To provide ability to deploy application environments through shared service management
Hewlett-packard (HP) has launched new products and services, which it claims to help organisations drive innovation and scale up and down to meet changing business needs.
The company said that the new offerings allow organisations build technology environments that deliver, line of sight, enabling improved competitiveness and mitigation of risk through business data management, information governance and business analytics; innovation, speeding time to market for new goods and services; and return to peak form after being compressed or stretched is achieved through a converged infrastructure.
According to HP, the new Neoview enterprise data warehouse platform supports real-time insight and decision making, allowing customers to respond to business events faster. It is designed to reduce the cost of ownership with prebuilt, pretested configurations optimised for warehousing.
The HP Converged Infrastructure architecture addresses IT sprawl and lowers network costs and complexity through a flexible network fabric. It provides the ability to deploy application environments through shared service management and improve energy integration and effectiveness across the data centre through data centre smart grid technology.
In addition, the new HP Converged Infrastructure Consulting Services help customers transition from isolated product-centric technologies to a flexible converged infrastructure and allow customers to design, test and implement scalable infrastructures, the company said.
HP Enterprise Services provides IT outsourcing services to deliver an HP Converged Infrastructure and allows organisations outsource all or part of their infrastructure based on their business needs.
Ann Livermore, executive vice president of HP Enterprise Business, said: “Technology is a fundamental contributor to business innovation. With HP’s portfolio of products, services and solutions, organisations can build technology environments that deliver the outcomes that matter today and tomorrow.”