Enterprise business needs are complex. Enterprise cloud needs are also increasingly diverse and require a leader that can provide a continuum of cloud capabilities. HP is that leader. Read the industry reports below and join with the over 3,000 large businesses and government agencies already depending on HP Helion for their open, private cloud with enterprise-grade security today and their hybrid cloud of tomorrow.
Build faster. Your business will thank you for it.
How can IT help your business quickly respond to opportunities and go to market faster? As the role of IT managers shifts from managing infrastructure to providing business value through services, finding ways to streamline processes becomes paramount.
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In the new style of IT, IT Operations absorbs the obstacles that slow software development without taxing resources by delivering developer services via a service catalog. Developers spend their time coding instead of managing their environments. The HP Helion Developer Platform, a polyglot platform providing integrated services with built-in security, high availability, and auto-scalability, lets developers easily build cloud-native applications in almost any language. And because it integrates seamlessly with HP Helion OpenStack, transitioning code from development to production is fast. Your teams work more effectively and efficiently, and you deliver value that helps your business deliver on its promises.
deploy up to
of code to cloud environments over the coming year
1 - Gartner: Private Cloud Matures, Hybrid Cloud is Next
2 - The Forrester Wave™: Private Cloud Solutions In China, Q1 2015
3 - IDC MarketScape: U.S. Government Private Cloud IaaS 2014 Vendor Assessment
4 - Lines of code contribution as reported by stackalytics.com
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