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Soni Jiandani: Why Pensando’s Edge Platform Leapfrogs AWS’ Nitro System

Pensando Co-founder and Chief Business Officer Soni Jiandani says the company’s breakthrough edge platform, which is now available on some Hewlett Packard Enterprise servers and HPE GreenLake, leapfrogs AWS’ Nitro system architecture.

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What are the economic benefits from the Pensando Distributed Services Platform (DSP) card on HPE's ProLiant, Apollo and Edgeline systems, and GreenLake?

What customers are getting is their compute infrastructure shipping out of the HPE factory with a much more secure posture.

One of the things that occurs the minute you include a distributed service card in an HPE server is it not only takes over the function of a classic adapter in your server, but it also prevents the bad actors or unauthorized people to not get root access to your compute infrastructure and your compute platform, which is a huge advantage from a security perspective.

Above and beyond the firewalls that protect your North-South traffic, East-West traffic is becoming more pervasive, particularly with the buildout of the private cloud. You want to have the ability to have a much more visible private cloud with all of the observability attributes built-in and one that will not rely necessarily on your old ways of building your service offerings.
As you increase the number of software elements that you will turn on in this distributed services cloud you will have the ability to, in addition to an increased security posture, have more visibility, have the ability to turn on more functions that are more push top at the edge. It is a pay-as-you-grow model.

You can acquire the server with the base functionality, and it works in the context of your existing tooling capabilities. And then you have the ability to turn on more and more software capabilities through a licensing model.

 
 
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