HP CloudSystem - A single platform for private, public, and hybrid clouds

It’s a fact of life: cloud computing is hot. And when it comes to the use of cloud services, businesses today are outpacing IT. Business users have been quick to recognize the cloud’s advantages in speeding innovation, accelerating business processes, and reducing time to revenue. They’re clamoring for greater cloud access, and in some cases even bypassing IT and signing up for public cloud services like those from Amazon and Microsoft®.

 

But enterprises and service providers have been slower to adopt cloud solutions because of well founded concerns about security, management, and efficiency. They’re uneasy about trying to manage private and public clouds with traditional in-house IT environments. They worry about application choice, security, and agility. They agonize over the potential for fragmentation and inefficiency stemming from

piecemeal and ad hoc adoption of cloud “puzzle pieces.” And in particular, they lament the lack of a comprehensive cloud solution.

 

HP CloudSystem – the integrated Cloud solution

HP is the one vendor able—today—to deliver a comprehensive, integrated cloud solution on a single platform, with all the attributes so prized by CIOs, service providers, and IT professionals. That solution is HP CloudSystem.

 

Based on proven, market-leading HP Cloud Service Automation and Converged Infrastructure, HP CloudSystem combines servers, storage, networking, and security together with automated system and hybrid service delivery management. The result is a complete cloud solution that’s prepared to fulfill the promise of “cloud driven” services and revenue for enterprises and service providers alike.

 

HP CloudSystem is the product of HP’s experience in delivering industry-leading automation, application management, and converged infrastructure capabilities. It enables clients to build, manage, and consume cloud services across private clouds, public clouds, and traditional IT environments—without having to know, or care, whether those services come from HP CloudSystem’s own “on-premises” resources or from the public domain.

 

For more information on HP CloudSystem visit www.hp.com/go/CloudSystem and follow us in Twitter @HPCloudSystem

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