US HPE is, beta same 2015 as the alliance announced on Microsoft Azure with Microsoft December 1, as one of the choices of the company’s managed cloud services “HPE Helion Managed Cloud”, the managed services of “HPE Helion OpenStack 2.0” It revealed that it has started provided. In early 2016, and that want to start a general offer.

 

Hewlett-Packard Enterprise (HPE) is October 21, 2015, the company’s OpenStack-based public cloud services “HP Helion Public Cloud”, revealed when you stop on January 31, 2016 . More December 1, Microsoft is set to “priority public cloud provider”, and announced that put a force on the sale of Microsoft Azure to customers of HPE was.

On the other hand, the alliance announced the same day with this Microsoft, HPE as one of the choices of the company’s managed cloud services “HPE Helion Managed Cloud”, “HPE Helion OpenStack 2.0” managed services of clearly that it has beta provides start did. In early 2016, and that want to start a general offer.

This service which can be procured from the portal of Helion Managed Cloud. Single tenant, namely operation HPE each customer dedicated OpenStack infrastructure in the company’s data center, this customer is available in the pay-per-use.

US HPE is not giving up the OpenStack cloud, beta provides start in Managed Cloud

However, the demo screen of the beta version as long as you see a “120 core, RAM 940GB, local disk 25TB, block storage 5TB (mirror configuration), object storage 5TB (3 replica configuration)” It seems there is a minimum configuration of the scale, such as. In addition, it is possible to add compute resources, block storage, object storage separately. It is not to add a virtual machine basis. Because managed cloud, user organization is only raising the overall resources, and treats it as their foundation, to use, such as by creating a virtual machine.

Administrator of the user organization, in the Horizon of the portal, can create projects and users. End users, such as software developers, in response to the authority in the Horizon portal respectively, in addition to can be performed resource management in the self-service, via the API, can take advantage of this OpenStack infrastructure. End-user, in addition to be able to refer to the documentation from the Horizon, HPE hand, it can be performed support request.

In this OpenStack managed cloud services, that it is Cloud Foundry-based PaaS infrastructure “HPE Helion Development Platform” is provided in an integrated manner. Simply select the “Application Lifecycle Services” from Horizon, creation and management of the cluster can run.