HPE on Tuesday announced that new data services for its GreenLake platform are now available. It also debuted the new Alletra portfolio of cloud-native infrastructure. GreenLake is the hub of HPE’s efforts to offer all its products as a service.
GreenLake takes many of the HPE’s software and hardware offerings and puts them together with HPE financing to produce capabilities that can be paid for on a consumption basis while operating as a managed service.
GreenLake is introducing the Data Services Cloud Console, HPE Alletra infrastructure portfolio, and new cloud data services. Together, HPE said that the new features bring cloud operational agility and streamline data management.
The new Data Services Cloud Console is based on the technology underpinning Aruba Central and designed to offer a unified API for HPE’s automation for apps. This also includes partner-led and custom-built data services.
HPE said that the console allows customers to access data as code and infrastructure. The new Data Ops Manager aims to provide users with data infrastructure management from any location and an app-centric, intent-based approach to provisioning.
Changing the game
The Alletra portfolio is managed natively by the Data Service Cloud Console and brings to users a series of workload-optimized systems combining All-NVMe HPE Alletra 9000 and 6000 systems for flexibility in architecture.
Tom Black, SVP and GM at HPE Storage, says that HPE is changing the storage game by bringing a full cloud operational model to customers’ on-premises environments.
Bringing the cloud operational model where data lives will accelerate the digital transformation, while smoothing out data management and aid customers in making innovations come to life faster than before, according to Black.