HPE’s Maeve Culloty and Interxion’s Séamus Dunne discuss their new cloud service offering and why the future of data storage could be hybrid.
Early this year, Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) announced a new cloud experience for the European market with Interxion Ireland.
The programme aims to bring customers in Ireland a hybrid cloud experience, with the benefits of a managed cloud experience while still maintaining ownership and control of their data.
Speaking to Siliconrepublic.com, Interxion Ireland’s managing director, Séamus Dunne, said being able to test-drive HPE’s GreenLake cloud services in a production colocation data centre facility takes the risk out of the move. “You can try it and see if it works for you,” he said.
HPE Ireland’s managing director, Maeve Culloty, added that one of the reasons Ireland was chosen to test the programme is because of the level of R&D happening in the country for HPE GreenLake.
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Words by Jenny Darmody