HPE and Cloud Cruiser Join Forces
Create more opportunities for consumption-based IT. Manage and optimise hybrid cloud usage and spend.
Consumption-based IT – Stronger together
In February 2017, HPE acquired Cloud Cruiser to leverage the company’s capabilities for metering and billing hybrid cloud usage and spend. These capabilities are a key part of HPE Flexible Capacity and are being expanded across a broader set of exciting new HPE consumption-based offerings. To better serve these goals, HPE will discontinue selling Cloud Cruiser 4 and Cloud Cruiser 16 as stand-alone subscriptions to new customers effective November 17, 2017.
Customers with existing subscriptions will continue to receive support via the HPE Support Center and we are committed to ensuring a seamless migration of your Cloud Cruiser Support Contract(s) to HPE Support Service Agreement(s). We value your business and look forward to serving you with HPE’s broad portfolio of products, services, and support.
Frequently asked questions
HPE has discontinued sales of Cloud Cruiser 4 and Cloud Cruiser 16 stand-alone subscriptions effective November 17, 2017.
For customers with an existing Cloud Cruiser support agreement we are committed to ensuring a seamless migration of your Cloud Cruiser Support Contract(s) to HPE Support Service Agreement(s). Letters have been sent to all existing customers with a new HPE support service agreement identifier.
Product support resources, such as tutorials and videos, are available on the Cloud Cruiser website at www.cloudcruiser.com/resources. Customers can also access product documentation and videos within the Cloud Cruiser 16 product.
Cloud Cruiser is currently an integral part of HPE Flexible Capacity and is being integrated into several new consumption-based offerings which will be announced in the coming months.
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