These new HPE GreenLake cloud services will allow customers to combine the power of an agile, elastic, pay-per-use cloud experience with proven, market-leading HPC systems, the tech firm said.
Compatible on-premises or in a colocation facility, the as a service platform has been designed to tackle demanding compute and data-intensive workloads, power AI and ML initiatives, speed time to insight, as well as create new products and experiences.
“We are transforming the market by delivering industry-leading HPC solutions in simplified, pre-configured services that control costs and improve governance, scalability and agility through HPE GreenLake,” commented Peter Ungaro, senior vice president and general manager, HPC and Mission Critical Solutions (MCS), at HPE.
According to Intersect360 Research, the HPC market will grow by more than 40%, reaching almost $55 billion by 2024. The tech is designed to support ongoing data growth, including data from emerging applications and endpoints such as AI training models and edge devices, to efficiently process and analyse data.
HPE said its HPC as a service offering will dramatically simplify the experience by speeding up the deployment of HPC projects by up to 75% and reducing capital expenditures by up to 40%.
Enterprises can deploy the fully managed services in any data centre environment, the firm added, allowing them to pay for only what they use, focus on running projects to increase time-to-insight and accelerate innovation.
HPE will initially offer an HPC service based on HPE Apollo Systems, combined with storage and networking technologies, which are purpose-built for running modelling and simulation workloads. The firm then plans to expand the rest of its HPC portfolio to as a service offerings in future.
GreenLake for HPC is available in small, medium or large options that can be ordered via a self-service portal, with the service then ready in less than 14 days.
As part of the offering, customers will also gain access to HPE GreenLake Central, HPE Self-service dashboard HPE Consumption Analytics, as well as HPC, AI & App Services.
“These HPC cloud services enable any enterprise to access the most powerful HPC and AI capabilities and unlock greater insights that will power their ability to advance critical research and achieve bold customer outcomes,” Ungaro added.
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