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HPE Goes Big in IoT, All-Flash, Cloud at Discover

Converged System for IoT

PRESS RELEASE — LAS VEGAS – June 8, 2016 – Today, Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) unveiled the Edgeline EL1000 and Edgeline EL4000, the industry’s first converged systems for the Internet of Things (IoT). These systems integrate data capture, control, compute and storage to deliver heavy-duty analytics and insights at the edge to enable real-time decision making. In addition, HPE announced enhanced IoT security capabilities, new services and an industry leading partner ecosystem to advance the adoption and impact of the Internet of Things.

With the proliferation of IoT devices, or “things” generating petabytes of data every day, organizations have an opportunity to quickly capture, process and analyze that data to enable real-time control and decision making. Oil and gas, manufacturing and telecommunications industries face specific IoT challenges – they need to harness data in remote environments, from windmills in the desert to smart energy grids and manufacturing plants, to drive timely business decisions. Until now, the remote data would have to be transported to a data center or cloud for analysis, which can be a slow, risky and inefficient process. HPE today introduced new IoT solutions that enable organizations to harness the power of their data by delivering real-time analytics and machine learning at the edge, where the “things” are. 

“Organizations that take advantage of the vast amount of data and run deep analytics at the edge can become digital disrupters within their industries,” said Dr. Tom Bradicich, vice president and general manager, Servers and IoT Systems, Hewlett Packard Enterprise. “HPE has built machine learning and real time analytics into its IoT platforms, and provides services that help customers understand how data can best be leveraged, enabling them to optimize maintenance management, improve operations efficiency and ultimately, drive significant cost savings.” {ad}

HPE Edgeline IoT Systems: Deep Data Capture and Analytics at the Edge

HPE is unveiling the Edgeline EL1000 and Edgeline EL4000, the industry’s first converged systems for the IoT, integrating compute, storage, data capture, control and enterprise-class systems and device management built to thrive in hardened environments and handle shock, vibration and extreme temperatures. The EL1000 and EL4000 are optimized to deliver heavy-duty data analytics and insights, graphically intense data visualization, and real time response at the edge.

In addition, HPE announced today that the HPE Vertica Analytics Platform runs on the Edgeline EL4000, delivering historical and predictive analytic insights from in-database machine learning algorithms across a broad range of IoT analytic use cases. Vertica on Edgeline brings applied machine learning to the edge to deliver closed-loop analytics that enable organizations to derive immediate insights from their IoT initiatives. In addition, to easily secure traffic back to the data center, the EL1000 and EL4000 support …

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… Aruba’s Virtual Intranet AccessTM  (VIA) VPN client. Aruba’s VIATM provides organizations an automated, zero-touch, secure VPN, and is available for both commercial and high-security government IoT applications.

Dynamic IoT Security

Securing enterprise networks for the onslaught of IoT devices is also a primary concern for IT professionals today. Networks need to automatically add, detect, profile and secure new and unknown IoT devices without manual intervention. With enhancements to Aruba ClearPass, IT can profile new IoT devices, enforce security policies, and exchange policy status with other security systems including mobile device management systems. ClearPass integrates with existing network infrastructures from any vendor enabling IT teams to easily automate and scale rather than become an inhibitor for new digital transformation initiatives. 

IoT Expertise – Helping Customers Transform, Design and Run IoT

HPE also introduced the HPE IoT Transformation workshop (TW), an interactive HPE facilitated workshop that helps customers to define their IoT vision and strategy and gain business technology alignment. This structured discussion takes a fact-based, analytical approach to help customers achieve alignment on their vision, identify current and future states, and determine a set of specific transformational IoT projects. The IoT TW is the first step in a full suite of services designed to help customers successfully implement IoT solutions based on business needs and industry parameters. In addition, HPE’s Analytic Consulting and Predictive Maintenance Services deliver advanced analytics to business processes to achieve objectives, reduce costs and improve efficiencies.

