HPE's New GreenLake Aruba NaaS offers are currently in high demand
Top solution providers frequently offer network-as-a-service (NaaS), which is still high in demand. Phil Mottram is HPE's Intelligent Edge Business Executive VP, who expects the expansion of HPE's services will bring the company ahead of its competition.
HPE's new GreenLake Aruba offers pay-per-use cloud services, an excellent opportunity for sustainable growth of partners within the digital infrastructure. HPE recently introduced its GreenLake Aruba, which will start benefitting customers off the shelf.
The edge-to-Cloud platform offers simplicity with a unified experience for cloud services. The addition brought 120,000 customers to convergence with Aruba Central, a fascinating treat.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise (NYSE: HPE) announced its advancement with GreenLake Aruba. A top tier company that offers organisations the facility to modernise their services. Edge to cloud, applications and data are all considered for a full-stack Service providing ecosystem.
Twelve new cloud services are added to the NaaS platform to provide better opportunities for the customers. Currently, HPE GreenLake is available on the online marketplaces of ALSO Group, TD SYNNEX, Arrow Electronics, and Ingram Micro Inc. Together, and they reach over 100,000 partners.
The newer option will allow flex up and flex down options and other opportunities for existing and new partners. What are the exact services the eight new HPE GreenLake NaaS will offer? It includes Wired Aggregation as a Service, Outdoor Wireless as a Service, Remote Wireless as a Service, SD-Branch as a Service, Wired Access as a Service, Wired Core as a Service, Aruba UXI (user experience insight) and plenty more.
A partner assessment will be taken as the default key for measuring the expansion and how it will benefit the partner. However, implementing newer technology within the existing ecosystem helps customers the most as they adapt faster without jumping ship.
Looking at data from two years back, Aruba took the company's lead in two aspects. One is the Aruba Central platform, otherwise known as Aruba cloud services. It helped many customers grow and manage their infrastructure within an autonomous network. The platform currently has over 120,000 customers, as we mentioned earlier, and over two million devices connected. The company has taken elements to form the platform and developed the new GreenLake.
According to IDC, by 2025, 60 per cent of networks will come under a Service-based system. The "as-a-Service" based model will be capable of sustaining upcoming demands and accessible cope facilities with newer services. Current world tech is relatively mature. It is a no brainer that a single search on the web can disclose as much information as we need before choosing a service.
While we are not sponsored to talk about Aruba GreenLake services, customers and readers should know they exist and what they are doing to remain that way.
Comparing Aruba's facility with Cisco gives us fascinating facts and straightens our vision. Cisco is one of the gems of Silicon Valley that develops, manufactures, and sells network, telecommunication, software equipment, and high-tech products. The actual versus comes into play when we take in Cisco and Aruba Central platform on its managed services and network growth.
Cisco manages multi-cloud infrastructure, whereas Aruba has a single cloud platform to manage all products and services. Some customers like having a hybrid cloud, and some want different facilities. It is excellent that the options are there. Both companies manage to tick every option on the capabilities and management side of things.
Jumping towards networking capabilities brings in new responsibilities for the company. Partners will play a vital role in this transition towards new business capabilities. The supply chain growth and the fact that Aruba is equipped with new gears reflect how robust the global tech infrastructure is.