Oracle Virtual Machine Managed Services and Automation
Many organisations can leverage operational and license benefits by moving the Oracle workloads to an Oracle virtual machine environment running on DellEMC infrastructure.
However, they don’t because it is very difficult to manage and it does not play nicely with other systems or environments.
NTT Communications have used Ansible and Cloudforms to provide basic orchestration of Oracle workloads and have provided a semblance of interoperability for these hard to manage systems.
Get up to 30 percent reduction in capital expenditure compared to traditional infrastructure. The Composable Infrastructure architecture offers the ability to compose resources on demand, increasing utilisation and reducing over-provisioning, stranded capacity, and hardware costs while delivering right-sized resource allocation for every application.
Infrastructure applications can be provisioned in minutes instead of days. Developers can refine applications to meet customer needs as they arise with the flexibility to create multiple environments quickly,
Implement updates in just one step. The Composable Infrastructure software-defined intelligence allows IT to automatically connect, aggregate, and control infrastructure resources in exciting new ways, making it easier to manage IT projects and systems.
With a single line of code, Developers can stand up infrastructure without needing a detailed understanding of the underlying physical elements, allowing them to request exactly the amount of compute, storage, and networking fabric they need for instant, near-continuous development.
Digital transformation is essential for businesses to thrive in a digital economy. This means managing existing, traditional IT needs, but also enabling lightning-fast application delivery where it counts. Composable Infrastructure makes it possible to meet both needs – and to do it very well. Read analyst IDC’s case for reducing data centre inefficiencies with Composable Infrastructure.IDC: Making the Case for Composable Infrastructure
A switch to composable infrastructure doesn’t mean throwing out your existing servers and storage devices – and it doesn’t mean you have to buy a whole bunch of new products to get started. HPE’s five steps to building composable infrastructure will have you enjoying the benefits sooner than you think – and the economics will please you too!
Put simply, composable infrastructure is a way of using hardware that can be deployed and run as though it were software.
In this way, all of IT is managed via a single application. IT departments no longer need to configure hardware to support specific applications, and infrastructure is instead managed by software command. Watch how HPE’s industry first, Synergy, makes IT look easy.
To get the best bang for your budget buck, it is vital to understand all the types of infrastructure at your disposal, and how they compare - especially if you're looking to renew or refresh your infrastructure. This book gives the inside track on just how Composable Infrastructure fits into the landscape, and how it can help you.
Composable infrastructure uses fluid pools of resources to give you cloud-like speed – so your IT environment is digital-ready. In a world-first, see how HPE’s Synergy gives you the speed and flexibility you need for your future – now.
Find out how HPE Composable Infrastructure can reduce your operational costs and increase your business agility.