HPE Helion-Ready Programme for Solution Providers

Ready. Certify. Grow

HPE is Making Sure the Enterprise Cloud Lives up to its Promise

You can be a part of this promise today!

Customers want their software solutions to "just run"on HPE Helion OpenStack®, and be fully supported by HPE and our solution partners. The Helion-Ready certification process helps customers identify solutions that are ready for prime time.

Becoming Certified is Easy and Rewarding

Benefits

Free listing in the HPE Helion-Ready ISV Solution Catalogue gives your products high visibility with HPE customers 1.

The HPE Helion Ready Badge showcases your certification.

Solution exposure to HPE sales teams increases your visibility with an expansive HPE customer base.

Eligibility Requirements

The HPE Helion-Ready Programme is open to established businesses with a customer-ready enterprise solution, application, or service available on the market. 2

Next Steps

Complete Forms

Access and Install

Test

Agree to Terms

Approval

Complete an application form.

Once approved, access the test environment and install your solutions on HPE Helion OpenStack.

Test your solutions in the HPE supplied HPE Helion-Ready Sandbox.

With satisfactory testing, agree to the terms and conditions of the programme.

Once approved, HPE will include your products in the HPE Helion-Ready ISV Solution Catalogue. 1

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Access the resources you need to start building and delivering cloud-native applications
for HPE Helion OpenStack.

Still Have Questions?

Download the Helion-Ready programme guide to find out more.

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    Your certified solution will be included in the catalog once you commit to creating a co-branded solution page with a dedicated buying environment for HPE Cloud Service (if applicable).

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    Your business must be a legitimate business entity with a physical address. The solution must not be intended to create any form of malice, harm, or tangible or intangible damage or destruction to the reputation of HPE or its customers.