News: Platform is based on the new Composable Infrastructure.
Hewlett-Packard Enterprise (HPE) has introduced a new platform dubbed HPE Synergy, which is capable of running both traditional and cloud native application.
The platform is based on the new Composable Infrastructure which is based on three design principles: fluid resource pools, software defined intelligence and a unified API – all designed to act as a foundation for organisations trying to balance between traditional and private cloud resources.
HPE Synergy also enables a wide range of applications and is recommended for customers looking to deploy a scalable hybrid cloud environment and enable continuous DevOps.
According to HPE, its Synergy platform has built-in software intelligence and auto discovery capabilities that will allow customers to boot up infrastructure, ready to run physical, virtual and containerised applications.
The platform also provides software defined templates and bootable images which will allow IT departments to provide an infrastructure that will be ready for any workload at cloud-like speed.
Customers will also get a library of operating environment images, where one person will be able to deploy composable infrastructure, streamlining the delivery of IT services, and enable IT to better respond to line of business (LOB’s) changing needs.
HPE Synergy has a unified API which provides a single interface to search, discover, provision and diagnose the composable infrastructure that is needed to test develop and run codes.
HPE general manager Antonio Neri said: "Market data clearly shows that a hybrid combination of traditional IT and private clouds will dominate the market over the next five years.
"Organisations are looking to capatilise on the speed and agility of the cloud, but want the reliability and security of running business critical applications in their own datacenters.
"With HPE Synergy, IT can deliver infrastructure as a code and give businesses a cloud experience in their datacentre."