Partnerships 

HPE is partnering with industrial IoT leaders like GE Digital, National Instruments and PTC as part of its go to market plan to deliver joint solutions to customers. These solutions address industrial use cases to combine the very best of Operational Technology (OT) and IT to support the aerospace, oil and gas, manufacturing, automotive and energy industries.

HPE also announced four IoT Innovation Labs and expertise across the globe. HPE and Intel® operate these labs to help customers envision how IoT can be applied in their industry, build and test IoT applications, and access technical expertise. In addition, partners and customers are able to engage, interact, assess and collaborate on solutions development and their applications. The labs are now open and located at HPE facilities in Houston, Texas, Grenoble, France, Bangalore, India and Singapore.



GE IoT Partnership

PRESS RELEASE — LAS VEGAS – June 8, 2016 – Hewlett Packard Enterprise (NYSE: HPE) and GE Digital (NYSE: GE) today announced a strategic agreement to unite cutting-edge Internet of Things (IoT) technologies from HPE with GE’s industrial expertise and its Predix platform to bring digital know-how to the industry sector. Together, the two companies will enable industrial analytics from …

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… the edge to the cloud. This alliance offers a combination of HPE’s market leading hardware with GE’s for industry, by industry software to deliver a new suite of solutions for customers seeking to transform their businesses with real-time analytics and insights.

As part of this agreement, HPE will be a preferred storage and server infrastructure provider for Predix cloud technologies. To enhance the service offering and accelerate time to market, HPE will provide support for the design, implementation and rollout of the Predix platform, through its services and infrastructure offerings. GE will also leverage HPE technology for much of its virtual infrastructure as well as some OEM offerings.

HPE will help power the Predix platform with its IoT-optimized hardware and software. GE’s Predix platform will be a preferred software solution for HPE for industrial-related use cases and opportunities. Additionally, HPE plans to certify 100 developers on Predix globally. The two companies will jointly develop long-term partnerships to support the aerospace, oil and gas, manufacturing, automotive and energy industries.

“We are building an ecosystem with world-class partners who share our commitment to delivering better outcomes for our customers,” said Denzil Samuels, Head of Global Channels and Alliances, GE Digital. “By combining HPE’s key infrastructure capabilities with the Predix platform, we are enabling our customers with industrial analytics and the ability to leverage new insights that were not possible before.”

“In order to fully take advantage of the Industrial IoT, customers need data-center-grade computing power, both at the edge – where the action is – and in the cloud,” said Mark Potter, senior vice president and chief technology officer, Enterprise Group, Hewlett Packard Enterprise. “With our advanced technologies, customers are able to access data center-level compute at every point in the Industrial IoT, delivering insight and control when and where needed.”

Predix is GE’s cloud-based Platform-as-a-Service for the Industrial Internet. Unlike other IoT and enterprise platforms available, the Predix platform is built exclusively for industry, providing GE and its partners with a platform designed to meet the unique strength, scale and security requirements of industrial data.

HPE provides an end-to-end Industrial IoT portfolio, supported by compute, networking, data analysis and security offerings and intended to simplify IoT solutions for customers. Together, these technologies will help HPE and GE industrial customers breakdown silos that once separated control systems and leverage next-generation sensors to distill insights and automate industrial environments. 

“HPE is uniquely positioned to provide the necessary hardware, software and services to implement the advanced technology infrastructure required for GE’s Predix,” said Potter.

The market for Industrial IoT technologies is quickly expanding. IC Insights predicted Industrial IoT implementations would reach $12.4 billion in revenue in 2015, nearly doubling from $6.4 billion in 2012. The strategic partnership between HPE and GE furthers …

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… their commitment to accelerate real-time decision making and machine learning for their customers.

HPE offers a complete IoT suite that includes HPE Edgeline servers, HPE Haven OnDemand, a powerful cloud-based platform comprising more than 60 advanced machine learning APIs and services, and the HPE Universal IoT Platform, which provides ubiquitous connectivity for maximum scalability, modularity and versatility.


