Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) announced new innovations across its intelligent storage solutions to help customers unlock their data’s potential, drive actionable insights into new revenue streams, and deliver impact to their businesses.
To improve business impact, enterprises need infrastructure that is effortless to manage so they can focus on getting the most out of their data. Customers require seamless data mobility between on-premises and cloud to speed development cycles and protect their data. And they need a storage experience that aligns to their economic needs, with consumption-based models and financial flexibility.
HPE enables customers to harness their data and transform their businesses with intelligent storage solutions that adapt and self-adjust in real time, move data seamlessly where it needs to be, and optimizes data to the right economic model.
“Intelligence changes everything,” said Rajesh Dhar, Senior Director, Hybrid IT, HPE India. “Customers using intelligent storage can reap the benefits of AI and stop worrying about their infrastructure. Instead, they can focus on getting more out of their data, whether it be uncovering new revenue opportunities by moving and monetizing data in the cloud and edge, or by extracting the right data insights to improve their products and business models.”
HPE InfoSight uses artificial intelligence to remove the burden of managing infrastructure by predicting and preventing problems, as well as provide a foundation for context-aware data management. HPE InfoSight can reduce operating costs by up to 79% by enabling self-managing infrastructure and self-optimizing IT.
HPE InfoSight is expanding into workload management by adding the following machine-learning intelligence capabilities that reduce risk and manual work when planning for new workloads.
“The experience we’ve had with HPE InfoSight has greatly simplified our operations and has relieved our staff from constantly dealing with infrastructure issues,” said Stefan Floyhar, Senior IT Director, Ferrara Candy Company. “We have been thrilled with the proactive support we’ve received, and HPE InfoSight has been directly responsible for preventing critical outages that we never would have found on our own. The addition of cross-stack recommendations enhances InfoSight’s ability to watch over our virtualized environments so we don’t have to.”
With more applications being developed for the cloud, enterprises need to optimally move data across their hybrid cloud environments. HPE Cloud Volumes, currently available for HPE Nimble Storage, delivers an enterprise-grade storage service with hybrid and multi-cloud mobility. Today, HPE Cloud Volumes is expanding service capabilities and global reach with:
HPE Memory-Driven Flash is a new class of storage built with SCM and NVMe that accelerates application performance for HPE 3PAR and HPE Nimble Storage. HPE Memory-Driven Flash lowers latency up to 2X and is up to 50% faster than all-flash arrays with NVMe solid state drives. Intelligence built into HPE 3PAR and HPE Nimble Storage optimizes SCM to enable real-time processing for latency-sensitive applications and mixed workloads – like AI and machine learning or high-speed transactions – at scale. HPE 3PAR is the first enterprise storage platform available with SCM and NVMe. HPE Memory-Driven Flash marks an architectural shift to memory-driven architectures that will drive the next generation of innovation.
The world’s most intelligent storage is built from a portfolio of workload-optimized storage products that serve as the ultimate destination for all types of data. HPE manages 500 PB of customer data delivered as a service with HPE GreenLake Flex Capacity, providing customers scalability and simplified IT operations, all in a pay-per-use model on premises. HPE is now expanding HPE GreenLake for backup to include Veeam Software as part of the consumption-based model, further simplifying the economics of data protection.