What is HPE Synergy?
In this day and age, I.T infrastructure plays a crucial part in almost every business so it is vital to have the latest infrastructure systems to stay ahead of the competition. This is why HPE has introduced “HPE Synergy” which is the first platform designed for Composable Infrastructure. There are three key principles to Composable Infrastructure which are:
- Fluid Resource Pools: this brings together compute, storage and network fabric into one platform. They are easily expandable by automatically combining and assembling additional infrastructure to meet the changing workload demands of your business.
- Software Defined Intelligence: this enables the HPE Synergy to self-discover and self-assemble the infrastructure you need at near-instant speeds.
- A Unified API – this brings together all the resources, compute, storage, and fabric under a single interface with a single data format. As a result, a single line of code can be used to remove every element of your infrastructure.
Benefits of using HPE Synergy
There are many benefits to using HPE Synergy so that you can take your business to the next level. In addition to being able to place all your workloads on one architecture, here are the main benefits:
- Being able to greenlight more projects due to taking advantage of untapped money you have saved from software licensing.
- Work more efficiently by reducing operational cost and effort due to Software Defined Intelligence with template driven, frictionless operations.
- Unlock value by increasing productivity and control across the data centre. This is done by integrating and automating infrastructure operations and applications through a unified API.
Every Enterprise should be using HPE Synergy to maximise the speed, agility, and efficiency of their operations. This will result in ideas being realised quicker so your business can deliver better experiences for customers and stay ahead of your competition. To find out more on the HPE Synergy, feel free to contact us at “firstname.lastname@example.org” or click here.