HPE will add its cloud-based HPE Infosight predictive analytics solution and recommendations based on it to its ProLant servers, Apollo systems, and Synergy computer modules. This will enable end users to monitor the management of their infrastructure even better, identifying potential problems and providing useful insights.

Today, companies increasingly need real-time access to their data. Clear overviews and analyses are of course very important. This allows companies to work faster and thus avoid unnecessary delays.

The U.S. supplier has launched its cloud-based Insight product for this purpose. One of the aims of this solution is to ensure that the infrastructure of business end users will automatically monitor themselves, thus becoming smarter and thus more easily able to indicate changes necessary for the optimisation of these networks, whether or not on the basis of their own recommendations. HPE Insight was already available to the supplier’s storage customers, but is now also available to end users of the ProLiant server family, the Apollo systems and Synergy server families.

Concrete improvements for HPE servers

Specifically, the solution provides administrators with a consolidated view of the current state and status of the server infrastructure, such as system information, server warranty and support rights, for their HPE servers, systems and computer modules via a dashboard. The solution also combines artificial intelligence (AI) applications with the supplier’s Active Health System (AHS) and Integrated Lights Out (iLO) technology for proactive monitoring and server management. This ultimately improves overall performance and prevents critical problems.

By using predictive analytics to monitor the servers, HPE InfoSight also provides insight into defects in specific components. In this way, administrators can already submit the necessary maintenance requests for replacement in order to prevent downtime. In addition, predictive server security analytics warn against fraudulent login attempts or protecting servers from costly server threats, among other things.

Finally, the now extensive application to servers, among others, offers end users recommendations based on patterns or signs of deviations in order to prevent performance bottlenecks on servers.

Combination OneView and availability

When HPE Insights is combined with HPE OneView, the on premise experience is simplified. With this combination, users can have access to, among other things, compute lifecycle management and infrastructure implementation on the basis of templates. This in turn leads to a software-defined infrastructure that can speed up the roll-out of infrastructure, simplify lifecycle operations and in turn improve productivity.

HPE InfoSight will be available worldwide on HPE ProLiant servers, HPE Synergy computer modules and HPE Apollo systems from January 2019.

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