Storage for VMs and Containers
Storage solutions for virtualized data that deliver performance, integration, management, and availability for Tier-1 and mission-critical deployments.
Extend your virtualization savings
Virtualize more business critical workloads and get the performance, availability, and savings you need with HPE data storage solutions for VMs and containers. Get the flash-enabled, app-centric data infrastructure trusted by the world’s leading companies.
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Trust HPE technology leadership
Leverage the broadest portfolio of global market leading data center products: #1 in servers, #1 in external storage, #1 midrange SAN, and Leader in server, storage, and solid-state from Gartner Magic Quadrant.
Single platform for server virtualization
Scale without disruption, and manage storage as just another aspect of the virtualized environment.
Simplified client virtualization environment
Deliver a Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) experience that meets performance expectations and accelerates project ROI.
Persistent storage for containers
Make data as portable as containers themselves with persistent storage for Docker, Mesosphere, and Kubernetes.
Featured products and solutions
HPE Nimble Storage and HPE 3PAR all-flash, hybrid, or secondary flash arrays deliver performance and scale for container environments.
HPE Nimble Storage
Radically simplify operations with powerful predictive analytics. Deploy workloads on flash arrays, converged infrastructure and public cloud.
Look to VVols for virtualization efficiency
See how you can benefit from VVols integration capabilities from HPE. Reduce TCO through integration with the leading hypervisor and other infrastructure technology that’s the broadest of any enterprise storage vendor. 14
Enterprise DevOps and Containers: Exclude Data and Storage at Your Own Risk
The use of containers is spreading and it affects IT. In this Pathfinder Report, 451 Research examines the use of containers and offers some key recommendations about containers and storage.
- Enterprise IT sea change and response
- Mixed mode is the norm
- Consistency between dev/test and production is key