Every day, IT leaders read articles about why their organization needs to be in the cloud. In this article, we want to lay out how the journey to the cloud has unfolded and identify how HPE continues to play a key role in defining what the cloud is becoming. While many enterprises have embarked on a cloud journey, the destination may still be on-prem.
Hybrid work, hybrid vehicles, hybrid energy and of course, hybrid cloud. It is a hybrid world as the hybrid transformation is affecting so many aspects of our lives. For enterprises, the shift to the hybrid cloud didn't happen in isolation. It is the result of multiple, incremental changes across business and technology:
Have you ever cleaned your house and identified random items scattered around or realized an appliance needs maintenance? Businesses experience similar scenarios when dealing with data and workloads. It's like navigating a cluttered space in desperate need of organization. That’s where HPE GreenLake comes in. This technology can be your personal organization guru and bring order to your data.
Cloud operations have significantly reshaped digital transformation, especially storage-as-a-service. The focus for storage management is shifting from infrastructure to applications, revolutionizing how businesses handle data. Despite these advancements, challenges such as costly services, data availability rates, scalability, and complex management require careful consideration and resolution.
The trend of dining out continues to captivate Americans. In 2022, restaurant expenditures surpassed grocery shopping by 20%. However, this does not imply a surge in dine-in experiences, with 44% of consumers reportedly ordering takeout up to three times a week. This figure stretches to 57% on a global scale. But what's steering people away from traditional home-cooked meals? You could take on the task of gathering ingredients, employing the right tools, following a recipe, and overseeing the cooking/baking process. Alternatively, you could order a pizza from a local eatery and have it delivered to your doorstep, usually without making a phone call.
In today's digital landscape, managing computing infrastructure has become an increasingly complex and challenging task. As more businesses move their data and applications to the cloud, concerns around cloud security and compliance have become increasingly prevalent. Public cloud providers, such as Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud Platform (GCP), offer a range of security features and tools to protect their customers' data. Despite these efforts, breaches may occur and businesses face limitations of liabilities from third-party providers in such events. One solution that addresses these concerns originates from HPE GreenLake.
Enterprises are taking advantage of modern technology to improve customer engagement, in-house operations, cybersecurity, and in-house operations as the age of digitalization exponentially evolves. Big data analytics, AI, and edge computing have pushed IT demands higher than ever before, meaning a faster time-to-value ratio is key for success. To meet this challenge, HPE GreenLake and HPE Synergy offer organizations powerful solutions that allow them to stay digitally agile.
In today's hyper business climate, companies need to be faster and more agile in order to stay ahead of the competition.To keep up, IT decision-makers are looking for efficient ways to improve operations and reduce costs. Hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) is a popular solution but comes with some compromises such as higher costs or limited built-in data protection. HPE SimpliVity offers an alternative that provides the same hyperconvergence experience without sacrificing performance. Keep reading to discover more about this revolutionary technology!
Today's virtual machine (VM) administrators are tasked with an immense challenge. They must have a wide range of experience to manage their complex VM system and support both traditional and modern applications. Additionally, they must work continuously to reduce VM sprawl. These tasks become exponentially more complicated when you factor in financial concerns. Fortunately, HPE has a solution: dHCI and GreenLake.
Keeping your data, applications, and services up to date is a challenge made even more complex by cloud migration strategies that spread capacity across multiple on- and off-premise environments. This can make it difficult to ensure you always have enough storage for everything. However, imagine having the ability to manage your data storage effortlessly and securely across all locations with a single, unified console. This tool would not only provision and configure your arrays, but also provide you with the flexibility of choosing pricing models that best suit your company size and budget. This is where HPE Alletra comes in. Let’s explore.