Hybrid Cloud: The right mix for business growth
Competition is constantly pushing the pace of innovation, driving IT to anticipate what’s coming next and plan accordingly. Blend the best of private and public cloud into a hybrid cloud that scales up and down to meet your current and future business needs.
75% of enterprise IT will be delivered by hybrid clouds by 2016.”
- IDC Analyst Frank Gens, "The Next Cloud Challenge", Dec. 2014Read the Full Report
Hybrid prepares your business for the future by integrating private and public cloud
As more workloads move to the cloud, enterprises need to balance the pay-as-you-go benefits of public cloud with increased demand for the on-premises control of private cloud. Hybrid establishes the right cloud combination for both.
Discover the right mix of
cloud for your business
Private cloud features an infrastructure built for variable workloads, bursts of high-compute processing, and elastic storage needs combined with self-service for users and developers. It is best suited for classic IT applications and for mission-critical workloads that store and process sensitive information.
Hybrid cloud combines and easily manages the unique capabilities of private cloud and public cloud. Enterprise IT can balance flexibility and control while laying an architectural foundation that quickly scales services, speeds up application development, and reduces overall IT costs.
Public cloud offers the same basic infrastructure as private cloud but is managed by third parties using a pay-as-you-go model. While this greatly reduces control and oversight, it makes public cloud well-adapted for developing and testing cloud-native applications that benefit from fast access to on-demand resources.
The road to hybrid starts with private cloud
HP Helion gets private cloud right
Designed to stand up private cloud quickly and efficiently
Created with developers and API’s in mind
Provides industry-leading security and compliance support
Recasts IT as a trusted broker of services
Developed by the world’s largest open cloud community
Enterprise business needs are complex. Enterprise cloud needs are also increasingly diverse and require a leader that can provide a continuum of cloud capabilities to enable business outcomes. HP is that leader. See how customers such as NHS and Del Monte Foods have accelerated innovation and generated positive business outcomes with HP Helion. Read the industry report 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.
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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.
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of code to cloud environments over the coming year
Open Clouds are Key
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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