HPE simplifies hybrid cloud data management with new solutions

Data is a valuable asset for many organisations, however, managing and protecting it is challenging. With more and more businesses now deploying a cloud-first strategy, the challenge to maintain and protect data has tended to grow.

HPE’s latest cloud data protection and copy data solutions promise to allow customers to increase operational efficiency by up to 95%, enabling faster back-up to the cloud, and reduce the cloud storage costs.

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“Businesses need a built-for-cloud approach to data protection and copy data management on-premises and in the cloud for simple and efficient data mobility,” said Patrick Osborne, Vice President of Secondary Storage and Big Data product management, HPE.

“The solutions and services announced today enable HPE 3PAR and HPE Nimble Storage customers to effortlessly orchestrate intelligent, multi-tiered data protection from on-premises arrays to the public cloud – driven by policy and business need.”

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“The significant performance, capacity and manageability improvements offered by the next generation HPE StoreOnce lets us and our customers protect more data, faster, and for less,” said Sebastian Koehler, Solution Architect, GODYO Enterprise Computing AG.

“The new HPE StoreOnce systems enable simpler and more rapid provisioning of new data protection storage, while the introduction of the larger HPE StoreOnce VSA along with the new flexible License Server is game-changing for the quick deployment and re-deployment of HPE StoreOnce as a virtual appliance.”

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“All of this coupled with the proven inbuilt performance and efficiency of HPE StoreOnce Catalyst and replication provides customers with the capabilities they need out of the box for fast, reliable operational recovery.”

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Andrew Ross

As a reporter with Information Age, Andrew Ross writes articles for technology leaders; helping them manage business critical issues both for today and in the future