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HPE GreenLake with Cohesity tackles enterprise data management with a pay-as-you-go solution

The data explosion doesn’t have to mean fragmentation. Cut through the inefficiencies and frustrations of storage data management with a consumption-based solution.

Introducing HPE GreenLake with Cohesity_Blog_shutterstock_1199236228.jpgData is pure gold in today’s fluid business environments. But the management challenges of dealing with the explosion of data assets can rob precious minutes of a peaceful night’s rest from beleaguered IT managers.

During daylight hours, these IT leads have to deal with primary data that could be siloed across VMs, physical servers, databases and network-attached storage appliances. Their secondary data may be fragmented across backup, files, object storage, dev/test and analytics environments. What’s more, many organizations rely on multiple point products for non-latent sensitive workloads, or turn to the cloud and the edge to store data, resulting in even more data silos. The overall picture is not pretty: inefficient, hard-to-control sprawls offer only limited visibility for decision-makers.

Until now.

The Cohesity DataPlatform, together with HPE Storage, is available to tackle this challenge of mass data fragmentation head-on. It’s a scalable, pay-as-you-go solution that provides consumption-based data management in your data center, at the edge, or in a co-location facility.

Read more about this hybrid solution that enables you to keep your data on-premises for maximum privacy and control when you need it, while still reaping the benefits of public cloud.

Learn more about HPE GreenLake: www.hpe.com/greenlake

Read more about the partnership between Cohesity and HPE to solve mass data fragmentation.



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