Get a sneak peek and register to learn about HPE’s new hyper-converged system March 15, 2016.
Have you heard about it? Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) has hinted that something new is coming and YES, something big is coming on a new HPE hyper-converged platform on March 15, 2016.
Last week, HPE released a sneak peek into their next hyper-converged solution. This new VM Vending Machine will let you deploy virtual machines (VMs) at cloud speed, simplify IT ops and reduce cost. Watch it here.
HPE has designed this new solution to help customers transition to a software-defined data center or the cloud. Hyper-converged is a software-defined architecture that tightly integrates compute, storage, networking, and virtualization resources from the ground up in a density-optimized platform that is centrally managed and supported by a single vendor.
HPE’s hyper-converged products serve as self-contained, modular building blocks that can handle changing workloads and accommodate new business needs with ease. You will no longer have to be concerned with complex and time-consuming infrastructure deployment and management in an environment limited to IT staff, cost limitations and scalability.
On March 15, 2016, HPE will host a webinar revealing details of our new hyper-converged solution. The webinar entitled, “Hyper-converged Systems Evolve: Simple IT that’s ready for your business” also will also feature a guest speaker from IDC.