Technical white paper

HPE OneSphere security

Introduction

By 2020, Gartner predicts that hybrid cloud (also known as Multicloud or hybrid cloud) will become the standard as medium to large enterprises have begun moving suitable workloads to public and private clouds. This introduces new challenges for IT organizations in how they manage the hybrid cloud. Enterprises are seeking a unified management experience, as they begin to implement their Hybrid cloud strategies.
HPE OneSphere is a new approach to hybrid cloud, delivering a comprehensive, end-to-end software-as-a-service (SaaS) solution with hybrid cloud management as a service. There is flexibility in composing and operating virtualized as well as containerized workloads acrosson-premises private and public cloud platforms from a single unified user interface and common API.
HPE OneSphere is designed to simplify the Hybrid cloud operations and provide a low-ops experience, where all the control and monitoring operations are managed directly by Hewlett Packard Enterprise. HPE OneSphere gives IT operations a single point of management for organizing hybrid cloud resources and users into projects. This helps to control the resources that are delivered to users as a service from private and public cloud providers while monitoring the resources availability, performance, utilization, and usage cost of each cloud platform provider.