All-Flash Data Center Capabilities

PRESS RELEASE — LAS VEGAS, NV–(Marketwired – Jun 7, 2016) – Today, Hewlett Packard Enterprise (NYSE: HPE) announced new data storage solutions to help customers unlock the value of the all-flash datacenter. Updates to the HPE 3PAR StoreServ flash portfolio include the world’s most capacity-dense all-flash system,1 persistent storage for containers, unified storage enhancements, and flash-integrated data protection.

Data is at the heart of digital disruption; the ability to accelerate how data is stored, analyzed and protected can be an advantage. This is why customers are moving to flash at record speeds and exploring software-defined storage options.

HPE’s consistent strategy has been to simplify storage with systems optimized for all-flash, and software-defined storage deployed as a data fabric across form factors. Response has been positive, with HPE being the only major vendor to gain share in each of the last two years.2 In fact, in the most recent quarter HPE was the market share leader in total storage while both Dell and EMC continued to decline.3 The solutions announced today expand HPE’s lead in the all-flash datacenter and assure customers a clear path to what’s next.

“The era of the storage-only vendor is over and has been replaced by the era of the best-integrated IT stack,” said Manish Goel, SVP and GM, Storage, Hewlett Packard Enterprise. “Underpinned by flash and software-defined storage, HPE has the unique infrastructure and software innovation required to power hybrid IT across any form factor and consumption model.”

Enabling a 16x boost in all-flash density to shrink datacenter costs
All-flash storage has enabled business transformation for a large number of customers and HPE’s focus on speed, affordability and enterprise-class data services have led to rapid growth for the 3PAR family of all-flash arrays.

To extend this trajectory, HPE announced support for new 7.68 TB and 15.36 TB 3D NAND solid state drives (SSDs) across the 3PAR StoreServ family. With these drives, HPE 3PAR StoreServ is the most dense and scalable all-flash array in the industry, now supporting up to 24 petabytes of usable SSD capacity in a single system4 and 12x better density than EMC all-flash systems.5 Over the last 24 months, HPE 3PAR has delivered 16x flash density improvements and 40 percent lower dollar per usable gigabyte.6 New and existing customers can choose from …

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… different SSD drive types and sizes to optimize deployment flexibility.

Support for these large capacity SSDs is enabled by two key technologies: 3PAR Adaptive Sparing, a patented 3PAR technology which assures that any SSDs, regardless of size, can be used without compromise and with 5x the media endurance.7 3PAR Express Layout is another enabler that provides concurrent access from the 3PAR storage controllers to the SSDs for higher throughput.

Cloud-native apps with tier-1 data availability via Docker integration
Container technology is a new approach to increase application development and deployment flexibility but as enterprise customers embrace DevOps methodologies it has become clear that highly available, persistent storage is a key requirement in production operations.

To meet these requirements, HPE already provides Docker-OpenStack drivers through collaboration with ClusterHQ as part of the official OpenStack release and now has released an official Docker-Integrated Volume Plugin for HPE 3PAR StoreServ Storage. Integrated with Docker Engine, this driver adds the ability to provide persistent storage for containers and enables the use of flash-optimized HPE 3PAR StoreServ arrays as the underlying storage for virtualized or bare-metal container deployments using Docker. With this integration, containerized applications can take advantage of advanced data services data encryption, quality of service, snapshots, replication, and deduplication.

Enhanced unified data access and flash-optimized data protection
As flash expands across the datacenter, protecting and securing data at speeds not possible with traditional methods has become a critical requirement. HPE Recovery Manager Central (RMC) solves this by directly moving application snapshots from 3PAR flash to secondary protection storage up to 23x faster than traditional storage backup.8 This not only reduces risk, but applying HPE StoreOnce deduplication to the process reduces capacity requirements by 95 percent or more.9 Today, HPE expanded the HPE RMC application ecosystem to include Oracle Databases, SAP HANA, and 3PAR File Persona. These new applications join existing application-integrated protection for VMware, Microsoft SQL, and any Microsoft VSS-enabled application running as a virtual machine.

