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5 facts to help you evaluate HP OneView, a new approach to infrastructure management

As you evaluate data center management tools, you are more than likely going to be confronted with comparisons between products.    Not only can these comparisons be confusing, but they can often also be incorrect.   To avoid misinformation, the best approach is to make a personal evaluation of the product.   To help assist with your evaluation of HP OneView, you can gather information on the HP OneView hp.com site and you can experience the actual product by taking a demo.    As you evaluate HP OneView, you will more than likely have questions.  It’s inevitable.   See the real story on HP OneView and 5 facts that can help you evaluate HP OneView for yourself.


1.  HP OneView is an end-to-end converged infrastructure management platform

2.  HP OneView has an HTML5 user interface

3.  HP OneView is an open development platform built on the RESTful API

4.  HP OneView integrates with VMware vCenter Server for comprehensive monitoring, remote control, and power optimization. It combines physical and virtual views from a single pane of glass in the vCenter console.

5.  A ROI study completed in January 2014 on a financial services institution found that HP OneView dramatically improved IT staff efficiency by enabling a software-defined datacenter.


Experience HP OneView for yourself and take a demo.  Or, Download HP OneView software free for 60 days.

For more HP OneView details and substantiation references, read The Real Story about HP OneView vs. Cisco UCS Manager.






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