121 additional SKUs. &gt;&gt; Those software sales can reap 6 percent bonus rebate. &gt;&gt; Partners have until June 30 to become certified.
These partners have to become certified by June 30 or risk losing the rebate after that date, but they can benefit immediately from sales of the 121 additional products, said Ed Burke, HP's director of partner storage sales. "We are giving them the benefit of the doubt now," he said.
Gary Hazard, vice president of Atrion, a Hillsborough, N.J.-based certified HP partner, said at the conference he sees no risk of new competition from noncertified partners. He added that the certification process is a barrier to partners that are not committed to HP's software.
"Also, selling such software is a six-month sales cycle," Hazard said, adding that it is unlikely that noncertified partners would close a deal quickly enough to qualify for the rebate.
Solution providers at the conference applauded when Vertrees also went on to remind them that when they register new business deals, they can get a business bonus for related orders placed within six months of the initial deal.
Some solution providers were surprised they had not heard about the program, which was buried in a flurry of November Partner One announcements, but said they appreciate its flexibility.
Rich Baldwin, president and CEO of Nth Generation Computing, San Diego, said his company was unaware of the incentive. "That's a huge difference for us," he said.
Hazard concurred. "Instead of registering a $20,000 to $25,000 cluster, we can go in deep and wide for six months," he said.
The company also gave its partners a sneak peak at the EVA 3000 storage array, nicknamed "EVA Light." Intended as a lower-cost entry point to the EVA line, the EVA 3000 is expected to be unveiled in mid-April and have a capacity of up to 55 hard drives, HP sources said.
Mon, 11 Dec 2023 04:25:00 -0600text/htmlhttps://www.crn.com/news/storage/18822958/hp-tweaks-incentive-programs-for-storage-solution-providersHewlett Packard Enterprise: Near-Term Growth Slightly Muted, But Long-Term Remains Fine
Readers may find my previous coverage from August 2023 via this link. My previous rating was a buy as I believed Hewlett Packard Enterprise (NYSE:HPE) would continue to execute just as it did previously, driving growth and taking advantage of the secular tailwind in demand for more high-performance computing [HPC] and AI. My previous expectations played out in the latest quarterâs performance, where HPC and AI continued to see strong growth.
I am reiterating my buy rating for HPE as the long-term growth outlook remains bright for HPE. While growth is likely to be muted in the near term due to backlog digestion, which I see as a temporal issue, the thing to note is that underlying demand has not weakened. The demand for HPC and AI remains strong, and demand for storage and compute is stabilizing or recovering.
Financials / Valuation
HPE 4Q23 results on 29th November 2023. 4Q23 performance was in line with consensus expectations. HPE reported revenue of $7.4 billion vs. consensus of $7.4 billion, led by stronger demand for HPC and AI solutions. By segment, compute revenue was down 31% y/y, while HPC and AI revenues were up 37% y/y, Storage revenues were down 13% y/y, and Intelligent Edge revenues were up +41% y/y. Both gross and EBIT margins tracked slightly lower than expected, at 34.8% vs. 35.1% and 9.7% vs. 10.1%. EPS tracked to $0.52 vs. consensus estimate of $0.50, with better non-operating income driving the beat. On a full year basis, HPE reported total revenue of $29.13 billion, growing 2.2% vs FY22, and net income came in at ~$2.3 billion, translating to a margin of 8%. FY23 revenue did not meet my previous expectations, which I attribute to the weakness in traditional compute.
Generally, I am still optimistic on the long-term growth, it is just that I am wrong at the timing of recovery in the near-term. I originally thought that FY23 was going to be the year of recovery, but given that growth is likely to slow down due to backlog digestion in Compute (which is ~50% of total revenue), I revised my growth assumption for FY24 to reflect this. My stance is that customers need to reorder eventually after the backlog depletes, and I expect this to happen in FY25, which will drive growth acceleration to a mid-single digit percentage. My FY24 net income assumption is based on management FY24 EPS guidance, which suggests an improvement in net margin. HPE management has a pretty good track record in meeting its guidance, where over the past 7 years, it has always meet guidance except for 2 occasions (2Q22 and 3Q22). I expect the margin to stay flat in FY25. Overall, I believe HPE is performing well, but from a valuation perspective, it should continue to trade at a discount to peers like SAP, Oracle, IBM, and NetApp because of its weaker growth profile and lower margin. Historically, HPE has traded at a 40% discount to these peers on average. Peers, on average, are trading at ~15x forward PE, and applying a 40% discount equates to ~8x forward PE. As such, I model HPE using 8x forward PE.
