back to article Right, HPE. You've eaten your hyperconverged Simplivity breakfast. Will it blend?

How does Hewlett Packard Enterprise view hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) now that it has bought and is digesting SimpliVity? In particular, how do its hyperconverged products, with aggregated components, fit in with its Synergy composable infrastructure ideas? Synergy uses disaggregated components which are composed into …

  1. SniperPenguin

    Someone needs to re-write the title

    So an article with "Simplivity" in the title links to a Stock-Marketing-Answer printout with close to sod all in there actually *about* Simplivity....

    1. Anonymous Coward
      Anonymous Coward

      Re: Someone needs to re-write the title

      Yeah, that might be because HPe don't want to deal with HCI. What sort of answer is the need for HCIA would go away?

      ermmmm, same old same old, please buy the same old HPe same old willya....!!


  2. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    HP - trustworthy as ever...

    1. Smoking Man

      Re: HP - trustworthy as ever...

      You might notice that HP Inc (PCs, printers and such) and HP Enterprise are two fully separated entities these days.

      The article talks about solutions provided (not necessarily invented) by HPE.

  3. TheDataRecoverer

    Wonder how many good Simplivity people remain at HP now they have been consumed. Pretty sure I know a few who have moved on. Not sure what happened to the typical 2-year "golden handcuffs" to keep their experience in the team......

    1. SniperPenguin

      Not many.

      guy heading up the HCI team who spoke to us at HPE Bristol was Ex-Lefthand!

  4. Jonathan Schwatrz

    "....We talked to Paul Miller, VP of marketing...."

    Stopped reading at that point - it's never worth asking a marketing droid about any tech, not unless you're looking for something to perk up your rosebushes. Always, always, always corner one of their techies, far from the protections of his/her sales team or marketing interference, and talk tech to them - you'll learn more in five minutes than you will from five weeks of marketing male bovine manure.

  5. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    Will it blend?

    Is it just me, or did the "Will it Blend?" theme start playing when I opened up this article?

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