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6 Things You Need To Know About HP's Helion OpenStack 2.0 Release

Hewlett Packard Enterprise on Wednesday said its new HP Helion OpenStack 2.0 enterprise-grade, open-source-based cloud platform is now available. Here is a look at the top six things partners need to know about HP Helion OpenStack 2.0.

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An Enterprise-Grade Managed And Virtual Private Cloud

Hewlett Packard Enterprise on Wednesday said its new HP Helion OpenStack 2.0 enterprise-grade, open-source-based cloud platform is available.

The new platform, revealed at OpenStack Summit Tokyo, gives partners the ability to add new cloud capacity without impacting currently available cloud applications. It also includes significant user interface improvements aimed at making it easier to administer with centralized logging and monitoring, according to HP. The new release is based on OpenStack Kilo -- not the OpenStack Liberty release of Oct. 15.

The release comes just one week after HP said it is shutting down its HP Helion Public Cloud offering effective Jan. 31 as part of a stepped-up focus on managed and virtual private cloud offerings.

Jay Jamison, vice president of product marketing for HP Helion, spoke with CRN about the new release and the impact on partners. Here is a look at the top six things partners need to know about HP Helion OpenStack 2.0.

 
 
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