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New HPE GreenLake For Private Cloud To Accelerate Hybrid Cloud Adoption: Partners




Nth Generation is thrilled to share an important announcement from Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) that a new version of HPE GreenLake for Private Cloud is going to drive more rapid adoption of the edge to data center to cloud pay-per-use platform.


"Enterprises are dealing with multi-cloud, hybrid cloud, private cloud, and edge-to-cloud," said Dan Molina, co-president of Nth Generation." The reality is that at the end of the day, what customers care about is where their workloads are going to run the best. And that's where you look at, is it going to be efficient? Is it going to give you the performance you need? Is it going to help contain cost? Is it going to be available? What about security, all those kinds of things? Where’s the best location for that workload to run?"


"Businesses can start with HPE GreenLake for Private Cloud Enterprise," Molina said.

"And now with all these additions, now you have basically a window to go elsewhere, if it makes sense for those workloads.”


"HPE in 2022 officially declared HPE GreenLake a 'platform' for helping businesses better manage their modern applications, and adding things like AWS EKS Anywhere Kubernetes

Businesses has been driving towards public cloud adoptions. There is a lot of data showing that some organizations and applications work well in public clouds while others don't. HPE is now providing an easy option to keep applications the way they are regardless of where they are," Molina said.


Read the full press release here.


Since 1991, Nth Generation has been committed to the Platinum tier partnership with Hewlett Packard Enterprise. To better serve you, Nth maintains top expertise and the highest level of consulting, architecture, and engineering certifications across HPE's entire portfolio and other industry leading manufacturers. Learn more about the Nth & HPE relationship: https://www.nth.com/hpe

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