Qumulo, a leader in hybrid cloud file storage announced that it is all set to expand its partnership with the Hewlett-Packard Enterprises (HPE) that are set encompass both the on-premises and hybrid cloud-based storage solutions. HPE and Qumulo are taking the strategic partnership between them to another level that will allow enterprise customers to purchase completely validated HPE and Qumulo solutions directly from HPE and its resellers. Qumulo’s software solutions are the same for on-premises or in the cloud, making the transition easier and seamless for the enterprises, eliminating the need for reconfiguration for the application while also retaining the users.
The Strategic partnership announcement is a result of rising interest from the enterprises across a variety of industry from media and entertainment, manufacturing sector, healthcare, and others that require database solutions. Qumulo assists the businesses to maintain the continuity of software solutions, global collaboration, and multi-cloud objective. Gartner has forecasted that by 2021, over 75 percent of midsize and large organizations will have adopted a multi-cloud or hybrid IT Strategy. Molly Presley, Director of Product Marketing, Qumulo added that no matter where an organization is in its journey to the cloud, Qumulo and HPE can assist the users in managing their file-based applications and keep their workloads seamlessly configured across both data center and cloud environments. With the strategic partnership, Qumulo cloud-native file system will offer HPE customers the ability to move their data to the public cloud without the need for costly rewriting and modifications.
HPE customers are all set to use Qumulo hybrid cloud file software to gain real-time visibility that even can be assisting the scaling factor and controlling the data for on-premises and on-public clouds that includes Google Cloud Platform (GCP) and Amazon Web Services (AWS). Qumulo even can make data replications between the cloud for migration or multi-cloud requirements. It provides a single file system whether the data is on-premises or cloud, enabling the businesses to be efficient in storing, managing, and analyzing the data.