Reshaping IT with cloud solutions

Recent years have seen rapid growth of cloud computing. From startups creating cloud-native applications to enterprises shifting their IT operations to the cloud, virtualized computing resources and pay-as-you-go pricing are rapidly reshaping IT practices.

Public, private, or hybrid?

Public cloud computing isn’t right for every workload. Compliance standards may require confining certain functions to private data centers.

Balance costs

While pay-per-usage pricing can be an advantage, in some cases, public cloud can actually be more expensive than in-house solutions. 

How to optimize your cloud

To maximize flexibility and efficiency while minimizing costs, many organizations choose private cloud or hybrid cloud computing.

Hybrid and private cloud computing

Structure your dedicated data center to function exactly like public cloud, with virtualized computing resources made up of the shared capacity of many machines. Create a hybrid cloud solution by integrating public cloud to add capacity and lower costs.

Success in action
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Magellan Robotech uses HPE OneSphere

HPE OneSphere enabled Magellan Robotech to streamline their operations and provide better support to their customers.


Magellan Robotech needed to streamline access to multicloud resources to keep pace with market demand.


HPE OneSphere accelerated application development, testing, and go-to-market.

“HPE OneSphere is about self-enablement. It supports our legacy, current, and future application stacks.”

Graham Banner, Head of IT Operations, Magellan Robotech


With OneSphere, Magellan was able to gain immediate insight into their environments, track costs, and deploy applications more quickly.

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