HPE Leads As Cloud Infrastructure Supplier

Synergy Research report shows HP Enterprise is the top supplier of cloud equipment, followed by Cisco.

Charles Babcock

March 24, 2016

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Everybody's talking about hybrid cloud but, who's actually doing something about it? If you're trying to build out a cloud-like infrastructure inside the enterprise data center, the preferred vendor of choice appears to be HP Enterprise.

That's one of the conclusions available fromSynergy Research's look at fourth quarter data on trends in the cloud infrastructure market. HPE's efforts to become a public cloud vendor itself were terminated at the end of January, as it finished phasing out its Helion Cloud.

However, its early commitment to OpenStack and the Open Compute Project may have left it in the right position to serve enterprise's own private cloud ambitions.

Synergy Research Group, based in Reno, Nev., found that HP Enterprise leads in supplying servers and storage for enterprise cloud infrastructure.

HPE launched its Helion CloudSystem Enterprise 90 as its flagship private cloud server product and offers it various iterations to fit different infrastructure needs. It comes with HPE Cloud Service Automation, HPE Operations Orchestration, and HPE Matrix Operating Environment software. HPE also offers a Helion Converged System 700, which, in addition to HP blade servers, includes VMware virtualization and 3Par storage.

Read the rest of this article on InformationWeek.

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