HP announced – at VMworld 2015 — new solutions to help businesses capitalize on their VMware environments.
HP will sell VMware NSX, allowing customers to deploy applications faster, simplify and automate their data center network fabric and improve security
New Converged Architecture, delivered as one integrated stack by a choice of certified channel partners saving customers time and resources
New HP Software-defined Compute Services for VMware solutions, Network Virtualization Services for VMware NSX, Client Virtualization Services and Education Services for VMware that will enable organizations to better react to changing business dynamics, while providing a secure, stable environment
“Today’s announcements further extend HP’s long-standing relationship with VMware to simplify the implementation of the software defined datacenter and cloud environments,” said Antonio Neri, executive vice president and general manager, HP Enterprise Group
HP and VMware also announced sales, support and go-to-market agreement for the VMware NSX network virtualization platform to help customers accelerate the deployment of new high-performing applications.
In addition, HP’s hardware L2 Gateway solution, based on HP FlexFabric 5930 switch OVSDB and VMware NSX integration, as well as the industry’s first jointly developed federated HP software-defined networking and VMware NSX network virtualization solution enabling seamless integration of physical and virtual data center infrastructure, will attain VMware certification.
“Software-defined data center enables companies to evolve beyond hardware-centric architectures to create an automated, easy to manage hybrid cloud platform that can meet the demands of both traditional and emerging cloud-native applications,” said Carl Eschenbach, president and chief operating officer, VMware.
HP is introducing more flexibility and choices of end-user computing solutions with VMware Horizon 6.1 and NVIDIA GRID to deliver highest density graphics virtualization options in the industry.
Powered by HP OneView, the new system gives a single management interface. Optimized for VDI use cases, these solutions provide variable, full lifecycle support options and open interoperability with third party top-of-rack networking switches and hypervisors from leading vendors.
These end-user computing solutions can support up to 3,500 users and are fully tested to run desktop virtualization applications at optimal performance, helping customers reduce provisioning time, cost, setup and installation errors.