Hewlett Packard Enterprise acquires OpsRamp

Hewlett Packard Enterprise has agreed to amass OpsRamp, an IT operations administration (ITOM) firm that displays, observes, automates and manages IT infrastructure, cloud sources, workloads and purposes for hybrid and multi-cloud environments, together with the main hyperscalers.

Integrating OpsRamp’s hybrid digital operations administration answer with the HPE GreenLake edge-to-cloud platform – and supporting it with HPE providers – will scale back the operational complexity of multi-vendor and multi-cloud IT environments which are within the public cloud, colocations, and on-premises. OpsRamp’s expertise – which delivers discovery, monitoring, automation, and occasion decision with synthetic intelligence for IT operations (AIOps) – gives end-to-end visibility, observability, and management throughout hybrid and multi-cloud IT environments.

These capabilities span multi-vendor computing, networking, and storage, together with cloud sources, containers, digital machines, and purposes. In line with IDC, 64% of enterprises use a number of cloud suppliers; the power to handle the IT operations sprawl throughout heterogeneous cloud environments is changing into more and more extra essential.

Fidelma Russo, CTO of Hewlett Packard Enterprise (pictured), stated: “Clients immediately are managing a number of totally different cloud environments, with totally different IT operational fashions and instruments, which dramatically will increase the fee and complexity of digital operations administration.

“The mix of OpsRamp and HPE will take away these boundaries by offering clients with an built-in edge-to-cloud platform that may extra successfully handle and rework multi-vendor and multi-cloud IT estates. This acquisition advances HPE hybrid cloud management and expands the attain of the HPE GreenLake platform into IT Operations Administration.”

HPE GreenLake platform gives clients and companions with a unified hybrid cloud expertise and easy accessibility to cloud providers. With the addition of OpsRamp’s providers, new and current HPE clients going through more and more complicated multi-vendor IT methods and workloads will be capable of extra effectively handle IT investments and remediate incidents sooner. Organizations profit from one platform from which to automate, orchestrate, and function their hybrid cloud property.

The OpsRamp capabilities prolong the HPE providers portfolio – throughout Advisory, Operational and HPE GreenLake managed providers – into delivering end-to-end assist for hybrid and multi-cloud IT environments. With this providing, clients can extra successfully handle their heterogeneous cloud environments, dramatically scale back their working bills and improve the general IT expertise for customers. Capabilities embody the consolidation of multi-vendor instruments; automating and streamlining guide processes with AIOps; and considerably bettering incident remediation with monitoring and observability.

Headquartered in San Jose, California, OpsRamp was a part of Hewlett Packard Pathfinder’s enterprise capital funding in 2020. OpsRamp delivers a hybrid digital operations administration platform that helps 1000’s of consumers worldwide to modernize and scale back the price of their digital operations administration.

Varma Kunaparaju, CEO of OpsRamp, stated: “The mixing of OpsRamp’s hybrid digital operations administration answer with the HPE GreenLake platform will present an unmatched providing for organizations in search of to innovate and thrive in a posh, multi-cloud world. Companions and the channel may even play a pivotal function to advance their as-a-service choices, as enterprises search for a unified strategy to higher handle their operations from the sting to the cloud.”

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