One of the industry’s most established flash platforms, 3PAR has supported unified file, block, and object access for over 18 months and is now enriching these capabilities with security and archiving capabilities including:

  • File Lock for 3PAR File Persona which protects data consistency and supports governance by making files immutable, enabling policy-based retention, preventing file deletion and supporting data validation.
  • NTFS security mode and cross-protocol locking for 3PAR File Persona enhance security for Windows environments and deliver more seamless group file sharing between protocols including SMB and NFS.
  • HPE StoreEver Archive Manager software which lowers the cost of retaining 3PAR file data to be archived on tape yet enables data to be accessed transparently as if still online.

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… consulting services to help customers navigate their data management and protection journeys. HPE announced from Technology Consulting a new TCO Analysis for all-flash storage quantifying hardware, software, and energy savings and benefits by adopting all-flash. Additional offerings also include HPE Flexible Capacity for instant on-demand resources at a cost per GB allocation and engaging with HPE’s technology consulting team for transformation services that include current state advisory, design and integration, data migration and end-to-end protection services.

Pricing and Availability
7.68 TB SSDs available worldwide starting June 6, 2016, with a US street price starting from US$20,748.

15.36 TB SSDs will be orderable and shipping 2H 2016, with a US street price starting from US$40,000.

The Docker-Integrated Volume Plugin for HPE 3PAR StoreServ Storage will be available in June from the HPE Storage GitHub page at https://github.com/hpe-storage/python-hpedockerplugin.

HPE Recovery Manager Central (RMC) with support for SAP HANA and 3PAR File Persona is currently available worldwide at no additional charge to customers who have an existing RMC license and a valid support contract. Licensing for new customers starts at $1000.

HPE Recovery Manager Central for Oracle (RMC-O) will be available in July for a list price starting at $2500. Customers with an existing 3PAR Recovery Manager for Oracle license and a valid support contract can upgrade at no additional charge.

HPE 3PAR File Persona enhancements will be available in 2H of 2016.


OneView 3.0

PRESS RELEASE — LAS VEGAS, NV–(Marketwired – Jun 7, 2016) – Hewlett Packard Enterprise (NYSE: HPE) today announced OneView 3.0 to provide software-defined intelligence across HPE’s family of infrastructure solutions, including HPE ProLiant, HPE BladeSystem, HPE 3PAR StoreServ, HPE Hyper Converged solutions, and HPE Synergy, the industry’s first composable infrastructure. 

Today, customers need to simplify day-to-day operations, deploy applications faster and enable IT to quickly take advantage of the latest tools, like Docker, SaltStack and Chef. HPE OneView delivers software-defined intelligence, workload template automation and open integration through a unified API so organizations can provision their infrastructure to improve efficiencies.

The latest enhancements to HPE OneView include:

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  • A new global dashboard, which simplifies IT operations for large scale and globally distributed environments deployments including remote sites. This dashboard gives users an “at-a-glance” view of their infrastructure no matter where it is located, as well as supports physical, virtual, hyper-converged and composable infrastructures. 
  • Simplified end-to-end management of heterogeneous network switches is realized by marrying the HPE Intelligent Management Center (IMC) with OneView. This transforms manual processes into a rapid, reliable and automated process.
  • Integration with HPE Helion CloudSystem 10 which provisions individual physical servers or entire virtualization clusters directly from the CloudSystem console. This eliminates the multiple organizational hand-offs required to provision physical infrastructure before cloud services can be defined and deployed.

