As Fidelma Russo recalls, reality is increasingly diverse, increasing operational complexity for organizations, which need to rely on a platform like HPE GreenLake that delivers a “unified edge-to-cloud experience” in order to transform business. The key to this is in the design of the platform itself, because, as this manager explained, “only HPE GreenLake has been built specifically for the hybrid world.”
One of the most prominent elements of this new reality is Edge, where according to the data that HPE handles, more than 50% of the data is generated, which leads them to say that “we are relying more and more on smart data in The Edge for business”, which is necessary to provide a “experience More advanced cloud” at the edge, where deployment of Aruba Networks infrastructure is essential “to extend our leadership in wireless networks.”
The other element that defines reality for businesses today is the hybrid cloud which is “not a destination, but an experience”.
As Fidelma Russo puts it, “Every workload needs to be in the right location with the right infrastructure to be most productive for the business,” which is why a large number of the announcements in this release of Discover focused on continuing to leverage the capabilities and options of HPE GreenLake.
Finally, HPE’s CTO reviewed the role of AI closely related to supercomputing in corporate strategy. Noting that “2023 is the beginning of the era of artificial intelligence,” he noted that “we have invested, organically and through acquisitions, these years in artificial intelligence and supercomputing to lay the foundations for this explosion in artificial intelligence.”
In fact, Russo notes that HPE GreenLake is “the most sustainable platform for AI,” because that sustainability “is one of the foundations of our strategy.”