Microsoft, HPE Outline Hybrid Cloud Computing Plans

Microsoft, HPE Outline Hybrid Cloud Computing Plans

During the Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) Discover 2015 event, HPE and Microsoft announced their plans to partner on hybrid cloud computing. “Public cloud services, like those Azure provides, are an important aspect of a hybrid cloud strategy, and Microsoft Azure blends perfectly with HPE solutions to deliver what our customers need most,” said Meg Whitman, HPE president and CEO.

HPE has joined Microsoft’s Cloud Solution Provider (CSP) program, which will allow it to resell Azure cloud computing services, and Microsoft will allow HPE to sell some of its enterprise software, including ArcSight, Fortify, Vertica, Autonomy and Haven, through the Azure Marketplace. In addition, HPE unveiled the HPE Hyper-Converged 250 for Microsoft Cloud Platform System Standard (CS 250), a new converged appliance built for hybrid cloud computing.

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