While the stock price movement has been choppy, I thought HPE as a business was doing quite well. With $3.6 billion in server orders, including accelerated processing units [APUs], placed with HPE in FY23, the growth outlook is still looking good. In fact, this is an increase of $600 million since the Securities Analyst Meeting [SAM]. Since these orders include GPU-based orders, I am even more convinced that HPE is riding the HPC and AI demand tailwinds. Another interesting development that indicates a potential turnaround in traditional computing demand is that, in the fourth quarter, management noticed a rise in demand for traditional compute AI servers. The demand was driven by the fact that more enterprise customers are looking for turnkey solutions. For context, in FY23 and 4Q23, APUs accounted for 25% and 32% of HPE's total server orders, respectively; supercomputers accounted for less than 10% of APU orders. From a math standpoint, this means growth can accelerate from here as supercomputers become a larger piece of the pie. I am positive that the demand for high-performance PCs will only grow from here as the world continues to leverage more AI powers to function. Note that management's long-term growth guide is double-digit percentage growth. In FY24, they expect revenue growth in HPC and AI to be above their expected trend. The only constraint to growth is the supply of GPUs, so that is something to take note of. While this is a concern from a volume perspective, the negating factor is that pricing is likely to go up if the supply deficit is huge, which HPE can pass through to customers.
Aside from HPC and AI, HPE is also seeing continued momentum in Intelligent Edge. The long-term goals of low double-digit revenue growth and mid-twenties EBIT margins were significantly surpassed by the segment's 40% y/y growth in revenue and 29.5% EBIT margins. However, I would exercise caution when extrapolating this growth, as client digestion of previously placed orders is likely to keep demand for core products (like switching and wireless) soft in the coming quarters. In FY24, management anticipates that Intelligent Edge will see growth that is slightly lower than in FY23. While this is a major decline from the 42% in FY23, I think viewing growth on a 2-year stack basis makes more sense. Assuming FY24 were to grow at 2 to 3% (low single digits), 2-year stack growth is still 40+% in FY24. Not only is Intelligent Edge seeing stabilization, but storage demand is as well. With three straight quarters of stable demand (revenue stable at over $1 billion and growing sequentially, albeit modestly), demand seems to be stabilizing, even though storage revenue fell 15% year over year in 4Q23. I think the outlook for Storage revenue is bright, as HPE should continue to benefit from the mix shift towards HPE Alletra, which is showing tremendous growth of more than 50% y/y. While I am not confident about the near-term volatility of Storage demand, I am confident that long-term Storage demand will continue to grow as the growing demand for AI will drive increased demand for Storage. More AI usage leads to more data, which leads to more storage.
As for traditional Compute, I have quite a balanced view of it after the 4Q23 performance. While revenue was down 31%, the reason appears to be temporal rather than structural. Customers consuming earlier orders resulted in fewer new orders, and converting orders from their backlog more quickly than anticipated was the main cause of the growth slowdown. As customers continue to run down their backlogs, they eventually need to order more. I believe the cycle is already showing signs of turning, as HPE has seen two quarters of sequential improvement in demand in units and stable pricing in 2H23.
Risk & Conclusion
Device sales could fall short of projections if corporate IT expenditures and data center capital expenditures are lower than anticipated. In addition, the recovery in traditional computing might take longer than I expected, which could cause slowdowns in growth.
Summarizing this post, I reiterate my buy rating on HPE. The sustained demand for HPC, AI, and the stabilization in storage and Intelligent Edge are all positive. I've revised my FY24 growth assumptions, foreseeing a rebound in FY25 post-backlog depletion. Notably, the $3.6 billion server orders and the recovering demand for traditional compute AI servers indicate that HPE is benefiting from the secular tailwind for more computing powers.
