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Data Protection for Containers: Part I, Backup

 How do you ensure data is properly backed up and recoverable according to current policies on a Kubernetes cluster? Traditional agent-based backup software won’t work natively with a container orchestrator such as Kubernetes. A Persistent Volume (PV) may be attached to any host at any given time...
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NASA Launches Supercomputer Servers into Space

Using off-the-shelf servers, NASA and HPE are devising a way to allow a Mars-bound spacecraft to house an on-board supercomputer. To test the concept, NASA has launched the SpaceX CRS-12 rocket containing HPE’s “Spaceborne Computer” as its payload. According the company, the servers that make up...
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The Goal of HP's Radical The Machine: Reshaping Computing Around Memory

...HPE's goal with The Machine is to build a large pool of persistent memory that application processors can just access. "We want all the warm and hot data to reside in a very large in-memory domain," Wheeler said. "At the software level, we are trying to eliminate a lot of the shuffling of data...
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OpenSwitch Moves Away From HPE, Embracing Dell & SnapRoute

OpenSwitch is undergoing a reboot, as the open source switching-software project, which originated at Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE), appears poised to use code submitted by SnapRoute and by the Dell EMC portion of Dell. HPE remains a member of OpenSwitch, but today’s announcement signals a new...
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Modern Hardware’s Role in a Software Driven Data Center

While Hewlett-Packard initially began its technology endeavors making audio equipment, its first instrumentation computer was engineered in 1966. It was sold to the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute and used on research vessels for over a decade. It was designed to interface with over 20 HP...
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HPE Launches Preintegrated Software Stack for High Performance Computing

HPE's rollout for HPC deployments is designed to popularize the hardware within more enterprises. According to HPE, its approach to HPC is designed to simplify deployments with a software defined approach. The lead announcement for HPE is its Core HPC Software Stack that includes cluster management...
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Hewlett Packard Enterprise and Docker Partner For the Containerized Data Center

Docker, with its containerized technology, is leaping into the enterprise with its Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) partnership. This strategic alliance, the first at this scale for Docker, includes sales, engineering, support, and knowledge sharing for HPE data-center customers. At the heart of...
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HPE is taking its experimental computing project open source, representing a shift in the company’s open source strategy. Image: Hewlett Packard Labs

Linux Leader Bdale Garbee Touts Potential of HPE's Newest Open Source Project

The technology landscape is changing very fast. We now carry devices in our pockets that are more powerful than PCs we had some 20 years ago. This means we are now continuously churning huge amounts of data that travels between machines -- data centers (aka cloud) and our mobile devices. The cloud/...
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HPE Targets DevOps and Agile with New Application Lifecycle Management Software

On Wednesday, Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) announced the general availability ALM Octane, its cloud-based application lifecycle management offering that is geared towards making customers' DevOps processes more efficient. The platform makes use of common toolsets and frameworks, such as Jenkins...
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Cloud Foundry ‘Dojo’ Opening in Seattle, Hosted by HP Enterprise

Seattle will be one of only seven cities in North America and the UK to host a Cloud Foundry “Dojo,” giving programmers a six-week bootcamp to attain the ability to contribute source code to the popular open-source platform for developing cloud apps. Hewlett Packard Enterprise will host the Cloud...
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