Around the cloud at HP

HP is fully immersed in cloud computing.  Cloud is one of the major areas of focus for our R&D team and we have various engineering and product development teams across a variety of disciplines working to further cloud computing.  As a result, cloud is a big topic here.  I thought you might be interested in some of the other HP cloud blogs and news published.

 

  • HP recently announced the formation of a team of uber-experts.  Called the cloud advisory team, this group has a combined experience of nearly 200 years of technical, strategic, visionary and real-world experience.  More details in this Market Watch article.
  • Interested in a new cloud boot camp or want a cloud readiness tool?  Learn more in this blog post from Charlie Bess talking about HP at VM World.   
  •  What are the characteristics that make Private Cloud so attractive to enterprise businesses?  What are the fundamentals you should consider?  Learn here: Private Cloud via HP Converged Infrastructure – Foreshadowing the blue skies ahead.
  • Want to access your cloud readiness?  Use this new tool to rate your cloud readiness.
  • Last week we announced the acquisition of Denver-based Stratavia, a privately held database and application automation company, that will bolster our automation portfolio and bring more of that to the cloud.  More in this press release. And then read Mike Shaw’s blog about why this acquisition is important to you. 

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