Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) announces OneView 3.0 to provide software-defined intelligence across HPE’s family of infrastructure solutions, including HPE ProLiant, HPE BladeSystem, HPE 3PAR StoreServ, HPE Hyper Converged solutions, and HPE Synergy – the claimed industry’s first composable infrastructure.
The new solution is touted to deliver software-defined intelligence; workload template automation and open integration through a unified API; leveraging organizations to provision their infrastructure to improve efficiencies.
The latest enhancements to HPE OneView include:
- A new global dashboard, which simplifies IT operations for large scale and globally distributed environments deployments including remote sites. This dashboard gives users an “at-a-glance” view of their infrastructure no matter where it is located, as well as supports physical, virtual, hyper-converged and composable infrastructures.
- Simplified end-to-end management of heterogeneous network switches is realized by marrying the HPE Intelligent Management Center (IMC) with OneView. This transforms manual processes into a rapid, reliable and automated process.
- Integration with HPE Helion CloudSystem 10 which provisions individual physical servers or entire virtualization clusters directly from the CloudSystem console. This eliminates the multiple organizational hand-offs required to provision physical infrastructure before cloud services can be defined and deployed.
Citing on the new rollout, Vikram K, Director, Servers, Hewlett Packard Enterprise India, said, “Organizations need tools that enable them to simplify IT operations, respond to business demands at cloud speed and increase productivity, ultimately freeing up IT resources required delivering new and innovative services to their customers. Our mission is to make IT simple for customers. Whether they are managing and maintaining infrastructure, running traditional applications or developing new revenue generating services on cloud native applications, HPE OneView is the infrastructure automation engine built to make that all possible.”
“We needed a solution that would scale forward and run Epic across multiple data centers. As a small IT organization, we also wanted to move away from designing and developing the infrastructure ourselves to more of a converged infrastructure that’s fully engineered and certified for Epic. HPE delivered on all counts, and more,” said Michael York, systems engineer Asante.
Additional HPE OneView 3.0 feature include:
- New provisioning for HPE ProLiant DL platforms. Customers can now deploy server infrastructure optimized to specific workloads. New monitoring support for the HPE Apollo series, expanding management coverage across a wider array of infrastructure.
- Migration from virtual connect environments to HPE OneView 4X faster and with zero downtime or service disruption.
- Growing partner HPE OneView ecosystem with SaltStack, SUSE, Eaton and nLyte, making partner, dev op, cloud and facility management tools more agile and efficient.
HPE OneView 3.0 will be available in Q3.