When companies switch from traditional, partially still analog environments to entirely digital organizational structures, they often end up with applications spread across various data centers, clouds and network peripherals. Although such hybrid IT environments link on-premises IT to the cloud and thus offer substantial benefits, they also present new challenges in terms of operational efficiency and multi-platform management. And yet successfully transitioning to the digital era will undoubtedly boost company income, which is why it is vital to tackle these challenges with the help of a standardized end-to-end multi-cloud management solution. Luckily, such a solution already exists - as Hewlett Packard recently demonstrated with its detailed CEBIT 2018 showcase of the HPE OneSphere.
HPE OneSphere is designed to make it easier to manage multi-cloud environments and on-premises infrastructure. With this in mind, this as-a-service solution provides a standardized view of the customer's hybrid cloud architecture, which can support both traditional and cloud-native applications. In this way, HPE aims to enable IT staff, developers and business units to work together more effectively and implement digital business initiatives faster.