While Hewlett-Packard initially began its technology endeavors making audio equipment, its first instrumentation computer was engineered in 1966. It was sold to the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute and used on research vessels for over a decade. It was designed to interface with over 20 HP instruments and was essentially the first iteration of plug and play integration as we know it. This is all the more impressive given that the HP 2116A had a mere 4k of main memory, and a 20MB hard drive.
In this episode of The New Stack Makers embedded below, we’ll learn more recentHPE hardware, notably the latest Cloudline servers, as well as HPE’s involvement with the Open Compute Project and OpenStack, and things to consider for a more unified DevOps workflow.
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