PETALING JAYA: The Hewlett-Packard Co has expanded its Converged Cloud portfolio with new offerings across infrastructure, applications and information, which it claimed will enable enterprises to accelerate innovation and enhance agility.
Among the expanded offerings, are converged cloud services for the airline industry, which delivers integrated software-as-a-service (SaaS) and infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) platforms that meet the specific requirements of airline clients.
The new additions also include expanded capabilities for HP CloudSystem to deliver instant access to additional capacity through HP Cloud Services, Amazon Web Services and Savvis.
It has also made significant enhancements to HP Diagnostics, HP Real User Monitor and HP SiteScope to allow close collaboration between operations and development teams, while providing extended mobile-monitoring capabilities for applications in cloud environments.
To address the gap in cloud expertise, the company has introduced two new cloud certifications - the HP Accredited Technical Professional for cloud administrators and HP Accredited Solution Expert for cloud integrators - to its training and certification programme.
In addition to that, ePrint Enterprise 2.0 which enables easy, driverless printing from mobile devices, now offers integration with three additional pull-printing solutions, localisation in 10 languages and visitor printing capabilities.
Introduced in April, HP Converged Cloud is the industry's first strategy and portfolio based on a single architecture that combines private, managed and public cloud, as well as traditional IT, to create an environment that can rapidly change based on organisational requirements.
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