HP packages aim to entice enterprise into cloud

Summary:Hewlett-Packard has made available a slew of cloud offerings such as packages for private cloud deployments and automation tools to draw enterprises on the cloud bandwagon.

HP has updated its range of cloud packages, with the introduction of cloud services for the enterprise from United States and United Kingdom data centers, a new package for private cloud deployments and a cloud automation tool.

HP Enterprise Cloud Services Compute will provide IT services from a U.K. data center, which HP believes will help with data governance and compliance, the company announced on Tuesday. It will initially be sold on a subscription basis, with a move to a pay-per-use tariff once HP has created demand models from its customers.

HP CloudSystem is a new package combining existing hardware from HP's converged infrastructure portfolio and Cloud Service Automation system management tools, packaged for lower total cost.

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Topics: Enterprise Software, Cloud, Data Centers, Hardware, Storage, Developer


Jack Clark has spent the past three years writing about the technical and economic principles that are driving the shift to cloud computing. He's visited data centers on two continents, quizzed senior engineers from Google, Intel and Facebook on the technologies they work on and read more technical papers than you care to name on topics f... Full Bio

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