GreenLake’s growing contribution to Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co.’s as-a-service business strategy is emerging as one of the company’s more notable story lines for 2021.
Introduced as a pay-per-use suite of IT solutions for customer workloads, GreenLake hit the market in 2017. Less than a year later, HPE had already accumulated $5 billion in assetsunder management with GreenLake, and the company has continued to enhance its offering with new services and partnerships.
The offering has continued to demonstrate momentum. HPE’s earnings results in December showed that GreenLake channel orders climbed 62% year over year. And the company’s annualized run rate rose 27%, largely credited to widespread adoption of its GreenLake cloud-services division, as well as Aruba ESP edge-to-cloud connectivity-as-a-service.
How GreenLake fits into HPE’s continued strategy for enterprise services in a hybrid computing world will be the focus of discussion during “HPE GreenLake Day,” hosted by theCUBE on March 10. The event, which will kick off at 8 a.m. PST, will feature interviews with thought leaders and industry analysts, including executives from HPE and its customers, who will discuss recent product news, how HPE is leveraging enterprise interest in hybrid solutions, and ways that GreenLake can address specific business challenges.
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