Compute, storage, networking and software in fully integrated, workload-optimised systems.
Many Data Centres In One
Concurrent cloud operations, big data initiatives, client virtualisation and ITaaS can choke a traditional data centre. Likewise, IT budgets are increasingly constrained, stifling all hope of ROI. Fortunately, there is an answer – HPE integrated systems.
Converged, hyperconverged and composable infrastructures are integrated approaches to a modern data centre. Whether purpose-built or fully flexible, integration enables compute, storage, networking and software to be deployed as a system – versatile, highly scalable and rapidly deployable – and managed as one.
Fast to Results
Eliminate development time entirely and deploy in weeks, not months. Provision in minutes and scale seamlessly with an integrated system. The HPE ConvergedSystem 700 delivers:
Simple and Efficient
Get systems that come set up for your data centre and workload, with lifecycle management and IT automation built in. The HPE ConvergedSystem 700 delivers:
One infrastructure with one management platform to run all your workloads smoothly and efficiently. HPE OneView enables exceptional build and ops efficiencies across workloads.
From Converged to Composable
What Distinguishes Converged and Hyperconverged from Composable Infrastructure?
Data centres need to be simpler to manage, more efficient and optimised for both applications and operations – more software-driven, with faster deployments and an overall infrastructure designed for business needs. Choosing the right infrastructure is paramount and you have a variety of approaches.
Converged systems are simple to manage, integrated, scalable and purpose-built typically for a specific workload. Hyperconverged systems are simple and scalable also – built for virtualised workloads. But both converged and hyperconverged systems are fixed. Composable systems are also simple to manage, but are dynamic and can flex a fluid pool of infrastructure resources to meet any workload SLA.
ESG Report Video: Transforming the Enterprise with a Dynamic IT Infrastructure
Picture the infrastructure of the future. You're overhauling the engine while the car is not only moving but accelerating and changing lanes. Learn how IT service delivery can be streamlined and optimised through a more dynamic infrastructure.
Integrated Systems Your Way Today
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The Ultimate in Integration: HPE Modular Data Centres
CIOs and business executives are at the forefront of a transformation leveraging the competitive advantages of the new hyper-connected enterprise.
The HPE modular server portfolio addresses multiple market use cases and requirements. The company's BladeSystem c-Class product line is most proven.
Bring networking, storage, servers and security silos come together into a simply-managed, business-oriented data centre.
HPE set out to understand the issues and challenges associated with existing infrastructure management tools and processes in the user environment.
Covers the Location Discovery, Power Discover and Thermal Discovery Services available with HPE Intelligent Series Racks and HPE ProLiant Servers.
This ChalkTalk describes what hyper-converged infrastructure is, why it’s one of the hottest trends in 2015 and how can customers benefit.
Find Reference Architectures for every workload in our Enterprise Information Library
Third-party analysis by ESG comparing the HPE ConvergedSystem 700 to do-it-yourself approach and composite alternative integrated system, conducted in October 2014.
ESG White Paper: “Analyzing the Economic Value of HPE ConvergedSystem 700 for Virtualization in an Enterprise Environment,” December 2014.
IDC White Paper: “The Business Value of HPE BladeSystem,” Novermber 2015.
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