HPE brings new Virtualization Capabilities


By adding its new virtualization technology, HPE becomes first to offer a comprehensive suite of enterprise-grade capabilities and services spanning the hybrid cloud technology stack.

Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) unveils new hybrid cloud offerings with HPE virtualization capability for HPE Private Cloud. It combines open-source kernel-based virtual machine (KVM) with HPE’s innovative cluster orchestration software to support the high performance and availability required for demanding enterprise workloads. Its virtualization clusters are managed through a cloud-based control plane, which removes the need to dedicate valuable resources for on-prem management. At the same time, HPE’s virtualization capability is designed to remain highly available, even when disconnected from the cloud.

Enterprises can achieve up to 5x TCO savings, when they adopt HPE Private Cloud and partner with HPE to modernize their virtualized IT estate.  

Hang Tan, Chief Operating Officer, HPE Hybrid Cloud

“The combination of our full-stack hybrid cloud capabilities and our open, hybrid cloud ecosystem makes HPE GreenLake cloud the future-proof hybrid cloud destination for enterprises. HPE GreenLake cloud has a proven track record of being customer-first and we are committed to open standards and multi-vendor, multi-cloud support. As part of this commitment, HPE will continue to partner with other industry leaders in virtualization and container technology, supporting the runtimes that enable the best solutions for our customers’ needs,” said Hang Tan, Chief Operating Officer, HPE Hybrid Cloud. 

HPE Private Cloud enables both virtualized workloads as well as cloud-native and AI workloads, with support for virtual machines, containers, and bare metal. Companies selecting HPE Private Cloud gain native integration with HPE hybrid cloud services such as data protection and cyber resiliency (Zerto, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company), as well as AI-powered IT operations management (OpsRamp, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company), along with leading third-party integrations. All of these are delivered under a unified, platform-based cloud management model through the HPE GreenLake cloud.

HPE’s virtualization capability is offered as part of a fully integrated private cloud solution, built on HPE’s leading compute, networking, and storage capabilities. Customers adopting HPE Private Cloud with HPE’s virtualization capability will benefit from a simple and intuitive management experience. HPE Alletra Storage MP allows to scale up and scale out independently to optimize for individual workload requirements, and it now extends data replication to the public cloud with its software-defined storage (SDS) capabilities. Through HPE advisory, professional, and managed services, customers can further protect against operational and technology risks while achieving faster time-to-value.

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