Summary: The general idea from HP is that its storage lineup has one architecture that can be used in various use cases and company sizes.
HP on Monday revamped its storage lineup and consolidated its various product lines on one architecture.
The updates fall under the "converged storage" banner. The general idea from HP is that its storage lineup has one architecture that can be used in various use cases and company sizes.
HP added that its storage lineup will have common data services for block, object and file applications and optimize hard and solid-state drives.
As for the lineup, HP announced:
With the moves, HP is trying to position itself away from "legacy storage vendors," which have a bevy of architectures. The catch is that many IT buyers consider HP a legacy storage vendor and are also eyeing cloud computing options. For instance, NetApp is linking up to Amazon Web Services S3.
In the grand scheme of storage, HP's on-premise gear is increasingly likely to compete with cloud options.
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