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How FSIs can ignite innovation and drive down costs with on-premises, as-a-service IT


Financial services institutions are looking for ways to counter market disruptors, free up cash and build a more agile workplace. HPE GreenLake can help them build a bright future. Anyone who has ever checked an account balance on a mobile phone or made a credit card payment online is aware of just how much banking services have changed in the past ten years or so. The advances we're seeing in our consumer lives are the result of sweeping changes in the back end, as financial services institutions push to digitize their offerings. For many FSIs, there's still a long way to go.

HPE expands GreenLake with new cloud services, silicon on demand and more


Hewlett Packard Enterprise on Tuesday began rolling out a series of innovations to GreenLake, its platform for delivering everything as-a-service, including a new tool for workload optimization and a first-of-its kind "silicon on-demand" service developed jointly with Intel. The company is also introducing new vertical industry cloud services, significantly expanding the scope of workloads and applications GreenLake supports. The continued, significant expansion of GreenLake, first launched four years ago, underscores HPE's vision for the platform, which CEO Antonio Neri laid out to reporters this week. It's far more than a payment model, he said. "GreenLake is an experience," Neri said, "which basically delivers the entire solution to you that you can consume as a service. It's the full, optimized solution for whatever outcome you're trying to achieve."

HPE Prepares for an Edge-to-Cloud World - Connected World


A lot of news came out of HPE Discover 2021, HPE's (Hewlett Packard Enterprise's) annual conference focusing on all things edge-to-cloud, and now that the event is over, we can look at some of the highlights and evaluate their impact on the space as a whole. HPE's three-day event included themes like sustainability, what it means to be a purpose-built company, and the importance of having a solid data strategy to unlock a sustainable, data-driven future. As the world recovers from the COVID-19 pandemic, HPE's leadership in these areas will help drive what's fast becoming a hybrid, edge-to-cloud world. To power this so-called "edge-to-cloud era," HPE released innovations to its HPE GreenLake cloud platform that span silicon, software, and security. For instance, the company announced new vertically optimized cloud services in GreenLake for mission-critical applications and workloads.

Your most demanding workloads โ€“ as a service, on-premises. Now that's a game-changer.


You might be surprised by the heavy-duty workloads that HPE GreenLake's self-serve, pay-per-use model can handle. Here are a few examples of our cloud services, including the just-announced HPE GreenLake for High-Performance Computing. Even as the first wave of cloud computing continues to unfold and businesses shift their most portable, 'low-hanging' workloads to the public cloud, a second wave is under way โ€“ the move to consumption-based IT. Companies are turning to as-a-service models to get the cloud experience of speed, agility and simplicity for workloads that must remain on-premises, for reasons ranging from latency to application dependency to regulatory compliance. HPE is leading the consumption wave with HPE GreenLake, our self-serve, pay-per-use platform that's easy to scale up or down and managed for you by HPE.

Positioning your service provider business for the as-a-service spending surge


Edge-to-cloud architectures deliver speed, flexibility and freedom while bypassing the inefficiency of over-provisioning and the risks of under-provisioning. With HPE GreenLake edge-to-cloud platform, service providers can achieve increased security while maintaining optimal control. The pandemic has accelerated the shift towards agile, pay-per-use cloud service models. For cloud, telecom and managed service providers, this could spur significant growth in the years to come--provided they can put in place flexible, cost-efficient IT infrastructure that enables them to respond quickly to end-customer needs. The pandemic has accelerated the shift towards agile, pay-per-use cloud service models.