“Organizations need tools that enable them to simplify IT operations, respond to business demands at cloud speed and increase productivity, ultimately freeing up IT resources required to deliver new and innovative services to their customers,” said Ric Lewis, senior vice president and general manager, Converged Datacenter Infrastructure at Hewlett Packard Enterprise. “Our mission is to make IT simple for customers. Whether they are managing and maintaining infrastructure, running traditional applications or developing new revenue generating services on cloud native applications, HPE OneView is the infrastructure automation engine built to make that all possible.”

Asante, a healthcare provider serving more than 580,000 people throughout Southern Oregon and Northern California, is using HPE OneView to help manage their growing infrastructure needs.

“HPE OneView is a really slick tool for managing configuration consistency and enforcing compliance across the enterprise,” said Michael York, systems engineer Asante. “We needed a solution that would scale forward and run Epic across multiple data centers. As a small IT organization, we also wanted to move away from designing and developing the infrastructure ourselves to more of a converged infrastructure that’s fully engineered and certified for Epic. HPE delivered on all counts, and more.”

Additional HPE OneView 3.0 feature upgrades/news include:

  • New provisioning for HPE ProLiant DL platforms. Customers can now deploy server infrastructure optimized to specific workloads. New monitoring support for the HPE Apollo series, expanding management coverage across a wider array of infrastructure.
  • Migration from virtual connect environments to HPE OneView 4X faster and with zero downtime or service disruption. 
  • Growing partner HPE OneView ecosystem with SaltStack, SUSE, Eaton and nLyte, making partner, dev op, cloud and facility management tools more agile and efficient.
  • HPE OneView 3.0 will be available in Q3.

Docker Partnership

PRESS RELEASE — LAS VEGAS, NV–(Marketwired – Jun 7, 2016) – Today, Hewlett Packard Enterprise (NYSE: HPE) announced a strategic alliance with Docker, Inc., the company behind the open platform that enables organizations to build, ship and run distributed applications on any infrastructure.

Through a joint worldwide enterprise alliance agreement covering sales, go-to-market, engineering, support, services and knowledge sharing, HPE and Docker are collaborating to help customers …

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… transform and modernize their datacenters to benefit from a more agile development environment. At the heart of this alliance is HPE’s Docker ready server program, unique to the server industry, which ensures HPE servers are bundled with Docker Engine and support. This enables customers to create distributed applications that are portable across any infrastructure. By combining the strength of the number one cloud infrastructure provider with the leader in containerization, HPE and Docker will deliver hybrid infrastructure solutions and an application portfolio ranging from legacy to microservices applications, fully supported by HPE.

“In order to survive and thrive in the idea economy, companies must transform the IT experience so that lines of business and developers can innovate faster, smarter and fearlessly,” said Antonio Neri, executive vice president and general manager, Enterprise Group, Hewlett Packard Enterprise. “Hewlett Packard Enterprise is innovating across its entire datacenter portfolio to help customers with that transformation. Together with Docker, we are making it easier for IT to deploy and manage containers, while giving organizations solutions that optimize their investments and power a new generation of applications that are the business.”

“By 2018, more than 50 percent of new workloads will be deployed into containers in at least one stage of the application life cycle.”1 The joint HPE and Docker solutions will help fuel this trend by delivering HPE’s Composable Infrastructure combined with Docker’s Container-as-a-Service (CaaS) approach to provide the kind of predictability and management enterprise IT expects. This will be accomplished by the creation of a bi-directional application lifecycle that fosters a shared partnership between developers and operations teams.

“The default availability of Docker’s technology on every HPE server and HPE’s hyper-converged platform enables enterprises to take advantage of the benefits of containerization while leveraging their investments in existing systems and process,” said Ben Golub, CEO of Docker. “Having a strategic alliance that starts with Docker Engine but extends to include our commercial end-to-end platform, Docker Datacenter, provides HPE customers with a comprehensive solution that covers all of their requirements over time. Enterprises leveraging this joint solution can achieve immediate efficiencies while focusing on existing applications, which can include a 20X optimization on their infrastructure, while shipping their applications 13X faster.”

