Containers are gaining momentum, providing speed, agility, and cost savings to cloud-native applications. Yet, with the vast majority of applications still on premises, how do you gain the benefits of containers for non-cloud-native applications in your own environment?
See the Benefits of Containers
Growing adoption of cloud-native applications and infrastructure will increase use of container management to over 75% of large enterprises in mature economies by 2024*
* Source: Gartner Forecast Analysis: Container Management (Software and Services), Worldwide, May 2020
HPE GreenLake delivers the industry’s first enterprise-grade, scalable container platform with 100% open-source Kubernetes for cloud-native and non-cloud native applications to your edges, colocations, and data centers.
Unified platform for cloud-native and non-cloud native apps
Persistent storage for stateful apps
Enterprise-grade security and control
Pay-per-use1, scalable solution
Managed for you
Modernize applications without costly refactoring
Run traditional monolithic apps on containers, with persistent storage leveraging HPE’s unique data fabric.
Accelerate digital transformation
Help transform experiences cost effectively, leveraging the speed and flexibility of container-based deployment, combined with elastic infrastructure capacity and management services.
Implement emerging technology
Take advantage of the best open source has to offer by adopting a container platform with 100% upstream Kubernetes. Rapidly onboard innovations in AI, machine learning, the Internet of Things (IoT), and 5G.
Establish end to end security across data and compute resources with integrations into enterprise security and authentication services.
Reduce cost of ownership
Reduce infrastructure expenses by eliminating upfront costs and paying only for what you use.
Be more agile
Speed agile DevOps and accelerate the entire application lifecycle for improved time to market.
Reduce IT complexity
Simplify IT with preintegrated, converged infrastructure, managed for you, and a unified control plane for cloud-native and non-cloud-native apps.