Your Infrastructure as Code
HPE Composable Infrastructure is a new approach to architecture that allows you to deploy IT resources quickly and for any workload using powerful software. In minutes, you can stand up infrastructure that previously took weeks to deploy. To ensure you have the right amount of compute, storage and fabric, HPE Composable Infrastructure combines software-defined intelligence with a unified API that incorporates powerful tools from our partner ecosystem.
IT Needs to Optimise Two Operating Environments
Apps for Traditional IT
Traditional IT apps are built on commercial, build-it-yourself models and are sometimes based on decades-old architecture. Apps for traditional IT are ops-driven, cost-focused and designed to support existing business processes like collaboration or data processing.
Apps for the Idea Economy
Modern apps are built to drive revenue and new customer experiences by leveraging mobility, big data and cloud-native technologies. Apps for the idea economy require low latency and continuous adaptation to high levels of uncertainty and change. These apps should be agile, nonlinear, and high-speed.
How HPE Composable Infrastructure Works
Fluid Pools of Compute, Storage and Fabric
Eliminate over-provisioning and stranded capacity with fluid resource pools of infrastructure. Flexibly resize to effortlessly meet the changing needs of your applications by composing and recomposing single blocks of disaggregated compute, storage and fabric.
Automate time-consuming manual tasks with a single management interface that gives you the ability to integrate operational silos and reduce complexity. Using HPE OneView automated workload templates, you can speed infrastructure deployment while frictionless change eliminates unnecessary downtime.
Infrastructure As Code
Native in HPE OneView, the unified API gives composable infrastructure full programmability – a single line of code can fully describe and provision physical, virtual and containerised resources required for an application. This eliminates time-consuming scripting to low-level tools and interfaces.
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What Industry Analysts Are Saying
Composable Infrastructure Ecosystem
HPE Composable Infrastructure enables you to use a template-based approach and flexible pools of compute, storage, and fabric to abstract infrastructure elements and automate operational changes at scale. As an ISV or developer, you can programmatically control composable infrastructure through a single, open RESTful API. This Unified API is native to HPE OneView, which automates the provisioning, configuration, and monitoring of infrastructure.
The World’s First Platform Architected for Composable Infrastructure
Built from the ground up for composable infrastructure, HPE Synergy empowers IT to create and deliver new value instantly and continuously, achieving real savings and simplifying hybrid IT management. HPE Synergy is a single infrastructure that reduces operational complexity for traditional workloads and increases operational velocity for the new breed of applications and services.
Extending the Benefits of Composable Infrastructure
Flexible Storage Solutions
IT Infrastructure Services
In an IT era of unprecedented opportunity – and risk – HPE Composable Infrastructure bridges traditional IT and the Idea Economy to meet the new demands.
Accelerating The New Style of Business with HPE Composable Infrastructure
Composable for Dummies
Align your on-premises infrastructure with your DevOps team operation to enable agility in bringing new apps and IT services to market.
See how you can unlock value and accelerate success with Composable Infrastructure and HPE Synergy for IT infrastructure and data management
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