Futurum’s principal analyst Daniel Newman explores the new offerings for HPE GreenLake that were announced during the first day of HPE Discover 2022. He offers insight into how these offerings will improve the overall GreenLake value proposition.
HPE’s Fiscal Q2 2022 Earnings Remained Positive Despite Supply Chain and Mounting Pressures from the Russia and Ukraine Conflict
Futurum’s Daniel Newman and Michael Diamond review HPE’s most recent Fiscal Q2 2022 earnings and explore HPE’s progress on the company’s continued transition to as-a-service, as well as the performance of the company’s legacy prem-based hardware and solutions as it pivots to its subscription based GreenLake portfolio.
Intel Vision 2022: Intel Augments its Silicon, Software, and Services Portfolio Vision
Futurum’s Ron Westfall scrutinizes why Intel’s expanded silicon, software, and services portfolio vision boosts its ecosystem influence in powering AI workload optimization and adoption of key emerging applications as well as improve its competitive standing against key rivals.
HPE Dazzles with Host of New HPE GreenLake Capabilities and Partnerships
HPE GreenLake unveiled greater edge to cloud platform capabilities through unified experience, new cloud services, and expanded partner ecosystem collaboration. Futurum’s Ron Westfall examines why HPE GreenLake’s addition of 12 new cloud services including NaaS, data services, HPC functions, and compute operations management along with a simplified experience that provides one view of all services edge to cloud strengthen HPE GreenLake’s overall competitiveness.
AWS Provides Six Key New Reasons to Adopt and Use Amazon SageMaker
AWS unveils six new Amazon SageMaker capabilities that aim to make machine learning technology more accessible to new users and boost adoption across the digital ecosystem. Futurum examines why the new Amazon SageMaker capabilities can enable AWS to empower more organizations and people to use ML by delivering comprehensive data preparation tools and developing streamlined and simplified ways to learn ML.
New Futurum Research Report – A Colocation Cloud Journey with Flexibility and Peace of Mind
Futurum Research believes that the HPE GreenLake platform is the best solution to meet the growing demand across organizations to balance their workloads across colocation, on-premises, public cloud, and private cloud environments. For many organizations, the cloud journey has proven challenging, and HPE GreenLake with colocation provides the practical capabilities and solutions needed to advance digital transformation, while meeting business outcomes and sustainability goals.
New Futurum Research Report – HPE GreenLake for VDI: The Optimal Choice for On-premises Cloud Services
VDI is ready to make new inroads as organizations must fully align their operations and business processes to the digital workplace demands of the post-pandemic hybrid workforce and hybrid cloud era. Futurum Research analyzes why it identifies HPE GreenLake for VDI as the best value for meeting today’s foremost VDI challenges due to new capabilities such as the ability to deploy directly into the customer data center or colocation facility, combining the software and hardware required to keep desktops close to users and applications, assuring an optimized desktop experience.
HPE Delivers Strong Q3 FY21 Numbers Fueled by Strengthening Demand and aaS Pivot
Futurum’s Daniel Newman covers HPE’s strong Q3 FY21 earnings, fueled by increased (and continued) demand, along with the company’s pivot to ARR and delivering on higher margin solutions that focus on serving customers from edge-to-cloud.
HPE Awarded $2B NSA Contract to Deliver HPC as-a-Service Through HPE GreenLake
Futurum Research analysts Steven Dickens and Shelly Kramer unpack the news coming out of HPE on the company’s selection by the NSA for an HPC as-a-Service offering based on HPE GreenLake, why this is attractive in instances where security dictates an on-prem deployment, along with thoughts on what’s ahead for the industry as a whole.
Google Cloud’s BeyondCorp Enterprise Zero Trust Enhancements Are Designed to Boost Customer Trust
Google Cloud introduced three new BeyondCorp Enterprise features designed to fortify customer zero-trust capabilities including providing their users with simple and secure access to key applications. Futurum’s Ron Westfall examines why the new features align with meeting growing ecosystem demand for zero-trust, can help drive SASE adoption, and strengthens Google Cloud’s competitive hand against rivals such as HPE GreenLake and Azure as well as especially AWS.