HPE introduces AI-driven hyperconverged infrastructure

Advancements to HPE SimpliVity simplify virtual machine (VM) management

One-click cluster upgrades for HPE SimpliVity enable a full-stack software upgrade.
One-click cluster upgrades for HPE SimpliVity enable a full-stack software upgrade.

Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) has upgraded its flagship hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) platform HPE SimpliVity, infusing it with artificial intelligence to simplify virtual machine (VM) management.

Today’s enterprises are under relentless pressure to streamline operations and accelerate innovation, but in order to achieve this agility, they require an intelligent underlying architecture for virtualized environments that automatically speeds time to market and eliminates complexity. While HCI inherently accelerates service delivery and resource efficiency, traditional HCI offerings still require IT to react to unexpected disruptions and application delays, and make tradeoffs as enterprises scale their environments.

HPE SimpliVity makes it simple for VM administrators to deploy, manage, scale, and upgrade their infrastructure. The platform self-manages efficiency, performance, and resiliency without the need for manual tuning or configuration tradeoffs.

One-click cluster upgrades for HPE SimpliVity enable a full-stack software upgrade that simplifies and removes risk. Customers now have the ability to upgrade firmware, hypervisor, and HPE SimpliVity software across the nodes in a HPE SimpliVity cluster in one click, delivering confidence to simply, and non-disruptively perform upgrades across sites.

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