Fri, 05 Jan 2024 01:26:00 -0600entext/htmlhttps://seekingalpha.com/article/4661341-hewlett-packard-enterprise-near-term-growth-slightly-muted-but-long-term-remains-fineNew year predictions: Haim Levit, HP Industrial Print
Haim Levit, senior vice president and general manager at HP Industrial Print, has seen a wide range of trends this year that look likely to continue into 2024 - not least sustainability, automation, and an ever-predominant balancing act between supply vs demand.
What do you feel were the main trends and key industry developments in 2023? Sustainability solidified its position and is here to stay. As organisations accelerate their sustainability initiatives, printers and converters are looking into how they operate to be more sustainable themselves and also offering more environmentally friendly products to their clients.
There is a responsibility for printers to be transparent in their communications, offering visibility to where materials are sourced, applied and how they are disposed of. From equipment used, to inks and substrates, consumers are more trusting of businesses that are committed to meeting circular economy standards.
The ongoing energy crisis saw printers proactively implementing solutions that allow them to save on energy costs (especially those in Europe), including switching from UV lamps to UV LED, installing solar panels, and realising energy savings by moving old conventional equipment to digital ones.
Goods supply is becoming less trustworthy: in the aftermath of the pandemic, the movement of global freight has faced increasing costs, and production has shifted from predominantly APAC markets to US and European markets. The main benefit for printers and converters being the reduction in traditionally very expensive shipping costs.
For 2024, we anticipate the continued global to local approach with faster turnaround times.
We are also seeing an ever-predominant balancing act between supply vs. demand, particularly in the labels and packaging market. In 2021, brands and converters were occupied with filling the shelves to overcome supply chain issues and meet demand. This shifted during 2022-2023, and we have seen the level of demand begin to decrease amidst the cost-of-living crisis, which is leaving a lasting impact on brands, businesses and converters.
There is a co-creation nation: customers have become increasingly involved in co-creating with brands, and finding their position within the innovation market. It is through social channels we are seeing consumers creatively express their interests, opinions and voice. The end result: brands are identifying creative talent and embedding the consumer perspective into their marketing campaings and product design, to stay ahead.
Printers and converters are focused on digitalising and automating their entire workflow to be more flexible and more agile. In fact, 62% of suppliers surveyed in Eskoâs Packaging Trends survey, conducted in December of 2022, believe automation had the highest positive impact on the way they managed their business in 2022. This number is only increasing, as 73% believe automation will have the biggest impact on packaging in their industry in 2023.
How have the continuing economic and market specific challenges affected you and your customers during 2023 â have you had to do anything differently to adapt/react? The market challenges can be summarised in a few words: exponential growth of jobs to be managed. In this context HP continues to design productive presses but we add technologies going beyond printing processes to ensure the entire production flow is effective. It is critical we tackle productivity in a comprehensive manner with technology and partnerships. To best illustrate these points, the HP Indigo V12 digital press delivers optimal efficiency, flexibility, sustainability and ROI across almost all kind of print volume. The HP 200K is the most productive digital solution for short-run pouch production.
Weâre increasingly seeing new entrants from the commercial printing world breaking into the packaging industry, particularly focused on short-run labels and folding carton â the latter thanks to their equipment that cope with carton stock, like the HP 15K. The commercial printers are as well very familiar with digital printing and fast turnaround times, making them a good partner to work with.
What do you expect to be the main trends, key industry developments, and biggest opportunities for printers in 2024? For now, public attitudes seem surprisingly positive towards AI - at least in relation to workplace applications. AI is poised to create a whole new way of working and within the printing and packaging industry it will probably trigger more versioning of content. They will as well be of significant importance for predictive and preventive maintenance.
(Additional response for this question provided below by John Meiling, HP senior director of marketing and category management OEM inkjet for specialty printing solutions)
Post-pandemic labour costs and shortages will have packaging manufacturers opting for more automation in multiple areas - that can seamlessly integrate onto the factory floor. From pre-press automation software, to colour management, quality control, and of course substrates handling performed by robots.
Major packaging equipment manufacturers are investing in or acquiring robotics companies â eg Durst P5 and Bobst DĂźcker Robotics.Â Within less than five years, factories producing packaging in an 'Industry 4.0' format will become a reality. Although these dark factories will only address a small portion of production, the course has been set. Last, new technologies enable new players to build new business models offering services not available before like what ePac does in flexible packaging around the HP 200K platform.
