Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) will resell Cloudian HyperStore software in the EMEA region through its Pointnext services business. HPE customers now have new options for highly scalable storage solutions that leverage their HPE servers, storage, and networking investments.

Cloudian object storage software would offer a 100% native S3 API providing “industry-leading” interoperability, making it an “ideal” complement for enterprise software that employs the S3 interface. Use case examples for the HPE/Cloudian solution include data protection, active archive for media and entertainment, healthcare imaging, digital surveillance, storage-as-a-service, and artificial intelligence/machine learning applications.

This reseller agreement gives HPE customers access to a Cloudian’s enterprise-grade storage software through a single purchase order. Cloudian software runs on industry-standard hardware including HPE Apollo and Proliant servers, creating highly scalable storage solutions for enterprise data consolidation on HPE systems.

“Our customers in EMEA are eager to find effective and economical solutions to consolidate, protect and manage their business data,” said Lorenzo De Amici, Worldwide Service Portfolio Manager at HPE. “Our relationship with Cloudian gives HPE customers new options for scalable enterprise storage solutions that capitalize on their existing investments in networking and server technologies.”

Cloud Technology, Object Storage

Cloudian Enterprise Object Storage brings cloud technology and economics to the data center with intuitive management tools and compatible S3 API. Cloudian and its ecosystem partners would help Global 1000 customers simplify unstructured data management today while preparing for the data demands of AI and machine learning tomorrow.

“We are thrilled to expand our relationship at HPE in response to the strong demand for Cloudian/HPE solutions,” said Fred Smith, vice president of OEM sales and corporate development, Cloudian. “With the ability to deploy Cloudian software on the HPE servers they rely on today, HPE customers have new options to meet today’s unprecedented data storage challenges.”