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Antonio Neri: ‘The Entire Company Inside GreenLake’ Is HPE’s Future
‘For us, it’s not about just being to be able to consume as-a-service, it’s being able to run your entire business through HPE GreenLake,’ says HPE CEO Antonio Neri in an interview with CRN.
The Big Goal For HPE GreenLake In 2023
Scale is the name of the game here.
To give a sense, today we have 120,000 users on the platform—that’s a big number. And we keep adding 14,000 devices per week to the platform—that’s a big number of devices.
There’s a lot out at the edge, but more and more of it becomes these private clouds, data, local storage and data service that comes with it.
For me, the goal for 2023 is to continue to enhance the platform, provide more services through APIs to our partners and our customers, introduce new cloud services associated to workloads that are very crystal clear for us where we can win, and then continue to drive that full integration in a native way with the public cloud.
Because as CIOs become more service providers of sorts, like service brokers, partners have the opportunity to cover some of the gaps that this transition generates.
For us, it’s not about just being to be able to consume as-a-service, it’s being able to run your entire business through HPE GreenLake.
Whether you have workloads in the public cloud, at the edge or on-premises, we want you to use HPE GreenLake to run your entire hardware estate.