HPE simplifies SimpliVity with InfoSight AI tool

HPE simplifies SimpliVity with InfoSight AI tool

With SimpliVity, HPE has a solid platform for hyper-converged infrastructure in terms of data centre virtualisation and workloads in the edge. Starting this summer, HPE will integrate InfoSight’s AI capabilities into SimpliVity and expand its offering with new edge solutions for remote offices, among others.

After the integration of HPE InfoSight in the brand new Primera it is now SimpliVity’s turn. The HyperConverged Solution (HCI) will be deeply integrated with InfoSight to make it easier to manage virtual machines thanks to AI. HPE hopes that this will give IT staff more time to focus on innovation.

In combination with InfoSight, HPE SimpliVity wants to show customers detailed systems in terms of performance and required capacity. By means of predictive data analytics and accompanying advice, it wants to optimise the performance of these systems.


Together with the AI integration via InfoSight, HPE at Discover in Las Vegas announces two new solutions. HPE SimpliVity 325 will have focus remote offices or locations where space is limited. The solution is very compact and delivers a scalable 1U housing with one AMD EPYC chip each on board and all-flash storage.

The HPE SimpliVity 380 is a storage-optimised node that provides access to long-term storage. The high capacity allows centrally aggregated copies of multisite HPE SimpliVity implementations to be managed.

In addition, the Aruba switches are automatically configured when rolled out into new HPE SimpliVity HCI nodes.

Nimble Storage dHDI

Finally, HPE introduces Nimble Storage dHDI (disaggregated hyperconverged infrastructure). The platform dramatically simplifies the management of virtual machines without compromising storage and computing flexibility and scalability. Here too, HPE integrates InfoSight to speed up the roll-out of apps and optimise time and resources.

HPE Simplivity with HPE InfoSight integration will be launched worldwide from August 2019. HPE Nimble dHCI is not expected until the end of this year.

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