OpenVMS Galaxy enables multiple instances of
OpenVMS to execute cooperatively in a single computer, giving customers the ability to manage
unpredictable, variable, or growing workloads.
The Galaxy Software Architecture on OpenVMS Alpha (OpenVMS Galaxy) is HP's first implementation of the APMP model of computing. OpenVMS Galaxy enables multiple instances of OpenVMS to execute cooperatively in a single computer, giving customers the ability to manage unpredictable, variable, or growing workloads. With OpenVMS Alpha Version 7.2-1, customers can configure AlphaServer GS140, GS60, GS60E, 8400, 8200, and 4100 systems as OpenVMS Galaxy systems.With OpenVMS Alpha Version 7.2-1H1 or higher, customers can configure AlphaServer GS80, GS160, GS320, systems as OpenVMS Galaxy systems
Adaptive Partitioned Multiprocessing (APMP) is a new model of computing in which multiple instances of
operating systems execute cooperatively in a single computer. With APMP, many processors, and other
physical resources, are partitioned in order to run multiple instances of operating systems. Each instance
has assigned CPUs, memory, and I/O. The instances share a part of the memory, and CPUs can be
reassigned from one instance to another while the system is running. This computing environment can be
dynamically adapted to meet changing application needs and workload demands.
Country List Price for USA.
|Part#||Part Description||Loan-EMEA Only||SPD|
|QL-66XAA-3B||HP Galaxy 1 CPU Licence||3995|
|QL-66XAA-3C||HP Galaxy 2 CPU Licence||7990|
|QL-66XAA-3D||HP Galaxy 4 CPU Licence||15980|
|QL-66XAA-3E||HP Galaxy 8 CPU Licence||31960|
|QL-66XAA-3F||HP Galaxy 18 CPU Licence||63920|
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