Data Center Networking
Transition to cloud-first networks in your data center and move at the speed of business apps – while eliminating downtime and application outages.
HPE Data Center Networking Portfolio
Organizations want network architectures that are open, programmable, and integrated into their compute, storage and cloud technology stacks. The HPE data center networking portfolio delivers these capabilities across multiple segments and use cases.
The preferred solution for building high performance, software-defined cloud networks.
Open networking disaggregated cloud data center switches for early adopter enterprises and service providers..
A full portfolio of enterprise data center switches designed to address more traditional data center networking architectures and requirements.
Why Move Away From Legacy Architectures?
HPE cloud-first networks offer end-to-end automation for application policies and seamlessly integrate with your existing infrastructure. You transition from old to new on your own terms, and avoid vendor lock-in.
Networking Solutions for the Entire Data Center
Software-Defined Cloud Networks
HPE and Arista offer the preferred solution for building high performance, software-defined cloud networks. We share a vision of delivering secure Hybrid IT solutions and experiences built on industry-leading software-defined infrastructure. We help you operate you workloads with speed and agility to grow your business. Our best-of-breed networking solutions are superior to existing competitive legacy solutions and complementary to our HPE compute, storage and cloud offerings.
Open Networking Solutions for Business
HPE Altoline offers open networking solutions that provide choice to build networks that best suit business needs. Our open networking, disaggregated cloud data center switches are suitable for early adopter enterprises and service providers. They cover the full spectrum of networking speeds and offer expanding choices of network operating systems. With Altoline, you can build agile and scalable networks that are free from vendor lock in, while realizing lower cost of ownership.
Traditional Data Center Networking
HPE FlexFabric is designed to address more traditional data center networking architectures and requirements. It’s a full portfolio of enterprise data center switches offering a complete range of fixed port and modular edge switches and resilient modular core switches. HPE FlexFabric address more traditional customer requirements such as LAN/SAN convergence, MPLS and support for a wide variety of networking protocols.
What We’ve Done For Our Customers
Making Movie Magic With DreamWorks
Moving digital assets across a massive global network is vital for DreamWorks Animation. That’s why they turned to Hewlett Packard Enterprise for a robust and flexible data center network that delivers continuous availability while pushing the limits of what’s possible.
Pacific Life achieves 40x capacity growth with Hewlett Packard Enterprise Networking—delivering more value to partners through simplified management.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise and VMware collaborate to simplify software-defined data center and hybrid cloud adoptions.
HPE FlexFabric solutions deliver a resilient, cost-efficient data center for Oostkamp.
Add Agility, Trust and Value to your Network
Speak with an HPE expert about how we can provide you with network architectures that are open, programmable, and integrated into your compute, storage and cloud technology stacks.
Liberating the Cloud Storage World
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HPE and Arista Data Center Networking
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