10 April 2019, India:
Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) and Google Cloud today announced a global partnership to deliver hybrid cloud solutions.
This partnership is part of an ongoing collaboration between HPE and Google Cloud to provide customers with a consistent experience across public cloud and on-premises environments.
As part of the initial strategic agreement, HPE will offer two HPE Validated Designs for Google Cloud’s Anthos based on HPE SimpliVity hyperconverged infrastructure and HPE Nimble Storage and HPE ProLiant servers.
HPE will also offer validated on-premises infrastructure-as-a-service through it’s pay-per-use consumption offering HPE GreenLake.
Phil Davis, President of Hybrid IT and Chief Sales Officer, HPE, said, “Customers tell us they value choice, simplicity, and consistency in building their hybrid cloud strategy. By partnering with Google Cloud and leveraging a container-based approach, HPE can offer a seamless hybrid cloud experience with the unique option to do it all as-a-service.”
Phil Davis, added, “This approach, powered by Anthos and HPE GreenLake, gives our customers the freedom to modernize at their own pace with the HPE infrastructure of their choice.”
Kevin Ichhpurani, Corporate Vice President, Global Ecosystem and Business Development at Google Cloud, said, “We’re working closely with HPE to make it easy for customers to incorporate Anthos into their cloud strategies. We’re delighted that HPE shares our ‘build once, run anywhere’ approach and look forward to expanding our partnership for hybrid cloud solutions on behalf of customers.”
Customers can leverage Anthos to manage their public cloud as well as on-premises resources. With HPE GreenLake, they will benefit from a consistent consumption model for their on-premises environment.
(Source – HPE)