Picture yourself as the proud owner of a classic car, a vintage beauty you've painstakingly restored with a significant investment of resources. It's more than just a car; it's a symbol of your dedication. Data, like your classic car, is a business’s most valuable asset. Just as you wouldn't leave the car exposed to the elements, you need to securely store and protect your organization’s information.
Your organization’s lifeblood – it’s data – will only grow in volume. IT leaders everywhere are managing mounds of it at their respective enterprise, but that doesn’t require owning expensive and complex hardware to store it. The focus shouldn't be on the intricacies of data infrastructure maintenance, but rather focusing on easy, secure, and uninterrupted access to your information. In an era where many services are consumed on-demand, your data management should be no different.
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.
Enterprises modernizing their IT infrastructure to keep up with the demand of a changing workforce need more from their storage providers. With the work-from-anywhere model here to stay, an enterprise storage solution that offers on-demand, always-on, and easy-to-use services is a must.
Companies have spent the past decade racing to achieve their digital transformation. One of the primary means of achieving this objective is through the cloud – a simple solution to a complex problem.
How much data is your enterprise creating and what are you doing about it? For most companies, data is being created, and subsequently stored, at faster and faster rates. However, many enterprises lack the tools to properly utilize and take advantage of their data, especially those that are still struggling with just the data storage part of the equation.
It’s no secret that HPE has been on the forefront of storage innovation for some time. Even with that knowledge, HPE’s recent announcement is still an exciting moment for IT leaders everywhere.
One of the greatest challenges faced by today’s enterprises is managing their ever-increasing volumes of data. Over time, the volume, location and importance of data have all evolved, and legacy solutions can no longer keep up.
When it comes to challenges faced by today’s IT organizations, there are few as universal as data management. In the last two decades, the volume of data that enterprises are expected to utilize, secure, and manage has increased exponentially. The location of that data has also changed, with much of it moving to the cloud or hybrid environments.