HP now offers Helion CloudSystem 9.0


HP said on Thursday that its HP Helion CloudSystem 9.0, HP ConvergedSystem 700 platform are available generally.

HP Helion CloudSystem 9.0 is the integrated enterprise cloud solution, while HP ConvergedSystem 700 platform is a workload optimized infrastructure purpose-built for HP Helion CloudSystem 9.0.

HP Helion CloudSystem 9.0 incorporates HP Helion OpenStack and the HP Helion Development Platform. Together, these three will deliver integrated open source infrastructure as-a-service (IaaS) and platform as-a-service (PaaS) offering.

“Enterprises are attracted by the promise of the cloud, however for many, the success of a cloud initiative hinges on the ability to integrate existing and new technology,” said Narayanan Chellappan, country director, Cloud Division, HP India.

“HP Helion CloudSystem 9.0 allows organizations to leverage existing infrastructure and expertise, manage traditional applications as cloud services, while supporting modern application development and delivery methods necessary to transition to a hybrid infrastructure.”

Additional benefits of HP Helion CloudSystem 9.0 s include:

#OpenStack software and Cloud Foundry application programming interfaces

# Hybrid cloud management capabilities

#Support for multiple hypervisors, including Microsoft Hyper-V, Red Hat KVM and VMware ESXi

#the latest version of HP Cloud Service Automation

# Integration with HP OneView

HP said Helion CloudSystem 9.0 can be deployed as standalone software supporting a multiple vendor hardware environment.

While HP Helion CloudSystem 9.0 provides customers flexibility and choice, it is also optimized for HP ConvergedSystem 700, delivering the openness of a fully curated OpenStack and Cloud Foundry technology-based cloud.

HP Helion CloudSystem 9.0 is available as a fully-integrated blade-based or hyper-converged infrastructure with HP ConvergedSystem.

At the same time, HP ConvergedSystem 700 is delivered fully optimized and pre-integrated with HP Helion CloudSystem 9.0 at the factory.

Arya Krishnan

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