Cloud security

HPE’s GreenLake receives major expansion

GreenLake, Hewlett Packard Enterprise’s everything-as-a-service delivery platform, is undergoing an expansion that adds a new workload optimization tool, a silicon on-demand service and vertical industry cloud solutions to significantly widen the platform’s scope of supported applications and workloads, according to ZDNet.

Among the major additions are Lighthouse, a cloud-native platform for configuring workloads that allows multiple cloud services to be launched simultaneously; the new Compute Cloud Console, which allows for automated compute operations as a service; and the first-of-its-kind Silicon on-demand service, which allows users to expand processor core capacity on demand and was developed in collaboration with Intel.

Meanwhile, Project Aurora is GreenLake’s first foray into a new zero-trust security architecture and would enable users to confirm whether everything in their environment, whether the user, an application, firmware, hardware or operating system, is secure.

The expansion is part of HPE’s efforts to make GreenLake its “full, optimized solution for whatever outcome you're trying to achieve,” said CEO Antonio Neri.
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