7 things you must know about HPE OneView infographic

| August 2, 2019

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A breakthrough infrastructure management tool that simplifies hybrid cloud and helps customers on the path to a composable infrastructure, HPE OneView is the foundation for a software-defined data center—transforming servers, storage, and networking into software-defined infrastructure. HPE OneView is designed to Use software-defined intelligence with a template-driven approach to rapidly provision, update, and deploy servers, storage, and networking, reducing the risk of human errors.

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In response to the increasing sophistication of modern malware, frequency of targeted attacks and cost of resulting security breaches, today’s enterprises are making major investments in a wide variety of threat detection technologies and security intelligence feeds. Too many of these solutions, however, leave the all-important next step of actually containing the detected threats from having an impact as an exercise for the organization’s IT security team. The result is a costly situation where, despite knowing about threats in a timely manner, enterprises are still suffering from materially significant security incidents as compromised systems continue to wreak havoc until a separate, manually initiated response process is executed.

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