One of the main The criteria by which companies measure success is growth. It is key to future success and long-term survival, as well as increasing profitability and market presence.
Unfortunately, with growth comes complexity. This is particularly true in an interconnected digital business environment, where new technologies are released almost every day, regulatory environments become more stringent, and customers become more demanding and want experiences across a wide range of channels.
At the same time, enterprises are under pressure to do more with less, modernize, and embark on a journey to the cloud to reap all the benefits of scalability, agility, cost savings, and more. Unfortunately, many get bogged down by this complexity and don’t know where to start.
Introducing HPE GreenLake
Fortunately, understanding that every business has different needs, H.P.E. introduced its HPE GreenLake platform, brought to South Africa by Tarsus Distributionthat automates tasks with cloud-managed infrastructure, freeing up time and resources for employees to work on new projects and reducing development and maintenance costs.
HPE GreenLake The edge-to-cloud platform for general-purpose computing is built on the foundation of rack-optimized HPE ProLiant and HPE Apollo servers, delivering scalability in a small footprint.
It can be configured to support even a company’s most critical applications and data on premises and even offers end-of-use recycling of existing IT assets in a secure and environmentally responsible manner as the company migrates to a more pay per use.
All infrastructure is delivered as a service with HPE GreenLake for Compute, so any business can scale up or down with no upfront capital investment. Plus, there’s no risk of overprovisioning or long purchase and deployment times.
Best of all, HPE GreenLake can be delivered to a local or co-located data center in as little as 14 days.
How HPE GreenLake works
At the foundation of these offerings is the HPE infrastructure that supports each HPE GreenLake cloud service. For example, HPE GreenLake for virtualization could use HPE SimpliVity, and HPE GreenLake for composable compute would use HPE Synergy.
HPE GreenLake solutions use the entire HPE infrastructure portfolio, including HPE Alletra storage and HPE ProLiant servers, as well as a variety of third-party software and services, such as Hadoop, Docker, SAP S/4Hana, VMware Cloud Foundation and Azure.
All HPE GreenLake cloud services are managed through the HPE GreenLake Edge-to-Cloud Platform, an advanced software-as-a-service platform that provides users with a consistent cloud experience for all their applications and data, regardless where they reside, whether on or off the premises.
Additionally, the platform gives users the information and controls they need to manage their hybrid IT state, increasing their use of public clouds and data centers.
At its core, HPE GreenLake is an as-a-service offering that brings the flexibility of the cloud to environments of all types.
In addition, the HPE GreenLake Platform offers an integrated management control plane that gives users a unified view of all IT operations, including public and private clouds, and even edge environments. It has a self-service portal that monitors usage, cost, security, compliance, performance, and a variety of other metrics.
At its core, HPE GreenLake is an as-a-service offering that brings the flexibility of the cloud to environments of all types, from data centers to enterprises large and small, as well as remote and satellite offices. Any business that signs up for an HPE GreenLake solution can reap the benefits of a complete, pre-configured system packed with all the hardware and software you need to be up and running almost immediately.
Additionally, with HPE GreenLake, HPE offers a number of infrastructure solutions to suit every type of workload. For example, the virtualization offering has options to implement an HPE GreenLake solution that runs virtualized applications, and the composable compute offerings have options to implement a software-driven composable infrastructure. The IT giant also offers solutions for many other types of workloads, including storage, backup, database management, private cloud, big data, and high-performance computing.
One area where HPE GreenLake really excels is in its consumption-based model, which enables entities of all sizes to get next-generation data center solutions without the expense and associated complexities that come with a traditional data center. approach to infrastructure deployment.
This means that companies benefit from:
- Monthly billing based on actual usage: The pay-as-you-go model for on-premises computing assets allows companies to align their IT spend with actual usage. They only pay for what they use above a reservation.
- Transparent and meaningful consumption data: The HPE GreenLake Platform enables enterprises to gain near real-time visibility into their usage data and can set budgets, create reports, and generate rule-based insights.
- Growth over time: With additional capacity buffered to meet unexpected spikes in demand for computing resources and HPE for Business monitoring consumption, it’s easy to quickly scale capacity ahead of an organization’s growth.
- Streamline operations with a simplified solution: The design, architecture, and installation of the enterprise’s IT infrastructure is managed by HPE, and you can also offload much of your day-to-day infrastructure management with optional support services from HPE and partners, such as Tarsus Distribution.
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