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Recent years have seen the proliferation of cloud computing solutions and the widespread adoption of cloud computing across the business landscape. From small startups creating cloud-native applications to vast enterprises shifting some or all of their IT operations and business applications to the cloud, the allure of virtualised computing resources and pay-as-you-go pricing is rapidly reshaping IT departments and web development practices.
Despite its advantages, public cloud computing isn’t right for every workload. Meeting compliance standards for sensitive data often means confining certain functions to private data centres. In addition, while pay-per-usage pricing can be an advantage, in some cases, public cloud can actually be more expensive than in-house solutions. To maximise flexibility and efficiency while minimising costs, many organisations choose private cloud or hybrid cloud computing.
Structure your dedicated data centre to function exactly like public cloud, with virtualised computing resources made up of the shared capacity of many machines. Create a hybrid cloud solution by integrating public cloud to add capacity and lower costs.
Managing a multi-cloud environment has never been easier. Move seamlessly between your preferred clouds and your on prem data centres.
Use hyperconverged or composable infrastructure to create a cloud-like experience from your on-prem data centre.
HPE OneView let’s you manage your infrastructure from an easy-to-use dashboard, allowing you to deploy infrastructure faster and easily monitor server health.
HPE Helion CloudSystem is an integrated hardware and software solution for private and hybrid cloud computing that delivers line of sight for your entire ecosystem.
HPE Servers for cloud are built with a uniquely open architecture to support hybrid infrastructure.
From strategy to implementation and support, HPE’s cloud experts can help you run the right cloud solution for your business.
TasmaNet, a Tasmanian telecom and digital services provider, partnered with HPE to build a cloud ecosystem for customers to procure, manage and analyse services through a single dashboard.
WIND Telecom, S.A. used HPE Helion CloudSystem to help it simplify, scale and grow well into the future.
Synchronoss transitioned from a proprietary platform to hybrid cloud infrastructure to better deliver software solutions to its customers worldwide.
European Electronique finds a faster, easier, better way to serve its customers in the public sector with public cloud.
Speak with a cloud expert about how we can help you build the right cloud computing solution for your business. Let us know your current challenges and future goals, and we’ll help you get on the right path to hybrid cloud success.
Cloud computing is the on-demand delivery of computing resources over the Internet.
Businesses must be able to take their newly analysed data and integrate it into their legacy systems to benefit every aspect of the business.
Hybrid cloud is top of mind for enterprises around the world. Its flexibility allows organisations to find the right mix of models to accommodate their specific workloads. In fact, over half of enterprises adopt more than just one cloud deployment model. However, facilitating this multi-cloud world isn't easy. Management, integration, platform learning curves, and network connectivity all become more challenging. Recently, HPE Comissioned Forrester Consulting to conduct a study (1) evaluating hybrid cloud adoption trends around the globe, including the perceived challenges, drivers, and benefits of their hybrid cloud investments. As part of our series, we’ll discuss with Lauren Nelson from Forrester Research the key insights customers can use as they determine their right mix of hybrid Cloud. (1). "The Proliferation Of Hybrid Cloud, a January 2017 commissioned study conducted by Forrester Consulting on behalf of HPE."
The Internet of Things enables businesses to digitise the “things” that make them tick – from heavy machinery and factory floors to supply chains, aircraft and complex healthcare instruments. Industries as diversified as transportation logistics, healthcare, hospitality, insurance and retail are already taking advantage of IoT to gain greater efficiency, rapidly go to market with new products and services, develop new customer-engagement models and enhance customer experiences. Any organisation that isn’t actively planning on a digital transformation of its business and operations model risks being left behind
The systems of engagement driving today’s business growth often rely on cloud computing for its agility, flexibility and cost effectiveness. In isolation, each of these systems may depend on a single cloud provider, but the broad portfolio of tools deployed across the enterprise creates a far more complex landscape. This report from Forrester helps CIOs develop an effective strategy to understand and manage the diverse cloud resources upon which their businesses depend.
Public cloud resources are a key enabler for today’s agile enterprise.