Converged Infrastructure

What do snowstorms have in common with mission-critical computing?

Learning how to navigate through winter storms in New England is second nature to native New Englanders.  Not only was New York hit with a megastorm a few weeks ago, the southern states are getting hit with a snow/ice storm that they have to  deal with.    And now if the weathermen are correct, that weather front is headed in my direction.   As a native New Englander, I know the drill.   Gas up the car and check supplies to make sure you have plenty of bottled  water, canned food, fresh batteries, and working flashlights on hand---and if you are one of the few who even has a generator--all the better!   You never know when there may be a power outage!

 

The weather can definitely wreak havoc on our daily routines.  Whether you are one of many affected by cancelled airline flights or any of the other inconveniences snowstorms deliver, I would like to take this opportunity and reinforce the advantages of the HP Mission-critical Converged Infrastructure solution and how it delivers the resiliency and security enterprise customers demand so that blinding snowstorms or other disruptions don’t bring their businesses to a halt.  Not only, do Integrity systems with HP-UX protect your data, but the flexibility to scale to meet needs in a volatile market and to easily virtualize your environment are just a few of the key advantages.    Listen to the HP experts discuss these advantages and more that only come from a mission-critical Converged Infrastructure built on HP-UX and Serviceguard solutions and the new modular Integrity systems.  

 

Similar to the snowstorms, you can shovel out from the mess they leave behind or you can be prepared up front with gas, food, generators, and batteries.   HP Mission-critical Converged Infrastructure helps you be prepared so that you stay up and running...and you aren't shoveling out from the mess of not being protected.

 

~Tammie

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