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Hyperscale IT: When you’re shooting for the moon, don’t try it alone

What NASA put in place to work on the project of walking on the moon was impressive. And once launched, the Apollo rockets – the hardware and software – and astronauts – the users – were constantly monitored and checked by experts to prevent proactively all possible issues, and react immediately to the most complex problems that could occur.

 

Certainly, integrating HP Moonshot System – the world’s first software defined server –  into your IT hyperscale infrastructure won’t require a team of thousands of experts. But -you do need, of course, to plan it, and when running it, you can count on the right experts at HP. The new Hyperscale Center of Expertise has the experts who know what it means to run a hyperscale environment. They know that you need the most advanced expertise to solve any issue that could occur when it would not be resolved fast enough with your own staff.

 

Datacenter Care for Hyperscale customers is exactly tailored to what your moonshot needs. Watch the short video and talk to your HP TS rep.

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