Flexibility without complexity – how to unleash data on a unified platform

Siled data and growing complexity are slowing data-driven innovation, pushing organizations to seek easier ways to access data and use it as a strategic asset.

According to Mike Selepe, Director of Business Development at Axiz, who says increasingly complex environments have become a big challenge. “Storage management has changed in recent years. Customers in all industries are grappling with the complexity of managing data and infrastructure, which not only creates a barrier to innovation and agility, but also leads to operational challenges for IT administrators , data scientists, developers, data analysts, and the organization as a whole due to multiple storage silos and data management tools,” he says.

“They also need domain expertise to manage storage throughout the storage lifecycle (from day zero to day 1+2 – deploying, tuning, maintaining, upgrading, protecting storage infrastructure data throughout its lifecycle.) Additionally, provisioning workloads and line-of-business demands on a multi-tiered legacy computing stack is manual, time-consuming, guesswork-laden, and time-consuming. infinity is dedicated to fighting fires from the top to the bottom of the IT stack, managing disruptions, and adjusting infrastructure.”

Selepe believes the modern enterprise must simplify data management to eliminate the complexity that hampers business and IT, inhibits agility and innovation, and increases risk. The business needs to ensure that data is always-on and always-fast to power applications, and at the same time, that it’s protected from ransomware, cyber-attacks and disruptions, and that it’s mobile across clouds .

“In a world where everything is going digital, data is a strategic asset, it is the lifeblood of your organization. Data is essential for accelerating revenue, accelerating innovation and creating new experiences. This is the age of accelerated change and overwhelming complexity. Without data-driven modernization, digital transformation is incomplete,” says Selepe.

He notes that research conducted last year by HPE and ESG found that organizations with advanced data management capabilities mitigate risk, have more skilled users, and are positioned to build stronger, healthier businesses.

HPE tackles complexity

HPE Alletra helps organizations take control of their data management, confronting and eliminating operational complexity, data silos, specialized tools, constant firefighting and complex purchasing, and provisioning cycles thanks to its cloud-native design.

Selepe said, “What does this mean? HPE Alletra relies on its AI-driven approach, which will continuously predict and prevent storage, virtual machine and application issues. Data Services Cloud Console enables IT to move from owning and maintaining data infrastructure to simply accessing and using it on demand and as a service. Alletra is designed for all applications, from traditional systems to modern workload-optimized systems, to provide architectural flexibility without the complexity of traditional storage management.

HPE Alletra delivers a cloud operational experience for data infrastructure throughout its lifecycle where computing resources are designed to be accessible with just a few clicks. Businesses can deploy, provision, manage and scale storage in 99% less time with a platform that installs in minutes, automates provisioning and upgrades seamlessly and hassle-free.

Ultimately, this means businesses can run at cloud speed, scale from any location, any device, and deploy data infrastructure in minutes. (Additionally, HPE Alletra with HPE GreenLake scales with business needs.) Additionally, organizations can grow their business with the HPE edge to cloud consumption-based platform.

The HPE Alletra 6000 approach completely reinvents infrastructure. With advanced HPE InfoSight machine learning, 86% of issues are predicted and prevented before customers even realize they have a problem in the infrastructure stack. HPE InfoSight simplifies storage management. It tells organizations how to improve performance, optimize resources and plan for the future.

HPE Alletra 9000 is designed for simplicity, resiliency, and performance when running mission-critical applications and workloads. Built on proven resiliency and powered by DSCC intelligence, HPE Alletra 9000 delivers extreme latency and reliability and is delivered as a service, ensuring fast, always-on storage for all mission-critical applications. It’s built on a massively parallel, multi-node, and fully active platform that helps consolidate traditional and next-gen mission-critical workloads at scale with predictable performance, ultra-low latency, and guaranteed uptime. 100%.

According to Selepe, HPE Alletra is the solution for businesses of all sizes and in all industry sectors, including manufacturing, healthcare, education, retail, logistics, mining, public sector and financial services. “HPE Alletra supports SMB customers with general-purpose platforms that tend to cater to workloads that typically exist in remote locations or need to be virtualized. It is also ideal for large enterprises running mission-critical applications that require extreme availability, resiliency, and performance. These platforms tend to evolve into multi-node setups and require 100% uptime guarantees,” he adds.

Axiz, as an HPE distributor, seeks to be a leading service provider to secure the next-generation technology that will power data centers today, provide a gateway to multicloud environments, and enable intelligent edge that powers applications. of campuses, branches and IOT. Axiz offers solutions such as Aruba, SimpliVity, HPE Nimble Storage, and Alletra to take advantage of emerging areas such as IOT, coupled with consumption flexibility to buy, build, or consume based on each organization’s unique business model.

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Sharon D. Cole