A HISTORY OF “PAY-PER-USE IT” AT HPE
From our first pay-as-you-go offering to the introduction of HPE GreenLake, HPE is paving the way on consumption-based services through innovation and partnership to help that meet the exact needs of our customers.
HPE GreenLake offers new innovations for mid-market and partners, and expands colocation partnerships
HPE has expanded its colocation partnership with CyrusOne and collaboration with digital infrastructure provider Equinix to greatly simplify the cloud experience for joint customers.
HPE adds scalable, modular entry points for containers, virtual machines and bare metal management and new partner enhancements.
HPE accelerates mainstream enterprise adoption for HPC with world’s most powerful solutions delivered as a service through HPE GreenLake
Any enterprise can tackle their most demanding compute and data-intensive workloads through a flexible as-a-service platform on-premises or in a colocation facility.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise expands HPE GreenLake VDI cloud services and partnerships to meet growing demand for remote work
With HPE GreenLake for VDI, customers can select the type of workers they want to support in their organization and the size of their remote workforce.
New HPE GreenLake cloud services expand to containers, ML Ops, and more…
HPE offers cloud services for containers, machine learning operations, virtual machines, storage, compute, data protection, and networking, all accessible via HPE GreenLake Central.
HPE delivers HPE GreenLake Central, the next-generation as-a-service platform
HPE GreenLake Central gives customers an as-a-Service portal and operational console to run, manage, and optimize their hybrid IT estate.
HPE and Nutanix announce general availability of HPE GreenLake and ProLiant DX solutions
The HPE GreenLake solution leverages Nutanix Enterprise Cloud OS software to deliver a fully HPE-managed private cloud that dramatically lowers total cost of ownership.
HPE brings hybrid cloud as a Service to VMware customers
HPE and VMware partner to integrate HPE GreenLake and HPE Synergy with VMware Cloud Foundation.
HPE announces plans to offer entire portfolio as a Service by 2022
HPE makes commitment to offer its entire portfolio through a range of subscription based, pay-per-use, and as-a-Service offerings by 2022.
HPE GreenLake Expands to the Cloud
HPE introduces HPE GreenLake Hybrid Cloud, a consumption experience designed to help customers manage and optimize their on- and off- premises clouds.
Partners Profit from GreenLake Consumption Model
Channel Partners will increase margin and revenue streams with the new HPE GreenLake Flex Capacity.
Introducing HPE GreenLake
HPE takes consumption-based IT to the next level with the launch of HPE GreenLake, a suite of consumption solutions targeting top customer workloads.
HPE acquires Cloud Technology Partners
Cloud Technology Partners (CTP), is a born-in-the-cloud services company with strong enterprise experience and DNA. Put simply, CTP helps its enterprise clients move, innovate and operate in the cloud.
HPE Acquires Cloud Cruiser
The acquisition bolstered consumption-based IT for customers and displayed HPE's commitment to further differentiate and strengthen HPE Flexible Capacity.
Recognition by Frost & Sullivan
HP Flexible Capacity is recognized by Frost & Sullivan with the Customer Value Leadership award, highlighting the solution's ability to address enterprise needs for a flexible, cost-effective, and holistic data center management service.
HP Launches Datacenter Care Flexible Capacity
HP launches Datacenter Care Flexible Capacity worldwide, a pay-as-you-go model that removes boundaries between datacenter and cloud resources for easy management of a hybrid IT environment.
Renault Chooses Pay-As-You-Go
Renault selects HP’s pay-as-you-go financial model to reduce capital investment and ensure predictable ongoing costs.
Incubation of IaaS
HP extend Infrastructure as a Service on a custom-basis to the EMEA region.
The Start of Pay-As-You-Go
Hewlett Packard (HP) begins the company's pay-as-go journey by introducing Utility Ready Storage, Utility Ready Computing and Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) programs to align costs to compute utilization.