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Five Things You Need To Know About HPE’s InfoSight

Hewlett Packard Enterprise continues to make dramatic improvements in the powerful InfoSight artificial intelligence (AI) engine powering its Primera and Nimble storage offerings. Here are five things you need to know about the InfoSight AI based advantage.

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AI Acceleration: 90,000 Data Points Every Four Seconds

With InfoSight running across a wide set of the HPE server and storage offerings, HPE is now delivering 90,000 data points every four seconds on its intelligent storage management service, said HPE Vice President and General Manager of HPE Primera and Nimble Storage Omer Asad.

The InfoSight cloud service - which delivers customers proactive actions to avoid storage failures- is now a whopping eight petabytes. That’s a mind boggling “competitive advantage” for HPE given the size of the data-lake that can deliver AI based intelligent data storage management, said Asad.

Over the last decade, HPE says it has analyzed 1,250 trillion data points to predict and prevent disruptions with InfoSight.

The AI based data set is automatically resolving 90 percent of storage incidents before they result in downtime or performance issues, said Asad.

“We are constantly mining that (InfoSight) meta-data through AI and deep learning methodologies to provide our customers a pro-active response- before a problem actually happens,” said Asad. “That data allows us to warn Primera and Nimble customers to avoid 90 percent of incidents before they happen.”

With machine learning, every problem discovered for a particular data set allows other customers in the future to avoid that same issue, said Asad.

 

 
 
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