Tuesday, December 01, 2015

HP picks up Microsoft Azure Cloud as a Preferred Public Cloud

This is not announced yet but imminent. This is an arrangement to ship its Helion Service customers to Microsoft Azure. Recently HP as one knows was split into two companies, HPE (HP Enterprise) and HP Inc (the rest of HP, printer, desktop, etc). HP dropped Helion. These trade separately (ticker tape) as HPQ and HPE. Microsoft's Hybrid IT approach was the key driver for this selection. This announcement covers only the public cloud partnership.

It is interesting to watch the future for Helion's version of OpenStack infrastructure hosting and the CloudFoundry hosting applications software.

HP is also active in providing consulting services for rolling out Windows 10 compatible solutions.
Read more here and here.

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