HPE and Cohesity deliver first joint solutions

HPE and Cohesity deliver first joint solutions

The American supplier of hyper-converted infrastructure solutions HPE and the specialist in the field of secondary data Cohesity are now jointly delivering complete solutions. The solutions consist of the HPE hardware, HPE ProLiant and Apollo SKUs, including Cohesity’s DataPlaform and some additional services.

The joint solutions launched are the result of a previously concluded reseller agreement between the hardware of the American HCI supplier and the specific software of Cohesity for secondary data and applications. This allows end-users to easily purchase and use the best applications and solutions from both parties from a single vendor in a single go.

For them, according to the collaborating parties, this then provides the best opportunities for the proper management of secondary data, better control of the growth of unstructured data, and the elimination of large-scale data fragmentation. This in turn allows them to save costs and reduce complexity.

A single platform

HPE and Cohesity provide a single hyper-converted and software defined platform that can handle all the different use cases for managing secondary and unstructured data. These include backup and recovery, processing both files and objects, testing and developing, archiving and performing data analyses.

Three SKUs with Cohesity and services

Specifically, the combined solution consists of three purpose-built HPE ProLiant 380 Gen10, HPE Apollo 4510 Gen10 and the HPE Apollo r2200 Gen10 server SKUs. In combination with Cohesity’s software, they form a single platform for secondary data and applications. In addition, HPE Pointnext consultancy, professional and financial services are also added to the package.

The HPE ProLiant 380 Gen10 SKUs are available immediately. The HPE Apollo r2200 Gen10 SKUs will be available from April and the HPE Apollo 4510 Gen10 SKUs from mid-year.

This news article was automatically translated from Dutch to give Techzine.eu a head start. All news articles after September 1, 2019 are written in native English and NOT translated. All our background stories are written in native English as well. For more information read our launch article.