Solution brief

Power to the VM administrator

True hyperconvergence from data center to edge

Modern data architecture

To be successful and harness the opportunities that come with an "everything computes" world, enterprises must address a new generation of applications and data that span across multiple platforms and technologies. Because most IT environments are very complex, companies are searching for simpler infrastructure solutions that are agile, automated, scalable, and simple. Whether your applications and data reside in the data center, private or public clouds, at the edge of your network, or a combination of the above, you need the flexibility to operate seamlessly across all environments. A hyperconverged solution provides that flexibility and simplicity by converging compute, storage, networking, and advanced data services for virtualized workloads into one simple to manage, software-defined platform.

Introducing HPE SimpliVity

This all-flash, pre-integrated, hyperconverged building block scales to 16 nodes per cluster/96 nodes per federation and dramatically simplifies IT by combining all hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) along with compute, storage, and networking. It also includes advanced data services for virtualized workloads - including VM-centric management and mobility, data protection, and data efficiency - and is based on the HPE ProLiant DL380 Gen10 server, which is part of the world's most secure industry-standard server portfolio For customers who need high-density nodes in their hyperconverged solution, Hewlett Packard Enterprise now offers the HPE SimpliVity 2600 for space-constrained environments.

HPE Composable Fabric

HPE offers a true HCI offering that includes not only software-defined compute and storage but networking as well. HPE SimpliVity with Composable Fabric includes an intent-based networking fabric that dynamically allocates bandwidth based on application awareness and automation. The fabric adjusts in real-time to the needs of specific traffic types and data needs, enabling the creation and enforcement of application-level service-level agreements (SLAs).