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Catch some focused Composable Infrastructure insights from two HPE Synergy experts


At HPE Discover London, the hottest topic was the announcement of HPE Synergy, the world’s first platform architected for Composable Infrastructure and built to bridge traditional and new IT with the agility, speed and continuous delivery needed for delivering today’s applications.

During the event, Manoj Nair and Paul Miller of HPE Converged Data Center Infrastructure group met to discuss the HPE Synergy recent announcement, reactions from customers, and the new hyper-converged cloud solution with partner, Microsoft.

“Since the announcement of HPE Synergy, the customer input has been overwhelming,” explains Miller. “What customers really like about HPE Synergy technology is that it is solving real business problems— practical problems in their data centers around delivering applications, delivering the infrastructure for applications with cloud-like speed, being able to deal with over-provisioning in their data center, and just being able to make IT operations a lot simpler.”

New Hyper-converged solution offers bridge to composability

The new Hyper-Converged 250 for Microsoft is an Azure-consistent cloud in a box that enables businesses to run their applications on-prem while leveraging the public cloud for services such as backup and disaster recovery.

“When customers say they want to make hybrid infrastructure easier, we are delivering on that with this new hyper-converged solution,” says Nair.

Miller goes on to explain how the new hyper-converged solution fits into the overall composability picture. “It is one of our on-ramps to composability,” says Miller. “You can start with a hyper-converged solution and HPE OneView, and use it to transition to a Composable Infrastructure in the future.”

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