HP Unveils New Cloud Storage Options

HP has announced new storage offerings for the software-defined data center (SDDC), designed for cloud computing and virtual server environments.

IT departments and service providers are under pressure to deliver rapid business value with fewer resources. This is fueling the growth of cloud computing and a move to the SDDC, which requires next-generation storage platforms that improve efficiency and control.

The HP StoreVirtual Virtual Storage Appliance (VSA) is a fully integrated storage option for HP Helion OpenStack and HP Helion OpenStack Community Edition. HP has also enhanced HP StoreVirtual Storage hypervisor integration and released a new HP StoreOnce VSA license that the company said cuts backup costs by 86 percent for small and remote sites.

HP has also introdcued an entry-level all-flash array for application performance acceleration, the HP 3PAR StoreServ 7200 All-Flash Starter Kit, which starts at $35,000. And, HP announced that it is continuing to collaborate with VMware to integrate HP 3PAR StoreServ Storage on VMware’s planned Virtual Volumes (VVols) storage architecture.

“As customers move to the software-defined data center, they face gaps with legacy hardware-oriented storage,” said David Scott, senior vice president and general manager, HP Storage. “For increased agility, HP delivers software-defined storage via VSAs that optimize cost and all-flash, service-refined storage to optimize service levels—both orchestrated with common tools.”


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