2D barcodes: As technology advances, 2D barcodes will offer consumers more engaging and informative interactions with brands. High quality printing will be in demand and more serialisation will become reality to the benefits of brand owners who can track and trace all goods across the supply chain.
Increased sustainability regulation: Amid regulation and growing environmental concerns, sustainable packaging will be at the forefront of innovation with a surge in eco-friendly materials over harmful plastics.
What are your hopes and expectations for Drupa 2024? HPâs ambition for Drupa 2024 is to share in depth and comprehensive solutions aiming at answering customers pain points â especially the management of larger amounts of jobs. The HP booth will be a must see to understand how to optimise printing and production workflows, optimise energy and waste, and how HPâs digital presses meet sustainability requirements for printers, converters and brand owners.
From a wider industry perspective, we expect to see digital, automation and sustainability to be at the centre of the communications. HP, in close collaboration with partners, is committed to continue to lead the industry transformation from conventional process to digitalised production processes.
AI (artificial intelligence) has been one of the hot courses of 2023 â what opportunities and threats do you think it poses for print in 2024 and beyond? AI has been around for a long time, and HP has been at the forefront of using AI and analytics for optimising operations and enhancing customer experience. Moving forward, we see the impact of AI, and especially generative AI accelerating the simplification of interaction of humans with print machines and systems. As a direct impact, generative AI will bring a new life of opportunities for digital print, where consumers and customers will increasingly want to print their own creations, each being unique. Now is the period of democratised creativity, and we foresee a deluge of creators. On the operating efficiency side, AI will help simplify print operations, by becoming a human intuitive bridge between tech intensive operating procedures, and complex systems to run press operations.
For print solutions companies like HP, AI is going to help provide superior customer service with predictive interventions preventing downtime, faster resolution with on demand knowledge and significant contextual awareness. And above all, the adoption of these new technologies will help attract young talent to the print workforce, which recently has been a challenge for the industry.
How can suppliers better help printers navigate the challenges and seize the opportunities in 2024? HP, as one of the main equipment manufacturers for the printing and packaging industry, is committed to contributing to making the more flexible, responsive, and adaptive to brand owners' and consumers' requirements. The HP solutions are available now and they will help printers and converters in managing growth, addressing more complex and more demanding printing jobs and new packaging requirements, overcoming environmental constraints, optimising brand owners' supply chain, implementing new regulations, attracting new talent to the industry, developing new business models like web-to-pack, and welcoming new entrants from the commercial printing world is the new packaging landscape. Yes, more will be made available in the future but todayâs HP solutions are robust and already designed to cope with a more digitalised future.
Note: This prediction is taken from a special Briefing article in the new issue of Printweek featuring insights from industry suppliers, hence it does not follow the same question template as the other predictions.
Tue, 26 Dec 2023 19:12:00 -0600entext/htmlhttps://www.printweek.com/content/news/new-year-predictions-haim-levit-hp-industrial-printWhy Is Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) Up 3.5% Since Last Earnings Report?No result found, try new keyword!A month has gone by since the last earnings report for Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE). Shares have added about 3.5% in that time frame, underperforming the S&P 500. Will the latest positive trend ...Thu, 28 Dec 2023 02:30:08 -0600en-ustext/htmlhttps://www.msn.com/Microsoft unveils âCopilotâ key, its biggest update to Windows keyboard in 30 years
NEW YORKÂ â Microsoft is adding a âCopilotâ key that summons an AI-powered assistant with the click of a button in its biggest update to the Windows keyboard in three decades.
The software giant said Thursday that the Copilot key will be coming soon to some new PCs made and sold by a variety of manufacturers that run on the Windows operating system, as it heralded âthe year of the AI PC.â
This means that with the click of a single button, PC users will soon be able to engage with Copilot, the software giantâs AI-powered chatbot, to ask questions or help draft emails.
âThis will not only simplify peopleâs computing experience but also amplify it, making 2024 the year of the AI PC,â Yusuf Mehdi, the executive vice president and consumer chief marketing officer at Microsoft, said in a company blog post announcing the Copilot key.
