DUBLIN, April 15, 2015 /PRNewswire/ --
Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/sfwg4c/hp_datacenter) has announced the addition of the "HP Datacenter Care and Flexible Capacity: Easing the Data Center Management Burden" report to their offering.
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In this SPIE, the report explores HP's Datacenter Care service, with particular attention on the Flexible Capacity component. We examine the service, how it benefits both customers and channel partners, and why this offer can be a market disruptor.
HP provides infrastructure and support services that assist in effectively managing the on-premises data center. One such service, HP Datacenter Care, offers a suite of services, including operational support, infrastructure automation, environment integration and private cloud support for both enterprises and service providers.
The most innovative service in the Datacenter Care portfolio is the HP Flexible Capacity component. HP Flexible Capacity offers enterprises a new way to procure and manage on-premises infrastructure with the flexibility and cost efficiencies of hosted cloud resources. The service also allows selected channel partners to retain the traditional commission structures that selling on-premises equipment entails, while enabling them to offer customers monthly billing for infrastructure resources.
Enterprises today face increasing pressure to maximize every available on-premises resource in the data center. Capacity requirements often outpace availability, as both data and storage needs explode due to new services, applications and workloads. And as these new applications are updated to improve performance, even more capacity is required. This often leads to a capital-intense, vastly heterogeneous environment, as enterprises add equipment to meet capacity demands.
Often, the equipment added is from different vendors or uses different configurations- some physical, some virtualized, and some cloud-based. All of these are managed differently and separately, through different portals with different interfaces from different vendors. The result is a chaotic data center with unsustainable management and budget demands.
Key Topics Covered:
- Challenges in Managing the Enterprise Data Center
- HP's Response: Datacenter Care
- HP Flexible Capacity
- Flexible Capacity for Channel Partners
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