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CRN Exclusive: HPE CEO Meg Whitman On The Spin-Off Software Merger, Dell's Debt Burden And Cisco's Storage Problem

HPE CEO Meg Whitman discusses the company's decision to spin off 'non-core' software assets in an $8.8 billion deal with Micro Focus as well as how HPE is positioned against Dell after its acquisition of EMC.

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What impact will the Micro Focus deal have on HPE and partners?

I think it is the right thing for the employees, customers and partners. I think they'll do a really good job with some of the mature software assets and some of the growth assets like Vertica.

I think this portfolio will be stronger with Micro Focus owning it. I think it is an opportunity for partners to get into the software business with a company that is going to make the investments in the business and has some really nice growth assets like Suse. So I think it is a really good opportunity for the partners. Obviously, we'll have a very close relationship with the software company. When we have customers that want an IT operations management offering, obviously it will be the Micro Focus offering. I would encourage partners to take another look at this portfolio.

 
 
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