Cloud means something different to everyone. Organizations are embarking on their cloud journey by adopting cloud at their own pace. Although the momentum is for most applications and workloads to move to the public cloud, some apps and workloads will forever stay on the private cloud due to security, compliance and performance concerns. This phenomenon has given birth to a new style of IT dubbed the Hybrid Cloud. Hybrid clouds are here to stay.
HP Helion is a portfolio of cloud products and services that provide organizations the tools they need to develop, deploy and deliver applications in a Hybrid IT environment securely. This future proofs their business so it can test, learn and succeed faster. HP Helion is fueled by the power of the open source community and open source innovation. It delivers the cloud to organizations and developers the way they want to consume it and offers manageability, choice, and scale, that today’s applications demand. It solves complexity, and business responsiveness challenges faced by organizations today.
In this webinar, our panel will cover these questions and key topics:
- Learn how to push code to the platform in one simple click, scale an application and how the platform supports the needs of developers with a polyglot runtime, frameworks and highly available services.
- How can an open ecosystem with a common management structure can prevent vendor lock-in?
- Why manageability, control and responsiveness should be your critical decision criterion?
- What are the benefits of IT becoming a service provider to the business?
- Dana Gardner, President, Interarbor Solutions
- Andrew Reichman, Independent Analyst
- Daniel Watrous, Senior Cloud Architect, Hewlett-Packard
- Nicholas Walker, Product Manager – Cloud Services, Hewlett-Packard
Register here to join Gigaom Research and our sponsor HP for “An Inside look at HP Helion Development Platform,” a free analyst webinar panel discussion on Wednesday, November 5, 2014 at 10 a.m. PT. You will get an inside look at the architecture of the HP Helion Development Platform, details on how it works and why.