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HP Delivers Enterprise Architecture For Evolving Business Demands

6/11/2014 by Sharon Shahzad


HP today announced enterprise architecture innovations that help customers reduce cost and complexity, accelerate IT service delivery and enable business growth. The new solutions enable a next-generation data center designed to rapidly virtualize, simplify and automate processes to address evolving business demands. 

To deliver rapid business value, organizations are looking to big data, cloud, mobility and security to drive revenue. However, transitioning to the New Style of IT is often hindered by the complexity and disjointed architecture plaguing data centers today. This is fueling the growth of software-defined data centers (SDDCs) – where infrastructure is virtualized, delivered as a service and controlled by software, in an open, agile and cost-effective way – in addition to other data center innovations. 

HP is delivering enterprise-proven infrastructure solutions to enable organizations to transform their enterprise architectures, including:

·Two new HP ProLiant Moonshot servers delivering high-density, ARM-based systems for hyperscale, datacenter environments.

·HP SDN App Store, the first enterprise-grade software-defined networking (SDN) application ecosystem in the market providing HP’s ecosystem partners a go-to-market platform together with consulting and support services that will enable customers to uncover the business value of SDN.

·HP StoreVirtual Virtual Storage Appliance (VSA) license at no cost to all purchasers of Intel® Xeon® E5 v3-based servers and single-click installation on new HP ProLiant Gen9 Server models, to help customers easily and cost-effectively adopt software-defined storage (SDS).

·HP 3PAR StoreServ 7200 All-Flash Starter Kit, which removes cost barriers to flash adoption by offering affordable application performance acceleration. 

“To meet growing business demands and capture profitable opportunities, organizations need to transform their operations to provide services faster, more efficiently and with fewer resources,” said Som Satsangi, vice president, Sales, Enterprise Group, HP India. “HP continues to bring to market a range of data center innovations that help IT departments move away from silos created by legacy systems to enterprise architectures that can quickly and efficiently service the business and drive innovation.”

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