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What is HPE OneSphere?

HPE OneSphere is a multi-cloud management service that unifies management across different public clouds, on-premise private clouds and software-defined infrastructure.

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Solutions Engineer at Data Strategy
Real User
Worked right the first time out-of-the-box; we were provisioning to AWS within 10 minutes

What is our primary use case?

We were invited by HPE to do a POC as a partner and services provider. We have the ability to put on the lens of our customers and help guide feedback to ensure a product that will meet our customer's needs both now, and in the future.

What other advice do I have?

We have been using it for just over a month now. I give it a solid eight out of 10 at this point, mostly because I do not know what is coming out at release and what is coming next. I have been hearing some things about the licensing model that have got me concerned; I think that is still stuff that has not been fully flushed out. So, there are a handful of things here and there that I feel are "wait and see". I want to give it 10 out of 10, I really do, and I think from a usability standpoint it's a 10, but my own reservations say this sits somewhere around an eight. There are still a few…
Solutions Engineer at Optio Data
Real User
As a SaaS solution, it is simple to utilize and quick to deploy

What other advice do I have?

We have been working with OneSphere since October, when the beta was announced. We got involved pretty early on, had the ability to do the initial deployment, and had access to it for about two weeks before they ended the early access beta. For a beta product, it worked well. It was easy to utilize. However, there were a few additional things that I am looking to see that they can add in. Most important criteria when selecting a vendor: innovation. Customers drive the market. If you are working with a legacy vendor who cannot meet the demands of the customer, you are going to struggle. In our…
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