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  • Dynamic Storage provisioning for Kubernetes with volume attributes such as thin, compressed, dededuped or fully provisioned volumes across multiple HPE 3PAR arrays
  • Snapshots and clone of container data volumes with retention, expiration, as well as scheduling of snapshots
  • Per data volume QoS and secure multi-tenancy for running multiple Kubernetes clusters on same array
  • Synchronous replication with automated failover with HPE 3PAR peer persistence and , asynchronous replication of container data volumes
  • Ansible-based automated installation of Plug-in in OpenShift and standalone Docker environments. Import of legacy data volumes into containers
  • Expanded ecosystem including Kubernetes 1.8 and higher , Red Hat OpenShift 3.7, 3.9 and 3.10, Docker EE 2.0, SuSE CaaS/CAP v3

Dynamically provision storage on HPE 3PAR using Kubernetes StorageClass for policy-based storage management.

Avoid development and test teams using stale or synthetic data sets. Create instant snapshots or clones of production data volumes for developers and test teams to accelerate application development and delivery.

Automatic cleanup of snapshot copies used by development and test teams ensures no unnecessary storage space is consumed on storage.

Simplify Container Operations

Deliver right performance to right application with per volume QOS.

Deploy secure multiple multi-tenant Kubernetes clusters on a single HPE 3PAR platform with clear separation of tenant data.

Deploy containerized workloads across multiple HPE 3PAR arrays or across multiple domains within single array.

Ansible based automated plug-in installation on standalone Docker and Red Hat OpenShift environments simplifies management on day 0 and beyond.

  • HPE Proactive Care offers an integrated set of reactive and proactive services designed to help you improve the stability and operation of your converged infrastructure to achieve better business outcomes. In a complex converged and virtualized environment, many components need to work together effectively. HPE Proactive Care has been specifically designed to support devices in these environments, providing enhanced support that covers servers, operating systems, hypervisors, storage, storage area networks (SANs), and networks. In the event of a service incident, HPE Proactive Care provides you with an enhanced call experience with access to advanced technical solution specialists, who will manage your case from start to finish with the goal of reducing the impact to your business while helping you resolve critical issues more quickly. Hewlett Packard Enterprise employs enhanced incident management procedures intended to provide rapid resolution of complex incidents.
  • In addition, the technical solution specialists providing your HPE Proactive Care support are equipped with automation technologies and tools designed to help reduce downtime and increase productivity. Should an incident occur, HPE Proactive Care includes on-site hardware repair if it is required to resolve the issue. You can choose from a range of hardware reactive support levels to meet your business and operational needs. HPE Proactive Care includes firmware and software version analysis for supported devices, providing you with a list of recommendations to keep your HPE Proactive Care covered infrastructure at the recommended revision levels. You will receive a regular proactive scan of your HPE Proactive Care covered devices, which can help you to identify and resolve configuration problems. HPE Proactive Care also provides quarterly incident reporting intended to help you identify problem trends and prevent repeat problems. HPE Proactive Care uses Remote Support Technology to enable faster delivery of services by collecting technical configuration and fault data. Running the current version of Remote Support Technology is required to receive full delivery and benefits from this support service.
  • HPE support resources
  • Problem prevention
  • Incident management

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