HPE GreenLake undergoes cloud storage services transformation

Hewlett Packard Enterprise

Wednesday, 05 May, 2021

HPE GreenLake undergoes cloud storage services transformation

Hewlett Packard Enterprise has expanded HPE GreenLake with a storage-as-a-service business transformation.

The new cloud services data platform is designed to enable customers to break down silos and leverage data, wherever it resides, with unified data operations, said Antonio Neri, President and CEO.

“Organisations face a complex web of fragmented hardware, software and manual processes, making it difficult for them to compete and innovate in a constantly changing marketplace.”

HPE is providing the platform for organisations seeking to apply distributed data to fuel AI initiatives, deliver new customer experiences and drive digital transformation, Neri said.

The development delivers on HPE’s Unified DataOps vision for a new data experience that brings a cloud operations model to wherever data lives and unifies data operations.

It’s getting harder to manage the ever-increasing data flooding organisations, said Matt Eastwood, Senior Vice President, Enterprise Infrastructure, Cloud, Developers, and Alliances, at IDC. Ninety-three per cent of IT decision-makers see storage and data management complexity impeding digital transformation and 67% of surveyed organisations see fragmented data visibility across hybrid cloud creating business risk, according to a data management research survey of IT decision-makers conducted by ESG for HPE.

Tom Black, SVP and GM, HPE Storage, said HPE is changing the storage game by bringing a full cloud operational model to customers’ on-premises environments.

“Bringing the cloud operational model to where data lives accelerates digital transformation, streamlines data management and will help our customers innovate faster than ever before.”

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