Updating hp proliant firmware sccm
HP Storage integrations for Microsoft System Center: SCOM and SCVMM plugins are now part of the unified HP One View for Microsoft System Center.
As result of this integration, customer has to download only one master package of HP One View for System Center 7.6.
Step by step instructions to use below possibilities will be covered in the next posts 🙂 HP does a good job because we can update firmware online on HP servers with the following possibilities: The SPP is a great tool that provides HP Pro Liant server and HP Blade System firmware, driver, and system software components for VMware v Sphere (but also Windows, Linux etc as well).
The HP SPP includes the HP SUM installation tool providing the following options: Sometimes, some firmwares can be updated only offline, so you can boot server using HP SPP and the upgrade will be done almost automatically.
Specifically, within Pro Liant, we are not putting entitlement requirements on i LO, I/O, or controller firmware; we are only entitling Pro Liant system ROM and complex programming logic devices (CPLD) firmware.
If this turns out to be accurate; this will soften the blow.
Used and late-model equipment can be given a new life with additional parts or through swapping/upgrading as component costs decline.
One of the unique attributes of HP firmware is the tendency to introduce new functionality along with bugfixes in firmware releases.
How to update (step by step) online firmware and drivers by SPP please follow post here. HP One View for VMware v Center is an optional plug-in to v Center Server licensed with Control HP One View that delivers HP hardware management capabilities to administrators.The main selling points of Pro Liant hardware have been long-lasting product lines with predictable component options, easy-to-navigate product specifications (Quickspecs), robust support channels and an aggressive firmware release/update schedule for the duration of a product's lifecycle.This benefits the use of HP gear in primary secondary markets.I've been a longtime advocate for HP Pro Liant servers in my system environments.The platform has been the basis of my infrastructure designs across several industries for the past 12 years.