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Antonio Neri: HPE’s New Container Tech Tops VMware, Nutanix

Hewlett Packard Enterprise CEO Antonio Neri says the edge-to-cloud platform provider’s new open-source, cloud-native Ezmeral software for containers and machine learning eclipses rival offerings from VMware and Nutanix.

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How long did it take previously to deploy these services?

It was a bespoke model. Every customer had its own solution. One customer wanted it this way. Another customer wanted it that way. Now it is no different than going to the public cloud. Now you can have that public cloud experience on-prem. So you can provision container as a service at this size and scale it up and down.

You can try it on our HPE GreenLake cloud, where you can play with the solution. The moment the customer says they want it and place the order, then two weeks later it is fully deployed and operational in their data center or [colocation facility]–wherever they want it. This is huge. It is revolutionary in many ways because the entire experience, from quoting to deploying to managing, is all integrated like it is when you go to the public cloud.

This is part of our commitment to make everything available as a service but in a true cloud-native way. Obviously, there will be more innovation added by our partners, who will become even more relevant than before. It is one thing to resell the public cloud and have no control over it. This is selling the same public cloud experience on-premises but with full control over it.

Let’s remember that under the GreenLake cloud experience with GreenLake Central—which is a cloud-native solution—you can also manage your public cloud so you have the same experience on-prem and off-prem.

 
 
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