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7 New Ways To Make Money Selling HPE GreenLake

During what it is calling GreenLake Day, Hewlett Packard Enterprise unveiled a number of new GreenLake cloud services offerings including standardized virtual machine blocks for 100 VMs with an option for backup as a service.

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Bare Metal Server GreenLake Options

HPE’s new GreenLake cloud services for bare metal servers expands the partner opportunity to customers demanding a fully dedicated server.

The new services allows bare metal servers to be provisioned and managed directly from HPE GreenLake Central.

The bare metal option allows customers to have a custom server tailored specifically to their configuration, performance and cost requirements, said HPE.

“We are trying to make GreenLake more turnkey and more application as a service versus just infrastructure as a service,” said Hope. “You are seeing GreenLake start to morph and become more relevant to more customers and more partners.”

The new bare metal server option is another GreenLake “door opener” for partners, said Hope. “Ultimately it is an expansion of the GreenLake opportunity,” he said. “This is not a boutique play. It is for all workloads.”

The turnkey HPE GreenLake cloud service offerings come with customers struggling to move mission critical applications to the public cloud.

Ten years into the public cloud breakthrough, 70 percent of workloads remain in the data center because of security, data sovereignty and application entanglement issues, said Hope

“What we are trying to show partners is if you have customers that want the cloud experience, we can bring that experience to them,” said Hope. “We can put that cloud in your data center. We run it and you use it like you would the public cloud and you just pay for what you use. The workloads are in your data center. They are secure and you don’t have latency, security or sovereignty issues. It makes all that go away.

 
 
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