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Choose the right partner for your resiliency and recovery needs

By: Joachim MayeImager -Global Product Marketing Manager / Continuity Services

The Forrester Wave™ report from January 2014 aims to assist IT leaders in choosing the right partner for their resiliency and recovery needs.

Have you heard about the new HP managed cloud storage offering from HP?

20130131_OFFICE_COLLEAGUES-310Smaller1.jpgLearn how our new HP managed cloud storage offering can address your exponential data growth while reducing your storage total cost of ownership while improving performance.

Ready or Not? - Part 2

small.jpgBy: Joachim Mayer -
Global Product Marketing Manager / Continuity Services

Cloud service providers may have very resilient data centres, but they cannot make themselves completely immune from catastrophic events, disasters, acts of terrorism or sabotage. The good news is that new cloud-based disaster recovery services such as HP Helion Continuity provides much improved data protection and recovery performance for both the cloud consuming enterprise and non-cloud IT department.

What would you do without a cloud? - Part 1

DiscLV2014_EBC_loc_Image_Wht_RGB_72.pngBy: Joachim Mayer- Global Product Marketing Manager, Continuity Services


How well prepared is your organization to recover from a catastrophic event? Talk to the experts at HP Discover to know more about HP Helion Continuity and discuss more about Continuity Services.

Design to Scale in the Cloud - Part 3

iStock_000019382960Medium.jpgBy: Joost van der Vlies, HP ES Account Chief Technologist

One of the characteristics that make cloud unique is elasticity, the capability to scale outward and inward, based on demand.

This flexibility, combined with pay for use, makes cloud technology very attractive.

But this is easier said than done. Scaling is not only an infrastructure play, but for sure a play for the application on top of it.

In a series of blogs, I will explore the various aspects of scaling in the cloud which helps transparent discussions on this important topic.


Part 1 introduces the types of scaling in the Cloud: the What. Part 2 is about When to scale. And Part 3 is about How to scale.

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  • 28 years of IT experience from managing data centers across the US to now supporting marketing activities supporting Storage Management Services and Backup and Restore Services for HP Enterprise Services.
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