HPE Hyper Converged Overview
What is HPE Hyper Converged?
HPE Hyper Converged solutions combine intuitive software with the reliability of a world class platform to deliver cloud-like simplicity to your business.
Now, IT can become an internal service provider to end-users by quickly delivering the resources they need for application development and consumption. With HPE Hyper Converged systems companies can operate with cloud efficiency to simplify IT operations with one comprehensive control panel to deploy, monitor, analyze and update – with a single generalist; consume with cloud flexibility to deliver a cloud-like experience, with multi-tenant workspaces that eliminate stranded resources and flexes on demand; and deploy at cloud speed to empower developers and lines-of-business with a self-service portal that can instantly compose and recompose VMs in minutes. Built-in enterprise grade features, such as performance and resiliency enable HPE Hyper Converged systems to easily handle a wide variety of virtualized workloads, including general purpose virtualization, virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI), and cloud.
HPE Hyper Converged is also known as HPE Hyper Converged 380, HPE Hyper Converged 250, HPE Hyper Converged 250 for Microsoft CPS.
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HPE Hyper Converged Customers
North Lindsey College, FireWhat?, HudsonAlpha
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What users are saying about HPE Hyper Converged pricing:
- "The solution is too expensive for our customers. The pricing should be lower."
- "The solution is expensive - not only the hardware costs but server costs too. And the more you scale, the more expensive it gets."
- "It is an expensive solution, however. If they could adjust the pricing, that would be helpful."
- "There are costs in addition to the standard licensing fees."