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The new key will ultimately âmake it seamless to engage Copilot in your day to day,â Mehdi added. Copilot, notably, is propelled by OpenAIâs underlying technology after Microsoftâs $13 billion investment into the AI startup.
If Copilot is not yet available in your country or not enabled on your device, pressing the Copilot key will launch Windows Search.
The new key features a Copilot ribbon logo and sits on the lower right side of the keyboard, near the Space bar and Alt button.
The addition marks the first major change to the Windows PC keyboard since Microsoft added the Windows key back in 1994. That button appeared on laptop and desktop keyboards sold by companies such as Dell, Lenovo and HP.
The move by Microsoft was announced just ahead of next weekâs CES tech convention, where more AI product updates are expected to be unveiled from a slew of companies. Over the past year, Big Tech companies have raced to develop and integrate AI tools across their range of products.
In the company blogpost announcing the Copilot key, Mehdi also teased a âsignificant shiftâ coming in 2024 for Microsoft, âwhere AI will be seamlessly woven into Windows from the system, to the silicon, to the hardware.â
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Fri, 05 Jan 2024 00:29:00 -0600entext/htmlhttps://omaha.com/life-entertainment/nation-world/technology/microsoft-keyboard-artificial-intelligence-copilot-key/article_cb46e0c7-2672-598e-b4e5-4769b4705bc6.htmlMicrosoft's solution to the HP Smart app forcing its way onto PCs is to make you install a tool and use Command Prompt
What you need to know
A Windows bug installed the HP Smart app onto some PCs without permission.
The issue also renamed printers to be listed as HP devices, even if they were made by a different brand.
Microsoft released the Printer Metadata Troubleshooter Tool to fix the issue on affected PCs, though it requires you to use Command Prompt.
Earlier this month, a peculiar bug installed the HP Smart app onto PCs without permission. Windows added the app to computers without any HP devices connected or printer drivers installed. The same bug also renamed printers, regardless of brand, to be listed as HP printers.
Microsoft confirmed the issue and promised a fix. That fix is now here, though it's in a different form than many Windows bug fixes. Rather than a Windows update rolling out with a fix, Microsoft has made a separate tool available that will uninstall the HP Smart app and fix the names of your printers.
Specifically, the Microsoft Printer Metadata Troubleshooter Tool will restore the model information and icons of your printer and remove the "HP LaserJet M101-M106" model information (unless that's the exact model of printer you have). The tool will also uninstall the HP Smart app if that app should not have been installed on your PC.
When it is run by enterprise administrators, correcting printers for all users and sessions on a system requires running the tool as the Local System account. Tools such as PsExec or Windows Task Scheduler can run commands as Local System.
When it is run by users managing their own printers, this tool must be run using administrative credentials. The following are recommended steps to execute the file and confirm it worked:
Click Start, type cmd, right-click Command Prompt, and then select Run as Administrator.
In the opened command prompt, type cd /d â[path_to_downloaded_tool]â and then press Enter.
Type the name of the file appropriate for your device from the list below (for instance PrintMetadataTroubleshooterX86.exe) and then press Enter.
The tool will return the message Troubleshooter completed successfully on devices where incorrect printer information was found/fixed. Or, it will return the message Troubleshooter not applicable since metadata package not found on devices that are not affected.
A strange bug gets a strange fix
The bug Microsoft just fixed is rather strange. Windows PCs without an HP printer or any HP device connected installed the HP Smart app, seemingly at random. The issue would also rename printers, regardless of their brand, to be listed as HP printers. Many were upset by the bug, since it meant software appeared on their PC without permission. The issue also locked some users out of advanced printer features, since their printer had been mislabeled.
The fix for Windows installing an app without permission is to make people get and install another tool. The Microsoft Printer Metadata Troubleshooter Tool takes up very little space, the entire get is 877.7 KB. But still, it's somewhat ironic that you have to get something and install it to fix a bug that downloaded and installed an app without permission.
Even with the tool installed, applying the fix requires using Command Prompt as an administrator. Tech savvy users will be fine entering code into Command Prompt, but many people have never used Command Prompt. More importantly, people shouldn't have to use Command Prompt and a separate tool to fix a Windows bug.
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