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HP Product Manager Mike Verdugo releases new info on the next generation of the Cloud System portfolio, with major enhancements to the solution. HP's over all cloud portfolio includes a complete set of build and operate solutions and complementary consume operations such as public cloud and managed cloud services. The new product expands the build and operate solution, which is already in use with over 1200 customers worldwide. The new system introduces a self service marketplace portal and major enhacements to the user experience. There is also increased integration with HP OveView offering the same integration services at the hardware and cloud services level.
Both enterprise and hosting provider customers will find the new solution of interest. Mike discusses HP contributions to OpenStack. This next version of Cloud System is build on HP Cloud OS, a major contribution to OpenStack. This offers protection against lock-in and allows customers long term flexibility in Cloud environments.
HP Group Manager Brent Allen of HP Converged Systems reveals some of the thoughts that HP used as a basis for the newly introduced 300 and 700 series converged systems, code named Shark. These systems focus on dedicated workloads such as Virtualization, Private/Hybrid cloud, Client Virtualization (VDI), Big Data systems such as Hadoop or HP Vertica. Working closely with partners such as VMware and SAP as well as channel partners, HP is able to address issues such as speed of deployment (less than 20 days in some cases), rapid quote time for systems, and efficiency of design throughout the product life cycle.
This is a bit different from some go to market strategies that HP has used in the past, with a "Channel First" plan that has evolved out of the theme of converged infrastructure that HP has been promoting for several years, but moving integrated deployment up to the system level.
The offerings include financing and the ability to reduce the time required to meet a requirement, as well as templates for various application deployment schemes, saving costs in consulting and configuration settings for both channel partners and end customers.
HP's Kate Davis, WW Product Marketing Manager for HP StoreVirtual Storage @KateAtHP discusses the topic in depth with independent storage blogger Chris Evans @chrismevans from the UK, whose blog Architecting.IT is read by over 5,000 IT professionals each month.
Beginning with basic concepts and the underlying essentials of the technology, Kate and Chris quickly move to a discussion of products from other vendors.
The regular series HP Tech Talk is published each Tuesday, and includes interviews with HP experts on Cloud, Networking, Servers and Storage products and ideas that are defining a the vision of a new style of Information Technology that offers a strategic framework for HP offerings in the enterprise space.
HP's Stephan Spector introduces an expert guest on Cloud Service Automation, John McDermott, EMEA Portfolio Manager, Cloud Educations Services.
Cloud computing resources are so easy to mobilize that it's easy to misjudge the interaction and implications of interactions of private and public clouds spread around the world. John McDermott explains the role that HP simulation tools can play helping real world customers manage the planning surrounding deployment of workloads, regardless of the origin of the application, either on private or public cloud or in a managed asset environment.
HP Leadership Delivers Benefits to Enterprise Cloud Users
With roots in the development of Linux, HP is no stranger to the process of open source development. Today's guest is HP's Director of Opensource Outreach Mark Atwood talks about licensing issues and some of the challenges that are involved in one of the largest and fastest growing projects in the history of software development.
The complexity and dynamic forces of virtualization have double impact in the networking world, responding to rapid and continuous change and addressing the need for extensive testing before deployment on production data centers. HP's new approach to the problem is to create the tools and environment for enterprise networking that has been so dynamic in coping with those changes in the consumer space, the SDN App Store. HP Manager of SDN Marketing Jacob Rapp provides an overview of the approach that HP used to meet the needs of both large enterprises, yet offer small SDN start up companies powerful tools and laboratories to compete in the app marketplace.
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