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HPE brings its predictive analysis tool called InfoSight to its servers. That’s what ZDNet reports. Previously, InfoSight was only available for storage. Now the tool is also available for ProLiant servers, Synergy computer modules and Apollo systems.

InfoSight monitors the infrastructure to identify potential problems and provide possible solutions. The tool came under the management of HPE after the acquisition of Nimble Storage for 1 billion dollars last year. The tool analyses millions of sensors from a globally connected installed base. The data it collects is used to predict and prevent problems.

With server availability, InfoSights will provide insights into the problems of selected components. This allows IT teams to make improvements to their maintenance in advance. The tool can also provide alarms for server security, such as login attempts by potential criminals. Customers can also view the status of their servers via a wellness monitoring dashboard.


HPE states that the situation of customers requires a hybrid environment. It is automated and self-healing and tackles problems in real-time. For example, IT employees can focus on change, instead of managing navigation around hardware downtime and exceptions in policy.

According to the company, HPE storage customers have seen their operational costs decrease by up to 79 percent. Their tickets are solved in 85 percent less time and 86 percent of the problems are automatically predicted and solved before anyone knows there is a problem.


HPE further announced this week that HPE Pointnext IT services now offers new Datacenter Care services. The new services include backup analysis and data loss prevention, SAP HANA migration, Microsoft Azure configuration and management, performance optimization, business risk reduction, and advanced security and automation for routine IT tasks.

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