Hewlett Packard Enterprise has announced at HPE Discover — company’s virtual conference — a comprehensive set of enhancements to its HPE GreenLake edge to cloud platform.
According to the company, these enhancements are set to make it easier for its customers to manage their workload, optimise and secure applications from edge to cloud and mobilise all forms data irrespective of location.
Further, HPE announced that new HPE GreenLake cloud services will support critical applications across industries, such as for 5G, electronic medical records, financial services, data and risk analytics, and high performance computing (HPC) and artificial intelligence (AI).
“Organizations today know that to succeed in their industries, they must pursue a cloud everywhere mandate, which enables them to collect, analyze, and act on data, wherever it resides,” said Antonio Neri, president and CEO at HPE. “The HPE GreenLake edge to cloud platform empowers organizations to harness the power of all their data, regardless of location, and today’s announcements further extend HPE’s leadership in this hybrid cloud market. From silicon, software, and security, to workloads that organizations rely on to run their businesses, HPE continues to extend the reach of the HPE GreenLake cloud platform, to help customers accelerate digital transformation and generate tremendous business outcomes.”
HPE also said that it is addressing the challenge with Project Aurora to deliver a cloud-native, zero-trust security to HPE’s edge-to-cloud architecture. According to the company, Project Aurora will embed within the HPE GreenLake cloud platform building blocks to automatically and continuously verify the integrity of the hardware, firmware, operating systems, platforms, and workloads, including security workloads. Project Aurora will become available in HPE GreenLake Lighthouse, HPE GreenLake cloud services and HPE Ezmeral software platforms later this year.
Another thing announced by HPE is a pay-per-use, consumption-based pricing model that will optimise at the silicon level to offer a more granular cloud experience with better metering, reduced buffering time and faster deployment. Silicon on-Demand is available now on the HPE GreenLake cloud platform.