HPE’s Nimble Storage has taken its partnership with Veeam Software to the next level with the next generation of Nimble Storage Adaptive Flash Arrays, which combines flash arrays with Veeam backup software into one data backup solution. What makes their integration so special? This new data backup solution is about much more than keeping a copy of data and storing it for disaster protection. It also gives you the ability to leverage the data you store by restoring granularly so that you can quickly and easily test individual files, all within one system.
According to a recent press release, Hewlett-Packard Enterprises (HPE) is poised to release new offerings that will be designed to help customers increase, optimize, and scale artificial intelligence (AI). Usage throughout a variety of business functions to help realise outcomes such as improved operational efficiency, better demand forecasting, and increased sales.
As one of the leaders in the IT industry, Hewlett Packard Enterprise has been at the forefront of business solutions. The company is now taking things further by expanding its unique “Pay-Per-Use IT” model to many key business workloads.
Introducing HPE OneSphere
HPE OneSphere is the first multi-cloud management solution that offers a simplified yet unified service. It covers a range of private clouds, public clouds, hybrid variations, as well as software-driven infrastructure. This is achieved by letting clients access various IT resources – whether it be data, apps, and more – that reside within the cloud structure. Not only does this optimize resources, but it also allows apps and programs to be deployed faster, and helps minimize disruptions due to failovers.
At ‘Discover 2017 Madrid‘, HPE unveiled industry-leading solutions that help customers capitalize on new revenue opportunities created by the overwhelming amount of data that is available to businesses.
Businesses can now realize these opportunities through innovations in data storage, and then harvesting and processing the data to gain customer insights. For businesses of all sizes, data is the foundation for these revolutionary changes.
Many industry experts predict that the future of search lies not in the keyboard but the human voice. Voice-based search has been growing in popularity and acceptance in recent years. Devices such as Google Home and Amazon Echo have since been taking centre stage.
Less widely reported is that voice-based search is also making inroads in the business world. It just makes sense that voice search would take hold in this venue, one where time is money.
Anything that can reduce wasted time and provide faster search results is sure to be welcomed in the business world. While Amazon and Google have been in the press, HPE has been quietly bringing artificial intelligence to the data centre.
Most enterprises today manage and consume IT services across an infrastructure that combines the standard on-premises IT maintenance on private and public clouds. Because of this, IT needs to respond to developer and business initiatives with the required cloud speed to optimize the company’s perfect mix of IT and still manage to lower the capital and operational expenses.
After the recent round of ransomware attacks of wanna-cry, the business world got a serious wake-up call, with many having no strategy for these sort of attacks. However, by using experiential planning, you can ride out the storm with no issues.
What is a ransomware?
This is a type of malicious software from crypto-virology that involves threats to publish classified information or initiate perpetual blockage to such data on condition that the ransom sought is not paid. Ransomware usage by cybercriminals has been on the rise as more government agencies and private firms continue adopting e-data storage systems. Cyber criminals seek to kidnap sensitive data or use lock screen attacks as the means through which they can compel their victims into paying the ransom they ask. In the past decade, many firms and organizations have been victims of ransomware leading to increased awareness of the need to take steps that will ensure they are safe. As more firms adopt the use of big data, there is anticipation that more cases of ransomware are likely to be on the rise.
The Tokyo Institute of Technology teamed up with HPE to build what has been named the most powerful computer in the world. What’s more, the HPE SGI 8600 system is not an ordinary super machine, it is a machine designed with environmental sustainability in mind.
Climate change scientists have expressed concerns that computers continue to demand a lot of energy whilst in operation. Additionally, these devices have become so ubiquitous that it is difficult to find a home without a desktop or a laptop computer. In factories, industries, and big institutions mainframes are more likely to be found. Research institutions are likely to use both the main frame and super computers.
HPE Unveils New Advances in Firmware Security
Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) recently unveiled their newest advances in silicon-based security, including new methods specifically designed to address firmware attacks. With cyber security increasingly becoming an issue for both corporations and governments alike, HPE is confident that their new advances will help to balance the playing field and bring back a measure of security to clients. Aside from addressing security concerns, HPE also announced that they have made improvements to their software-defined infrastructure, which provides clients with new tools for economic flexibility and responsiveness.