HPE Advances Intelligent Storage Capabilities with AI and Cloud Automation

HPE Advances Intelligent Storage Capabilities with AI and Cloud Automation

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Hewlett Packard Enterprise announced new features to HPE 3PAR, so users can focus on unlocking the economic value of their data. Updates to HPE 3PAR include new predictive support automation with HPE InfoSight, and enhanced application automation for on-premise infrastructure with HPE 3PAR to accelerate DevOps for increased productivity and efficiency.

As businesses look to innovate faster, IT agility is critical. A more intelligent storage approach, coupled with flexible, consumption-based IT, eases the burden of administration and enables IT teams to focus on revenue generating priorities. The new capabilities of HPE 3PAR announced today help businesses accelerate digital transformation by delivering a self-improving infrastructure and self-service storage.

“HPE 3PAR offers customers a flexible storage platform that easily adapts to any environment, which is critical as companies embrace new technologies and cloud native applications,” said Ivan Iannaccone, VP and GM, HPE 3PAR. “The new functionalities announced today build on 3PAR’s tier-1 all-flash foundation, and provide the agility needed to keep pace with growing business demands.”

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