HPE & Microsoft Coffee Coaching
WINNING WITH HPE + MICROSOFT
Coffee Coaching is a digital community from HPE and Microsoft that equips resellers and IT pros to sell and consume HPE OEM Microsoft products. Coffee Coaching was created to help resellers guide their customers to the greatest value from Microsoft products by pairing them with HPE servers.
SMBs, resellers, distribution partners, and customers can all utilize Coffee Coaching’s blogs and videos to learn about HPE/Microsoft solutions, news, recommendations, resources, support, and advice!
Windows Server 2019 OEM Licensing from HPE
Adding to the extensive catalog of HPE Microsoft products and solutions, we are excited to announce HPE branded Windows Server 2019 Reseller Option Kit (ROK) and factory licenses are now available to pair with new HPE ProLiant Gen10 server and Windows Server 2019 based solution offerings such as HPE solutions for Microsoft Azure Stack HCI.
Pairing HPE OEM Windows Server licenses with market-leading HPE servers give customers a complete solution with several advantages when compared to other licensing types: HPE OEM Windows Server licenses are the most affordable option for many SMBs, are customized for HPE ProLiant servers, and include 90 days of free HPE setup support.
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Azure Stack HCI & HPE Solutions for Azure Stack HCI
Azure Stack HCI is a Microsoft software-defined HCI solution that pairs Windows Server 2019, Hyper-V, Storage Spaces Direct, and Windows Admin Center management, along with HPE x86 hardware. It is a convenient way to realize the benefits of hybrid cloud as it makes it easy to leverage the cloud-based capabilities of the Microsoft Azure cloud.
HPE and Microsoft have partnered together to deliver , offering a choice of ready-to-go validated solution configurations, based on specific HPE ProLiant Servers and components which are tested, optimized, and validated with Windows Server Datacenter’s Storage Spaces Direct to deliver reliable solid performance and high availability for HCI.
Windows Server 2008 End of Support
At the beginning of the year, Microsoft ended support for Windows Server 2008. Organizations still running Windows Server 2008 will face a number of challenges including: increased threat of cybercrime, loss of support for popular applications, rising costs, and limited options for cloud computing. If your customers are still running Windows Server 2008, talk to them about the benefits of migrating to a newer, supported OS such as Windows Server 2019.
Windows Server 2019 + HPE ProLiant Gen10 Server Videos
HPE SMALL BUSINESS SOLUTIONS WITH WINDOWS SERVER 2019
The Coffee Coaching community
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