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10 HPE GreenLake Game Changers From HPE Discover 2021

HPE unleashed a blizzard of on-premises cloud native services innovation at HPE Discover including Silicon On Demand, the HPE GreenLake Lighthouse platform for delivering multiple cloud services and the Project Aurora zero trust architecture for GreenLake.

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Silicon On Demand – Driving Software Licensing Savings With On Demand Processor Cores

HPE said the new Silicon On Demand capability – which is available immediately - is providing customers and partners with the ability to instantly add or decrease processor cores to reduce enterprise software licensing costs.

The new GreenLake Silicon On Demand capability – developed in partnership with chip behemoth Intel- extends HPE’s pay-per-use model right down to the silicon level by leveraging Intel’s Optane technology to add or take away processor cores for maximum efficiency and cost savings.

“For a customer that is purchasing software on a per core basis – an Oracle license or a SQL license, this is going to drastically and dramatically save them dollars because they are only going to have pay for those licenses when those cores are turned on versus the system itself,”” said White. “There is no other options out there like that.”

HPE CEO Antonio Neri, for his part, said the silicon on demand capability effectively tackles the long standing problem of unused server utilization cycles.

“Intel is doing that just with us at least for now because they know we are a unique vendor that has a huge advantage in as a service with software and metering capabilities nobody else has in the market that allows us to measure at the core level,” he said. “Therefore in a true pay-per-use we can turn on and off cores.”

 
 
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