HP updates its Helion Portfolio


At HP Discover 2015, the company has announced updates to the HP Helion portfolio that will help enterprises realize the benefits of transitioning to a hybrid infrastructure. HP introduced HP Helion CloudSystem 9.0 and enhancements to HP Helion Managed Cloud Services to manage enterprise workloads in a secure hosted cloud environment.

“Enterprise customers have a range of needs in moving to the cloud – some need to cloud-enable traditional workloads, while others seek to build next-generation ‘cloud native’ apps using modern technologies like OpenStack, Cloud Foundry and Docker. The expanded support for multiple hypervisors and cloud environments in HP Helion CloudSystem 9.0 gives enterprises and service providers added flexibility to gain cloud benefits for their existing and new applications,” said Narayanan Chellappan, Country Director, Cloud Division, HP India.

HP Helion CloudSystem 9.0 expands support for multiple hypervisors and multiple clouds to provide enterprises and service providers with maximum flexibility. Additionally, HP

hp logo hi 300×300 HP updates its Helion PortfolioHelion CloudSystem 9.0 integrates HP Helion OpenStack and the HP Helion Development Platform to provide customers an enterprise-grade open-source platform for cloud native application development and infrastructure.

HP Helion CloudSystem 9.0 is available as standalone software supporting a multiple vendor hardware environment or as a fully-integrated blade-based or hyper-converged infrastructure with HP ConvergedSystem. Availability is planned for later this year.

HP Helion Managed Cloud Services provides enterprise security and high availability capabilities needed to run mission-critical business applications, while meeting customers’ data sovereignty, regulatory and compliance requirements, and backed by enterprise-grade service-level agreements.
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