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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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HPE GreenLake Veeam As a Service

Veeam, an SMB channel stalwart, is offering its popular backup and recovery offering as a GreenLake service.

The Veeam GreenLake service puts HPE GreenLake into the heart of the SMB market, said White.

“Veeam has 400,000 customers and a lot of those end up being SMB type scenarios,”” he said. “The great thing about GreenLake is we are able to bring that experience and that capability down to that SMB market through our channel and through our partners.”

In fact, White said he expects the GreenLake Veeam service to start with enterprises and then be brought down to a “much broader set of customers over time,” said White.

At its VeeamOn conference last month, Veeam introduced a wide range of technologies to be released later this year for protecting and managing data across on-premises and cloud environments, including new versions of Veeam Backup for Office 365, Amazon Web Services, and Red Hat.

Veeam’s Kasten Kubernetes technology is aimed at giving the company the high ground when it comes to containerized storage across on-premises and cloud environments. Veeam has said it is taking an application-centric, not a storage-centric, approach to Kubernetes.

 
 
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