As part of the strategic alliance, HPE and Docker will deliver unique, value-added, commercial solutions and services through all major HPE channels, including:

  • Docker ready HPE Servers – HPE will offer pre-configured server platforms ready for Docker Engine and Docker containers. These pre-tested server models, including HPE ProLiant, HPE Apollo and HPE Cloudline, will be delivered ready for container environments, resulting in greater optimization of hardware, improved time-to-application performance and greater portability.
  • Docker ready Converged and Composable HPE Systems – HPE Synergy, HPE BladeSystem and HPE Converged System come ready for Docker deployments across compute and are integrated for storage and …

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  • … interconnect for simplified deployment and scalability. In addition, customers can deploy Docker in hyper-converged environments to enable DevOps in virtualization clusters.
  • Joint go-to-market for Docker Datacenter – Organizations looking to build, ship and run Docker at scale in multiple different environments will be able to do so using Docker Datacenter. HPE and Docker will work together on joint sales and support programs across HPE customers and channel partners, as well as ensuring that Docker Datacenter works seamlessly for containerized applications deployed across public cloud, composable infrastructure, hyperconverged infrastructure, converged storage and Docker ready HPE servers.
  • Enterprise-grade Docker support and consulting services – HPE now offers technology assessments, design and implementation services for Docker containers and microservices (platform security, workload modernization consulting). In addition, HPE will provide a single source of enterprise-grade support for Docker in alignment with HPE’s technology solutions with a single point of contact for access to a global network of specialists, 24×7.

In addition, HPE and Docker are collaborating to introduce new HPE container-enabled technologies that are integrated and tested with Docker, including:

  • HPE Reference Configuration for Docker Datacenter on HPE Hyper Converged 380 – Describes how quickly customers can deploy Docker Datacenter in a production environment by leveraging the Hyper Converged 380’s virtual machine vending capabilities. It also describes how to leverage HPE SiteScope and HPE AppDefender to monitor and protect Dockerized applications in production.
  • HPE Reference Architecture for Docker Datacenter for the Converged Architecture 700 – Provides one consistent management view for adopting private cloud and container environments. Customers can start with a small proof of concept and easily grow to an enterprise scale production private cloud environment using HPE technologies.
  • Docker-integrated Native Volume Plugin for HPE 3PAR StoreServ all-flash arrays – Flash-optimized HPE 3PAR StoreServ arrays provide persistent storage for container environments via a new Docker-integrated Native Volume Plugin. This native plug-in adds to customer choice and flexibility by enabling the use of HPE 3PAR StoreServ arrays as the underlying storage for non-VM (or “bare-metal”) container environments where containerized applications require persistent storage, such as SQL databases.
  • Docker-integrated Networking – The addition of Docker container support to the HPE Distributed Cloud Networking (DCN) solution enables dynamic programmability of heterogeneous and HPE FlexFabric network infrastructures, reducing time for application deployment from months to minutes.
  • Docker-integrated HPE SiteScope – HPE SiteScope is an agentless software for monitoring the availability and performance of distributed applications and IT infrastructure. HPE SiteScope’s enables monitoring of the health and …

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  • … performance of Docker nodes or clusters in a Dockerized environment — from the cluster manager level, to the Docker daemon layer, to the container level, including the applications running inside the containers.
  • Docker-integrated HPE OneView – Through the integration of the unified API in HPE OneView, customers can quickly deploy and manage the infrastructure that Docker Engine, and Docker containers run on.
  • HPE Linux Docker support – The HPE Linux distribution is now a supported operating system by Docker. Docker’s support of HPE Linux gives customers more options to use the Linux “flavor” of their choice with Docker.

