HPE announces general availability of GreenLake Central
HPE Greenlake Central helps customers run, manage, and optimise their hybrid cloud estate using a single as-a-Service platform across public and private clouds, data centre and edge workloads
Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) has announced that HPE GreenLake Central, unveiled in December 2019, is now generally available for HPE GreenLake customers. The software platform provides customers with a consistent cloud experience for all their applications and data, through an online operations console that runs, manages and optimises their entire hybrid cloud estate.
Building on its robust portfolio of on-premises pay-per-use services, HPE is introducing new HPE GreenLake converged data management and modern file storage service offerings with Cohesity and Qumulo, respectively. In addition, HPE is introducing enhancements to its as-a-Service portfolio with support for data management and file storage, and an enhanced co-location offering through partnerships with Cohesity, Qumulo, and CyrusOne, respectively.
HPE GreenLake brings the modern cloud experience to customers’ applications, data and workloads in their locations in a self-serve, pay-per-use, scale up-and-down way and managed as-a-Service by HPE. This allows customers to free up capital, boost operational and financial flexibility and enable talent to accelerate what’s next for their business.
Keith White, senior vice president and general manager of HPE GreenLake. “With continued high demand for hybrid offerings from our customers, HPE GreenLake Central is an innovative leap forward that enables our customers to choose the cloud destination that makes the most sense based on cost, performance, governance and compliance. It gives developers and line of business decision-makers ways to create and innovate at the speed they need to compete in today’s market.”
HPE GreenLake with Cohesity allows businesses to leverage Cohesity’s enterprise-class converged data management platform together with HPE GreenLake’s flexible, pay-per-use consumption model. This offering builds on the OEM partnership between HPE and Cohesity, allowing customers to eliminate mass data fragmentation, simplify management of data across locations, and do more with their data, so they can leverage it for business intelligence.