Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) – at HPE Discover 2017, Madrid — has revealed the benefits of HPE OneSphere, a SaaS-based multi-cloud management solution, assisting CIOs to control costs.
The US-based technology major said unified experience across public clouds, on-premises private clouds and software-defined infrastructure are the benefits of the cost effective HPE OneSphere solution. HPE OneSphere will be available from January 2018.
Enterprise CIOs can control and optimize resources and spending because HPE OneSphere provides a single view of usage and aggregate costs across all public cloud and on-premises deployments. In addition, the solution has the ability to provide “showback” costs by cloud, site, line of business, application or subscriber, and enable real-time self-service cost reporting to users.
HPE is delivering HPE OneSphere through its software-as-a-service (SaaS) portal, providing access to IT resources including public cloud services and on-premises environments.
HPE OneSphere is designed for IT operations, developers, and business executives seeking to build clouds, deploy applications, and gain insights faster.
HPE OneSphere’s multi-cloud strategy is the foundation of the new solution. CIOs can opt for HPE OneSphere and use the same with any public cloud provider to simplify operations. HPE said the solution works across virtual machines, containerized workloads, and bare metal applications.
HPE OneSphere provides users with a single point to access all their applications and data from anywhere. Through it, users can build private clouds and connect public cloud resources, resulting in a virtual resource pool.
HPE OneSphere streamlines DevOps and provides deep insights across an enterprise’s public and on-premises environments to accelerate cycle times, improve productivity, and generate cost savings – increasing the speed of digital transformation.
“With HPE OneSphere, we’re abstracting away the complexity of managing multi-cloud environments and applications so our customers can focus on what’s important – accelerating digital transformation and driving business outcomes,” said Ric Lewis, senior vice president and general manager, Software-Defined and Cloud Group at HPE.