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The science behind the simplicity of HP OneView—Part three

try-it-free-305x246.jpgIn this third post in our series on HP OneView, we get into the nuts and bolts of what went into developing HP’s new systems management tool. To get a better understanding of how HP OneView was built (and how to get started) I asked Bryan Jacquot, HP Distinguished Technologist to explain development and deployment. Here’s what he had to say.

The science behind the simplicity of HP OneView—Part two

OV.pngPerhaps the best view of HP OneView is the part you can’t see. HP’s new systems management tool rolls four years of customer input and HP innovation into a solid task-driven package that redefines systems management. To understand the essential differences, I sat in on a briefing by HP Converged System’s Jeff Carlat, Director of Project Management and Bryan Jacquot, Distinguished Technologist.

 

In this second post in the series, Jeff Carlat how HP OneView was developed around a single question—What’s stopping you from working faster and more efficiently?

 

Here’s what he had to say.

The science behind the simplicity of HP OneView—Part one

c03931676.pngPerhaps the best view of HP OneView is the part you can’t see. HP’s new systems management tool rolls four years of customer input and HP innovation into a solid task-driven package that redefines systems management. To understand the essential differences, I sat in on a briefing by HP Converged System’s Jeff Carlat, Director of Project Management and Bryan Jacquot, Distinguished Technologist. 

 

In this first post in this series Jeff Carlat covers what makes HP OneView different from other lifecycle management solutions.

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  • Lee is the Product Manager for HP’s New Generation of Storage Management in HP OneView. In 2011 Kaminski joined HP to collaborate on the storage convergence strategy. He is now leading the definition and planning of the next generation of converged storage management in HP OneView. Prior to joining HP, Kaminski pioneered and managed a number of award winning enterprise software products from Akorri, Concord, CA and Entuity. His industry experience includes Business Area Management during his decade at United Technologies Corporation.
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