Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) has announced significant advancements to its hybrid cloud platform, including a unified operating experience, new cloud services and availability of HPE GreenLake in the online marketplaces of several leading distributors.
The HPE GreenLake platform provides the foundation for more than 50 cloud services, including electronic health records, ML Ops, payments, unified analytics and SAP HANA, including an array of cloud services from partners. 12 new cloud services have been unveiled by HPE which will drive data modernization, spanning across clouds that live on-premises, at the edge, in a colocation facility and in a public cloud.
HPE is also building out its network as a service (NaaS) offerings with GreenLake for Aruba Networking. These eight new services aim to simplify the process of procuring and deploying NaaS, allowing customers to align network spend to usage needs.
The new services are also optimized for channel partners looking to satisfy growing customer demand for NaaS and operate in a resale or managed service provider model. This is covering a full span of customer use cases, including wired, wireless and SD-Branch.
Additionally, HPE has introduced new and enhanced services for block storage and data protection to join current GreenLake data services.
Enhanced HPE Backup and Recovery Service is one offering, a backup as a service built for hybrid cloud, meaning that customers can protect their data for virtual machines, gain rapid recovery on-premises and deliver a cost-effective approach to store long-term backups in the public cloud.
Antonio Neri, president and CEO at HPE, said: “HPE was amongst the first to deliver a cloud platform that enables customers to manage and extract insights from their data from edge-to-cloud, and our continued innovation is driving growth and furthering our market leadership.”