Homepage Rankings and Research Companies Channelcast Marketing Matters CRNtv Events WOTC Jobs Cisco Partner Summit Digital 2020 Lenovo Tech World Newsroom Dell Technologies World Digital Experience 2020 HPE Zone Masergy Zenith Partner Program Newsroom Intel Partner Connect Digital Newsroom Dell Technologies Newsroom Fortinet Secure Network Hub IBM Newsroom Juniper Newsroom The IoT Integrator Lenovo Channel-First NetApp Data Fabric Intel Tech Provider Zone

5 Things You Need To Know About HPE’s Machine-Learning BlueData Platform

HPE is tripling down on its artificial intelligence/machine-learning BlueData big data as a service bet, says Patrick Osborne, HPE’s vice president and general manager of big data.

1   2   3   ... 6 Next

A New Integrated HPE Apollo-BlueData Pointnext Services Offering

Hewlett Packard Enterprise Tuesday unleashed a new version of its artificial intelligence BlueData big data as a service offering that runs on high-performance Apollo systems backed up by HPE Pointnext deployment services.

With the new offering, HPE said BlueData software subscriptions can be ordered with HPE Apollo server and storage infrastructure in a variety of configurations. The new offering is available in the U.S., U.K./Ireland, Germany, France and Singapore.

What’s more, HPE Vice President and General Manager of Big Data Patrick Osborne told CRN that the hybrid IT powerhouse will continue to support its artificial intelligence-based BlueData big data as a service offering on rival Dell EMC servers.

“Our Dell EMC Select contract is still in place and is still valid,” said Osborne in an interview with CRN. “We have a number of customers that had a relationship with Dell before the acquisition. We continue to support those customers and expand them. … We have to be agnostic.”

In fact, HPE said it is committed to a multivendor infrastructure and multi-cloud environments.

HPE also said it plans to deliver reference architectures for a variety of artificial intelligence/machine-learning environments including Cloudera, Apache Kafka, Apache Spark, H2O and TensorFlow.

1   2   3   ... 6 Next

sponsored resources