HP expands its HPE GreenLake Cloud Services integrated with Azure Stack HCI

March 29 2022

HP Enterperise announced that its HPE GreenLake offering will be available in May integrated with Azure Stack HCI. With the offering, customers are able to run Linux and Windows VMs on-prem, at the edge, and in hybrid cloud environments. Leveraging Azure tools, GreenLake provides a pre-configured pay-per-use service.

The HCI market is expected to total over $14.7 billion by 2024, prompting HPE to grow its support for HCI, as well as hybrid and edge scenarios. The company plans to add 120,000 customers to GreenLake in April through a partnership with Aruba.

“This integrated and validated offering, delivered through HPE GreenLake, is important for our customers who require a cloud-like experience on-premises, and who want to be able to act on their data -- edge to cloud. HPE GreenLake and Microsoft Azure allow users to innovate anywhere with more flexibility and control over their on-premises workloads with a hybrid experience,” stated Roanne Sones, Corporate Vice President, Microsoft Azure Edge.

“The next wave of digital transformation will be fueled by apps and data everywhere, especially at the edge. With 70% of apps and data remaining outside the public cloud, HPE GreenLake and Microsoft Azure offer enterprises a hybrid solution that provides the cloud experience wherever the customer needs it, while reducing costs and accommodating business growth so customers can fuel digital transformation,” said Keith White, General Manager, HPE GreenLake Cloud Services, in a statement.

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