HP Converged Cloud

HP Converged Cloud

Developed specifically for businesses, the HP Converged Cloud portfolio extends the power of cloud computing infrastructure, applications and information through: · Choice – The open approach of HP, based on industry standards, supports several virtual management solutions machines (hypervisors), operating systems and development environments, and heterogeneous infrastructures, and an extensible ecosystem partners. ;

Certainty – The portfolio includes solutions for management and security information, applications and infrastructure. · Consistency – Ensure through a single common architecture . In HP Converged Cloud portfolio combines the leading families of solutions of HP Converged Infrastructure, HP Converged Management and Security, Converged Information technology and enhanced OpenStack.

The convergence of cloud computing and connectivity of mobile technologies is changing the way applications and infrastructure development and provision information , “noted Bill Veghte, Chief Strategy Officer and Executive Vice President, Software, HP. 

The portfolio of HP Converged Cloud allows companies to integrate information technology infrastructure they already have a mix of solutions for public and private environments, cloud, and cloud services offered by third parties. This can create a single hybrid environment that adapts quickly to their demands as they change , he said. 

New research highlights the need for a new approach A new survey conducted on behalf of HP reveals that organizations are subject to significant changes in the way in which services are rendered. It also emphasizes that companies decide to outsource the management of more and more cloud solutions providers to third parties without the approval of computer parts. The survey revealed that almost one in two business segments that have used cloud solutions not approved by the department , while 18% of respondents said it is uncertain whether this happens or not. As expected the use of private and public cloud computing models will double by 2020, companies are asked to find a method to adopt these solutions, but to add extra complexity and risks in their environments. The new portfolio of HP Converged Cloud Solutions HP Public Cloud for the new generation of web applications – Part HP Cloud Services will introduce the public beta version of the new solution HP Public Infrastructure as a Service on 10 May. 

The solution offers enterprises computing resources or virtual machines on-demand, and expandable online storage. Also accelerate the provision of cached content to end users. Thus, developers can build services in just a few minutes and pay only for resources used. Also, the same day, the HP Cloud Services department will present the private beta version of two more products Infrastructure-as-a-Service: A service for relational databases MySQL and a block storage service that supports data transfer between computing resources. Management Hybrid environments – The new system HP Cloud Maps extends the integrated and open solution that offers the company, providing templates proparametropoiimena applications, which create a customized list of services for applications that can be used immediately. In conjunction with leading solution HP CloudSystem, the HP Cloud Maps system can reduce the time required to develop new cloud services for business applications from months to minutes. 

To help test applications, the company owns and software solution HP Service Virtualization 2.0, which allows companies to check the quality and performance of cloud or mobile applications, without having to shut down their production systems. This is achieved because the solution provides a virtual simulation environment, which offers access to limited services. 

To help address the problems often experienced by businesses when developing new cloud services into existing, complex networks, HP offers the new solution HP Virtual Application Networks. The solution accelerates the implementation of applications, automates the management and ensures high performance network services across the entire range of architecture HP FlexNetwork. In addition, HP has launched two new networking services to help businesses gain the most from networks. The service HP Virtual Network Protection Service leverages best practices to create a base level of security to managing virtualization of the network to reduce the risk of common threats. 

The service HP Network Cloud Optimization Service helps companies enhance their network to improve their IT service provider based on cloud models by up to 93% compared to traditional techniques downloading. For companies that prefer not to manage the same in the cloud, HP introduced the package of services HP Enterprise Cloud Services, which offers solutions for private clouds, unified communications services and business continuity. By entrusting the management of the cloud in a reliable provider of IT solutions, businesses can benefit from the use of on-demand model, and specific models costing in order to redirect the money saved on other strategic projects. Apart from the new top portfolio, HP has very extensive experience in the field of cloud computing. Today, Autonomy, a subsidiary of HP, now has the largest private cloud in the world, surpassed an important milestone in the field of data processing.Specifically, the private cloud of Autonomy, which builds on the Autonomy Intelligent Data Operating Layer (IDOL), now manages data from web content, video, email and multimedia over 50 petabytes, which are 6.500 servers, in 14 data centers, around the world. 

To further expand its portfolio, HP offers and family services HP Engineering Cloud Transformation Services, which helps development teams and engineering to take advantage of cloud computing with confidence to enhance their productivity and to move quickly to introduce new products to market. The company also offers training sessions on new Cloud Security Alliance, which aimed to equip clients with the knowledge necessary to avoid security risks of cloud solutions.


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