HPE intends to offer entire portfolio through a range of subscription, pay-per-use and consumption-driven offerings, in next three years, alongside conventional hardware and software procurement options.
The new strategy builds on its GreenLake introduced in 2017 to offer major IT products on a pay-per-use basis. The company called it the fastest growing business in the company, with USD 2.8 billion in contracts and over 600 customers.
Further, the company has also expanded its relationship with CyrusOne, Equinix and a new partnership with Google Cloud.
HPE also announced five new HPE GreenLake offerings that provide mid-market customers with pre-configured as-a-Service workloads – for compute, database, private cloud, storage, and virtualization.
For customers that wish to leverage an external data center facility for their HPE GreenLake applications, HPE has signed strategic partnerships with CyrusOne and Equinix. Customers can take advantage of state-of-the-art data centers to quickly turn on HPE GreenLake services.
The expanded strategic partnership with Google Cloud will provide its customers with hybrid cloud solutions.
The companies have collaborated on a hybrid cloud solution for containers, which customers will be able to access as-a-service through GreenLake. HPE said it will also offer advisory and professional services to ‘accelerate hybrid cloud adoption’.
‘The true hybrid cloud solution features Google Cloud’s Anthos in combination with HPE’s on-premises infrastructure, HPE Cloud Data Services and HPE GreenLake’, explained the company.
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