HPE GreenLake Hybrid Cloud, a managed cloud service for on-premise and off-premise clouds

HPE GreenLake Hybrid Cloud, a managed cloud service for on-prem and off-premise clouds

Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) introduced HPE GreenLake Hybrid Cloud, a managed cloud service to help customers manage their on-premise and off-premise clouds.

HPE is targeting enterprises that struggle in operating different public, private and hybrid cloud solutions. Hybrid cloud solutions allow enterprises to mix and match applications, services, and platform. This increases overall complexity. One of the key challenges in managing cloud environments is the availability of people with the right skill set.

Managing such complex environment without right tools is prone to errors leading to unpredictable cost and risks. HPE GreenLake Hybrid Cloud is targeted towards solving the complexity aspect of the multi-cloud environment.

Built using automated toolset featuring HPE OneSphere and HPE’s software-defined technology to support and operate hybrid cloud workloads, GreenLake Hybrid Cloud offers an automated, cloud-native model. It is designed to eliminate the need for organizations to hire or train new staff to oversee and manage cloud implementations. Thus it tries to eliminate or minimise human error and enables staff to focus on innovation.

HPE's acquisition of Cloud Technology Partners and RedPixie brings expertise in cloud architecture and implementation. With these capabilities, HPE GreenLake Hybrid Cloud will help customers manage and optimize environments in leading cloud solutions such as AWS, Microsoft Azure, and Azure Stack. For customers, it will further help further manage in choosing cloud environments, control security, compliance, and costs. GreenLake Hybrid Cloud brings in pay-per-use approach to on-premises environments using the HPE ProLiant for Microsoft Azure Stack.

According to Gartner by 2020, organizations that lack cost optimization processes will average 40% overspend in public cloud. In addition, many customers lack automation and simple tools to unleash the agility of the cloud, and continuous monitoring of controls and compliance frameworks to manage risk.

SVP and GM of HPE Pointnext, Ana Pinczuk said, “Enterprises need a fast, simple way to optimize their public and on-premises clouds to enable applications and data under a common operating model. HPE GreenLake Hybrid Cloud is a breakthrough solution that removes the complexity of operating multiple clouds and enables customers to maintain control, reduce costs and accelerate time to value.”

HPE GreenLake Hybrid Cloud helps deliver services for the continuous management of specific cost and compliance controls for public and on-premises clouds.

Key benefits offered by GreenLake Hybrid Cloud are, rapid time to value using Cloud-native, automated operating model, simplified IT using HPE Pointnext, continuous management of specific cost and compliance controls for public and on-premises clouds.

"HPE is a long-time leader in the consumption market. Based on eight years of experience offering flexible consumption models to customers, HPE Pointnext last year introduced HPE GreenLake, a suite of consumption–based, infrastructure and workload solutions that deliver IT outcomes in a pay-per-use model6 on premises. With HPE GreenLake, customers can access a simple, pay-per-use model, while maintaining control of the IT experience they deliver with fast onboarding and no capital outlay.", the announcement said.

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