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HPE Ezmeral Container Platform, a unified container platform built on open source Kubernetes and designed for both cloud-native applications and non-cloud-native applications running on any infrastructure either on-premises, in multiple public clouds, in a hybrid model, or at the edge.

In this video our expert discusses the challenges enterprises face when they are modernizing their infrastructure and applications in their journey towards a Hybrid Cloud and how HPE Container Platform addresses these challenges.

Gartner estimates that 75% of enterprises will have containerized applications in production by 2022—up from 20% today.1 These enterprise organizations are adopting containers and embracing cloud-native microservices architecture, in order to accelerate the speed of application development and innovation—and benefit from greater efficiency and portability. Kubernetes has emerged as the de facto open-source standard for container orchestration and a fundamental building block for cloud-native architectures.

While it is straightforward to deploy modern, cloud-native applications in containers, these represent a small portion of enterprise applications. The vast majority of enterprise applications are still non-cloud-native—with a monolithic architecture and persistent data storage. These non-cloud-native monolithic applications would benefit from the agility and efficiency that containers bring.

The challenge is how to run these monolithic applications in containers, without rearchitecting them. And as enterprise organizations extend the use of containers and Kubernetes beyond development and testing to production environments, they need to address key considerations including security and data persistence.

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