HPE Rolls out HPE Synergy for Organizations to Get Benefit from Traditional and Cloud Native Applications
FREMONT, CA: Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) has rolled out HPE Synergy, an extensible platform, to run both traditional and cloud native applications for organizations, reports Larry Dignan for ZDNet.
Built to run both traditional and cloud native applications, the new platform helps those enterprises that are looking for the benefits of running a hybrid infrastructure. It leverages fluid resource pools, software defined intelligence and a unified API to deliver the base for enterprises to continually optimize the right mix of traditional IT and private cloud resources.
“Market data clearly shows that a hybrid combination of traditional IT and private clouds will dominate the market over the next five years. Organizations are looking to capitalize on the speed and agility of the cloud but want the reliability and security of running business critical applications in their own datacenters. With HPE Synergy, IT can deliver infrastructure as code and give businesses a cloud experience in their datacenter,” comments Antio Neri, Executive VP and GM of the Enterprise Group at HPE.
Through a single interface supported by HPE OneView, HPE Synergy, brings together compute, storage and networking fabric on a single platform and easily allows a broad range of applications. The new release is perfect for customers looking to deploy a scalable hybrid cloud environment and enable continuous DevOps.
Furthermore, the HPE Synergy also deals with the issue of over provisioning and stranded resources, lets users to instantly boot up infrastructure ready to run physical, virtual and containerized applications. It enables customers to compose physical and virtual resources via a single interface, resulting sixty-percent less over provisioning.
It delivers applications at cloud speed by delivering software defined templates and bootable images for any workload and increases productivity and control with the help of unified API and a developing ecosystem of partners, like Arista, Capgemini, Chef, Docker. Microsoft, NVIDIA and VMware.