Welcome to HPE's interactive Oracle Support and Certification webpage for HPE Servers.

Just click on the server to obtain driver downloads, certification and support information. HPE recommends that our customers update to the latest service packs and security releases from Oracle.

HPE is committed to supporting all customers that install latest services packs and security releases released from Oracle.

Click on the product to obtain product information, downloads, certifications, and documentation.

Support & Certification Matrices

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HPE Supported
HPE Supported & OS Partner Certified/Logo
HPE Tested: Either the OS or hypervisor was successfully installed on the server
Pending HPE support
Partner Certification Pending

Minimum Operating System Requirements Matrices

Minimum Operating System Requirements Matrix includes minimum supported version for each supported HPE server. In addition, footnotes are available providing more detailed information.

To access the Minimum Operating System Requirements Matrix click on the links below:

Related Resources

All HP drivers for Oracle Linux are Open Source and put into the upstream kernel. Drivers that are not Open Source are not included in Oracle Linux or supported by HPE or Oracle. Please review our Network and Storage Controller Guidelines for Oracle Linux for supported options.
HPE will provide support for HPE's ProLiant hardware and all HPE delivered drivers, firmware, utilities, tools and management software. Oracle will provide support of the operating system, software and in distribution drivers.

Product series

Software version

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Integrity   OVM1
Oracle Linux Compatible Kernel Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel
BL Series   OVM1
Oracle Linux Compatible Kernel Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel
DL Series   OVM1
Oracle Linux Compatible Kernel Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel
ML Series   OVM1
Oracle Linux Compatible Kernel Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel
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This archive section may contain an older version of the operating system and/or an older (retired) version of the server.