HPE in Government Cloud Software

  • California, USA
  • 2015
  • $10BN to $50BN
Company Overview
The product also offers disaster recovery capability to meet the federal, state, and local requirements, for planning disaster recoveries. The cloud security solutions offer application security, shared access management, monitoring, detection and responses to data breaches, and continuous regulatory compliance.

HPE’s government cloud offerings include shared services, cloud security, hybrid cloud, and HPE Helion. HPE Helion is an IaaS cloud service that implements the FedRAMP by establishing controls for security, privacy, and IT governance, to fulfill the requirements of the US government agencies. This secured infrastructure and platform enables government agencies; contractors; and non-government organizations, governed by federal regulations, to function in the cloud environment flexibly while adhering to the security, privacy, and IT governance controls, required by the federal government.

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HPE Presence in Government Cloud Software
HPE is one of the leading vendors of on-premises storage solutions and provides public cloud-based services for organizations of all sizes. The strategy of the company is to deliver superior products; technologies; support services; and differentiated solutions, with software and service capabilities. The recent expansion of converged cloud offerings and OpenStack-based architecture for HPE’s private, managed, and public cloud offerings implies HPE’s strong foothold in the government cloud market. HPE is working toward enhancing its market share and business presence through the inclusion of highly innovative methodologies, which suit the rising global content security requirements. Organizations that have implemented cloud strategies can leverage HPE's hybrid cloud solutions, which combine traditional IT with secured private cloud and scalable public cloud elements.
#1 Product Features and Functionality / Security and vulnerability management features offered
#2 Product Features and Functionality / Storage functionality offered
#3 Product Features and Functionality / Identity and access management features offered
#4 Product Features and Functionality / Risk and compliance functionality offered
#5 Product Features and Functionality / Disastery recovery features offered


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