HP integrates VMware vSphere 4 with AI

By : |June 2, 2009 0

BANGALORE, INDIA: HP, today announced that it has integrated VMware vSphere 4 into its HP Adaptive Infrastructure (AI) portfolio.

The company said that the integration includes a broad range of related products and services designed to enable customers to change the economics of their technology infrastructures, said a press release.

The HP AI portfolio enables customers to manage both environments simultaneously, deliver dynamic capacity planning and automate provisioning and deployment.

HP AI with VMware vSphere 4 can be delivered across various delivery models, on-premise, as an outsourced offering or via cloud computing, thereby providing customers with improved efficiency, greater control and flexibility of choice, added the release.

The customers would also benefit from the many years of development between HP and VMware.

The company said in a statement that the interoperability of VMware vSphere 4 with HP’s portfolio includes, offerings to meet the needs of small and midsize businesses, enterprises and cloud computing customers, including VMware Ready Certified hardware platforms ideal for VMware vSphere 4 and a wide choice of HP ProLiant and HP BladeSystem servers and HP StorageWorks systems; a set of tools for both virtual and physical environments through HP Software solutions that are integrated with VMware vSphere 4.

Seamless management and reduced network costs with HP Virtual Connect, the company’s industry-standard virtual I/O fabric; and training to help customers maximize their VMware vSphere 4 investments, such as startup, migration, health check, technical support and education services.

Aman Neil Dokania, vice president and general manager, Infrastructure Software, HP Asia Pacific and Japan, said that “customers in India, who want to divert more resources toward increasing revenue can rely on the combination of HP products and services and VMware vSphere 4 to deliver a business-ready technology infrastructure.”

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