Cloud Economics On-Premises with Turbonomic and HPE

 Previously Recorded Wednesday, November 16, 2016 | 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. EST

Cloud Economics On-Premises with Turbonomic and HPE

Your company depends on increasingly complex applications for serving consumers online, increasing workforce productivity with virtual desktops or improving decisions with data across multiple sources.

With an unquenchable thirst to deliver better applications faster, many organizations are looking for public cloud service providers as the answer. Such moves are underpinned by the belief that public cloud economies of scale – in performance, availability and price – are unattainable on private infrastructure. Additionally, DevOps practices require provisioning agility that introduces both performance and efficiency risk. We maintain, however, that delivering the performance and availability end-users demand without giving your CFO a headache is achievable on most modern infrastructures, with the appropriate technology platform in place.

This webinar will cover the common challenges enterprises face today as they look to increase application delivery while taking cost constraints into account. Learn how hybrid infrastructure solutions from HPE combined with Turbonomic’s Autonomic Platform help address the performance and cost tradeoff and deliver cloud economics on premises.

Join to discuss key use cases for HPE and Turbonomic in your data center including:

  • How HPE OneView’s unified API and Turbonomic enable you to manage more workloads across hybrid infrastructure
  • The benefits of Composable infrastructure including automation of resource placement, provisioning and sizing across HPE BladeSystem and Synergy
  • Delivering on private cloud initiatives as self-service portals increase the dynamic and unpredictable load on the environment

We will review use cases from leading enterprises and cover these capabilities with a live demo.

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Our Speakers

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Frances Guida

Group Manager, HPE OneView Product Management  Hewlett Packard Enterprise

Frances Guida leads product management for HPE OneView, the

infrastructure automation engine built with software-defined intelligence and a unified API.  HPE OneView lets customers deploy infrastructure faster, simplify lifecycle operations, and improve productivity to increase the speed and flexibility of IT service delivery.  She also leads the development of an ISV ecosystem for the unified API, a single, open API native in HPE OneView which automates the provisioning, configuration, and monitoring of HP infrastructure.  By integrating with the Unified API, ISVs can provide solutions that let customers reduce the time spent on managing their environments and accelerate time to value.

Previously, Guida has helped shape HP’s overall direction for integrated systems and cloud computing, drawing on deep experience in driving pioneering offerings like the HP Utility Data Center, HP Systems Insight Manager, the HP Virtual Server Environment and HP CloudSystem.

With more than 20 years of experience in the IT industry, Guida has held a variety of roles at HP and Hewlett Packard Enterprise, which include product management for HP servers across Europe, the Middle East, and Africa, managing HP alliances with leading independent software vendors such as SAP, and driving innovative programs for solutions such as virtualization and HP Converged Infrastructure.

Guida has a Masters of Business Administration in International Business from INSEAD in Fontainebleau, France and a Bachelor of Arts in Economics and French from Williams College, Williamstown, Massachusetts.

 

ben-yeminiBen Yemini

Sr. Director, Product Marketing, Turbonomic

At Turbonomic Ben helps customers and partners understand that it’s not if but when they’ll need an autonomic platform. That is unless they don’t care about assuring application performance while maximizing efficiency. He decided to join Turbonomic after spending too much time watching dev blame ops and ops blame dev and users still not getting experience they wanted. Ben has over 15 year of experience in the enterprise software space first as developer and later as a product manager.

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