HPE aims at Dell by unleashing VMware’s Cloud Foundation as a Service on GreenLake
VMworld, San Francisco, Calif.– Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) announced the expansion of its partnership with VMware to offer VMware Cloud Foundation as a Service. Hewlett Packard Enterprise used the VMworld conference as a platform to take direct aim at rival Dell by unleashing VMware’s Cloud Foundation as a Service on HPE GreenLake.
VMware and HPE have a long history of co-innovation, with this they are enabling customers to bring the cloud experience to their data center. Through the integration, the two companies allow mutual customers to keep all their applications, tools and data in-place, while achieving the benefits of cloud and composable infrastructure
Through HPE GreenLake, mutual customers can benefit from a fully managed hybrid cloud environment in which they only pay for what they consume.This dramatically improves the value enterprise customers experience from a hybrid cloud environment, including agility and speed of composability,while achieving the benefits of cloud and composable infrastructure.
Through HPE GreenLake, mutual customers can benefit from a fully managed hybrid cloud environment in which they only pay for what they consume, customers can see 30% in savings in capital expenditures by eliminating the need to over provision their infrastructure, a 65% percent drop in the time it takes to deploy IT projects and a 90% percent drop in support and professional services costs.
The solution is compatible across on and off premises data centers, simple to operate and supports VMs and containers. This dramatically improves the value enterprise customers experience from a hybrid cloud environment, including agility and speed of composability, ability to shift resources from managing infrastructure to innovation.
The GreenLake VMware Cloud Foundation as-a-service offering comes with the enterprise Infrastructure-as- a-Service battle to increase among Dell and HPE . HPE said the new GreenLake VMware Cloud Foundation service will be available in 45 days. GreenLake VMware Cloud Foundation offering opens up GreenLake to what is the biggest private cloud market. “This takes GreenLake into the mainstream.
In BOX: HPE wants to aggressively expand the reach of its consumption-based model. Recently in Discover 2019, the company laid out an initiative to offer its entire product as-a-service by 2022, giving customers a choice of using and paying for the vendor’s products through the traditional method or via the GreenLake pay-as-you-go model.
This brings an opportunity for the HPE partners by putting VMware Cloud Foundation on Synergy opens the door to the most lucrative market opportunity yet for GreenLake a pay-per-use private cloud built on VMware Cloud Foundation which is being embraced as a multi-cloud standard.
Michael Dell, Dell CEO is very clear in bringing the technology to a platform by maintaining VMware’s independent status by expanding the partnership with HPE. “It clearly seems Dell is doing the right thing,” For this reason Dell is keeping VMware independent.
With this GreenLake will give a different shape to the Industry,as Ninety-five percent of our customers have standardized on VMware. This is going to have a very substantial impact on our GreenLake sales in 2020.
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