Finally, HPE is making investments to Docker-enable its cloud and software portfolio through the use of application programming interfaces (APIs), the Docker plugin framework and Docker Datacenter development licenses, including:

  • HPE AppDefender – Delivers runtime protection for application security in a Docker environment to prevent security by protecting production applications from the inside, across all levels of a software stack.
  • HPE Operations Bridge monitoring – Delivers comprehensive monitoring of Docker containers as well as the payloads running in the containers.
  • CMS and Universal Directory configuration management – CMS can discover and display information related to Docker topology, including Docker Application, Docker Container, Docker Image, Docker Image Template, Docker Registry, Docker Volume and more.
  • HPE Helion Cloud Suite – Provides a full range of hybrid cloud capabilities in a single software offering. HPE Helion Cloud Suite includes full-stack automation to enable rapid delivery of IT services and applications, as well as a complete development environment with HPE Helion Stackato, supporting DevOps processes for traditional and cloud-native applications.

Availability
General availability of the Docker ready HPE Servers including HPE ProLiant, HPE Apollo and HPE Cloudline and Docker-integrated Converged and Composable HPE Systems are targeted for the fourth quarter of 2016. Docker-integrated solutions spanning HPE’s storage, networking and software assets are available today.

1 Gartner: Containers Will Change Your Data Center Infrastructure and Operations Strategy, 28 March 2016


Helion Cloud Portfolio Expansion

PRESS RELEASE — LAS VEGAS, NV–(Marketwired – Jun 7, 2016) – Hewlett Packard Enterprise (NYSE: HPE) introduced updates to its HPE Helion cloud portfolio today at HPE Discover, including:

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  • HPE Helion Cloud Suite, a new software suite enabling customers to deliver and manage their full spectrum of applications — from traditional, virtualized, cloud native and containers — across a broad range of infrastructure environments
  • HPE Helion CloudSystem 10, an engineered hardware and software solution to build and rapidly deploy an enterprise grade cloud environment for a full range of workloads and offering a deep integration with HPE OneView 3.0 for automatic provisioning of cloud resources from bare metal infrastructure
  • HPE Helion Stackato 4.0, a complete and open application development platform-as-a-service (PaaS) solution, powered by Cloud Foundry, designed to speed the delivery of cloud native applications
  • HPE Cloudline 3100 Server, offering industry leading economics for service providers
  • New HPE Technology Services offerings for IT transformation and workload migration

“No enterprise has a one size fits all approach to cloud — every customer wants solutions that help them drive their business faster and cut costs across their full spectrum of applications,” said Bill Hilf, senior vice president and general manager, HPE Cloud. “Organizations require their own right mix of traditional IT, private, managed and public clouds and the flexibility to support applications spanning different technologies, architectures and delivery models. The HPE Helion portfolio gives customers a simple, powerful set of options, offering the breadth and coverage they need.”

HPE Helion Cloud Suite: automate, orchestrate and transform cloud resources and applications across hybrid environments
The HPE Helion Cloud Suite brings together a full range of hybrid cloud capabilities into a single, simplified software offering. HPE Helion Cloud Suite includes full-stack automation to enable rapid delivery of IT services and applications, and provides a common simplified, self-service storefront for IT and developers. It also includes a complete development environment supporting DevOps processes for traditional and cloud-native applications.

The HPE Helion Cloud Suite combines a complete set of operations management capabilities, cloud orchestration, big data analytics and service based compliance, enabling enterprises to design, deliver and manage IT services across multi-vendor traditional IT, private, public and managed cloud environments.

HPE Helion Cloud Suite also ships with HPE Helion Stackato and HPE Helion OpenStack 3.0, which features improved configurability and tighter controls to help enterprises maximize their operational efficiency, without vendor lock-in.

HPE Helion CloudSystem 10: an integrated solution for hybrid infrastructure management in a multi-cloud environment
HPE Helion CloudSystem 10 is the foundational building block for both private and hybrid clouds. It is an engineered hardware and software solution that delivers hosting, automation and orchestration of traditional and cloud-native workloads. This pre-integrated solution brings together HPE …

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… market leading innovations in hardware, storage, networking, software and services into one package.

