HPE expands GreenLake services into new markets

Hewlett Packard Enterprise has announced three new cloud-related offerings to more powerfully defend data and make it more useful to analytics.

The leading is named HPE GreenLake for Data Protection that relies on the companys on-premises Greenlake data-center hardware sold on a pay-per-use standard rather than purchasing everything upfront.

The labor includes HPE Backup and Recovery Service for VMware and GreenLake for Disaster Recovery.

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The backup and repossession labor allows enterprises to back up on-premises potential machines to the open cloud. This is purely a labor with no hardware purchase requirements. Customers can regain immediately on-prem and it is specially aimed at defending over ransomware attacks.

Greenlake for Disaster Recovery is based on the data-management platform HPE acquired earlier this month when it bought Zerto for $374 million. HPE plans to liberate Zertos disaster-repossession platform as a labor via GreenLake with the promise of helping customers regain from ransomware attacks in minutes.

HPE also announced HPE Ezmeral Unified Analytics an on-premises data-lakehouse labor that enables enterprises to accomplish analytics using all their data regardless of what siloes they are stored in.  

As part of the unified analytics offering HPE launched Ezmeral Data Fabric Object Store a Kubernetes-powered object-storage labor where companies store information theyre processing as part of their analytics tasks. HPE has also added Ezmeral Marketplace a catalog to purchase Ezmeral software from partners including Nvidia and Apache.

’Organizations have veritably struggled with the modernization of these data-intensive platforms talking almost these legacy warehouses lakes and siloed deployments’ Matt Maccaux global field CTO for HPE Ezmeral said on a Zoom discussion.

’When I talk to executives they always say I need to get to the cloud I want to go cloud indigenous for these data-intensive workloads. But theyve veritably struggled with how to do that. And so we see these fractured deployments’ he added.

HPE also announced HPE Edge-to-Cloud Adoption Framework a labor for enterprises to assess their overall data-storage strategy with the idea of eventually moving to the cloud. The framework provides methodologies and automation tools to help that effort while focusing on the specific goals of each structure.

The framework consists of eight estates for edifice an powerful cloud operating standard: Strategy and Governance People Operations Innovation Applications DevOps Data and Security. Each estate framework is designed to assess its maturity over correspondent structures and other activity standards HPE says. It also aids in developing an actionable roadmap to meet nice benchmarks on the path to modernization according to the company.