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Get up to speed fast โ€“ Top 5 HPE GreenLake favorites from 2021


These resources give you a quick intro to the cloud that comes to you. I think it will be remembered as the year when businesses mobilized every effort to put the worst days of the pandemic behind them and return to something approaching'normality.' As companies look to innovations to help them adapt to the ever-changing landscape, I'm proud that HPE has helped numerous organizations fast-forward their transformation efforts. HPE GreenLake edge-to-cloud platform has been a big part of that. It's been steadily gaining mind-share among business and IT leaders.

Couldn't make it to HPE Discover? HPE GreenLake session replays are now available on-demand


If you missed our premier online event this month, you'll want to check out these business talks and demos to explore what hybrid cloud and HPE GreenLake can do for your business. HPE Discover 2021 is a wrap, but you can still catch the excitement and experience fresh insights for your business through a wide selection of sessions now available on-demand. Many of them focus on HPE GreenLake, our breakthrough as-a-service platform. These videos are a great way to learn how HPE GreenLake brings the speed, simplicity and agility of cloud to all of your apps and data, wherever they reside. As Keith White, SVP and GM for HPE GreenLake, put it in a recent article: "The world is going hybrid, and one of our most compelling benefits is that you don't have to come to our cloud. We bring the cloud to you. We are facilitating fast, agile, flexible, scalable and simplified experiences so customers can get out of the data management business โ€“ and instead focus on leveraging their data to drive better results."

HPE GreenLake edge-to-cloud platform brings the cloud to you


Take your cloud experience to new places. After years of working in cloud environments, we've come to expect some basics that we collectively refer to as the "cloud experience." For example, scalable capacity that's ready when you need it, and the ability to easily click and spin up new instances. In short, we expect a point-and-click experience with the added advantage that somebody else is managing the IT operations, so we can focus on accelerating outcomes--while paying only for what we use. But some customers want to maintain more control over their data and make sure it has the required security.

3 ways HPE GreenLake Central makes your life easier


Our intuitive self-service portal and management console for the HPE GreenLake edge-to-cloud platform enables you to simplify operations and deliver the right data and services to a wide range of stakeholders. Listen to Raj Mistry's interview with HPE podcaster Calvin Zito to learn about the many benefits that HPE GreenLake Central brings to your business. As HPE GreenLake edge-to-cloud platform continues to gain IT market share, it's also gaining mind-share among IT leaders as they become more familiar with the idea of bringing the cloud experience to apps and data wherever they reside. But there's an important feature of HPE GreenLake platform that might still be a bit unfamiliar: HPE GreenLake Central. Here's how I often define HPE GreenLake Central for customers: It's a SaaS-delivered solution that's the entry point for your as-a-service experience with Hewlett Packard Enterprise, and it's included as part of your subscription to the HPE GreenLake edge-to-cloud platform. It's built into every offering on the HPE GreenLake platform.

The world is going to be a hybrid scenario, and economics is a big part of it, says HPE GreenLake chief


"I can count the number of customers on one hand who thought they were going to go completely to the public cloud," says Keith White, who leads Hewlett Packard Enterprise's GreenLake product line, which bundles hardware, software, and services to make cloud-like experiences but on-premise. The cloud computing race in 2020 will have a definite multi-cloud spin. Here's a look at how the cloud leaders stack up, the hybrid market, and the SaaS players that run your company as well as their latest strategic moves. White was telling ZDNet why 70% of all workloads are going to remain on-premise rather than go to the public cloud. A lot of it comes down to economics.