HPE Helion CloudSystem 10 is fully-integrated with HPE OneView 3.0, HPE’s infrastructure management software, providing the ability to discover, manage and dynamically designate cloud resource tiers by leveraging the underlying hardware characteristics. This enables efficient utilization of infrastructure by empowering developers and other cloud consumers to target the right infrastructure for the right workloads. Cloud operators can also provision physical servers or virtual clusters as resources directly from the HPE Helion CloudSystem management console.

HPE Helion CloudSystem 10 is a comprehensive solution that also includes HPE Helion OpenStack 3.0, HPE Cloud Service Automation 4.6, as well as HPE Helion Stackato 4.0 to provide a full infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) and PaaS capabilities.

HPE Helion Stackato 4.0: simplify development and deployment of cloud native applications

HPE Helion Stackato 4.0 is an open multi-cloud PaaS solution for building cloud native applications that integrate across traditional and new environments. Designed for customers who are transforming and optimizing their applications for the cloud, HPE Helion Stackato 4.0 provides developers with a solution that is built on Helion Cloud Foundry®, a certified Cloud Foundry core, offering continuous integration/continuous delivery (CI/CD) workflow and extensibility to new and existing application services.

With HPE Helion Stackato 4.0, developers can use any technology stack to build applications that are resilient, scalable and easily deployable. For operators HPE Helion Stackato 4.0 offers centralized monitoring, logging and a multi-cloud control plane.

HPE Cloudline 3100 Server: exceed performance and economic requirements of hyper scale cloud service providers
In the highly competitive world of service providers, performance and economics are the keys to success.

To help cloud service providers’ address these challenges, HPE introduced the CL3100, an extension of the HPE Cloudline storage server portfolio. The CL3100 meets cloud service providers’ dense storage requirements for Hadoop/Cassandra/compute workloads. The CL3100 (1U) storage server is 75 percent smaller than the CL5200 storage server (4U), requiring a smaller footprint.

New HPE Technology Services: advise, transform and manage cloud investments
HPE Technology Services introduced new offerings for IT transformation and workload migration, including:

  • HPE Workload Portability Services help customers achieve their right mix and place each workload according to agility, privacy, security, compliance, cost and performance needs. This accelerated process will discover and analyze the workloads, using HPE intellectual property that provides advanced pattern recognition, to group and categorize workloads to simplify …

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  • … the task of portfolio evaluation.
  • Workload Modernization Consulting Services provides customers the experience required to modernize and move workloads (data, apps, OS/middleware) to new architectures and platforms through standardization, consolidation, upgrade, virtualization, migration and automation. With this new service customers can improve time to value by optimizing end-to-end lifecycle of existing workloads (e.g., increase application quality and release frequency) leveraging DevOps tools and platforms.
  • HPE Cloud Native Agile Development service helps customers build and architect the right environment and integrate cloud-native applications and databases leveraging HPE Helion Stackato and containers technologies.
  • HPE Cloud Broker Consulting service provides expertise to help customers design and build their IT broker organization. Starting with a discovery service that identifies current IT and cloud usage, it drives a process to help organizations define the policies and procedures and implementation plan required to build and manage a broker model.

In addition, HPE introduced enhancements to HPE Helion Managed Cloud and HPE Cloud Services Broker services to help enterprises improve control over their hybrid infrastructure. For more information see the news advisory.

Availability
The HPE Helion Cloud Suite, HPE Helion CloudSystem 10, HPE Helion Stackato 4.0, HPE Helion Cloudline 3100 are targeted for availability in the second half of 2016. HPE Financial Services will expand their portfolio of IT consumption solutions for cloud, including HPE Helion CloudSystem Financing, to help enterprises invest in their right mix of cloud quickly and easily.

About Hewlett Packard Enterprise
Hewlett Packard Enterprise is an industry leading technology company that enables customers to go further, faster. With the industry’s most comprehensive portfolio, spanning the cloud to the data center to workplace applications, our technology and services help customers around the world make IT more efficient, more productive and more secure.


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