HPE acquires OpsRamp – to improve MSP operations with AI features

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Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) is acquiring OpsRamp to provide an AI boost to its GreenLake on-premises pay-per-use cloud service. OpsRamp is widely recognized as a leading AI tool used by MSPs to automate IT services management. Its objective is to modernize and minimize the expenses involved in digital operations management by monitoring, observing, automating, and administering IT infrastructure, cloud resources, workloads, and applications in hybrid and multi-cloud environments. With this acquisition, HPE has identified a vendor that seamlessly caters to the requirements of both enterprises and MSP clients, making HPE an attractive option as an MSP provider. 

This acquisition will equip HPE GreenLake with an IT operations platform that leverages AI and machine learning to detect and resolve issues related to IT services management, with a focus on intelligent management and hybrid cloud monitoring.  

HPE’s acquisition of OpsRamp is a step forward in its leadership in the hybrid cloud space and broadens the scope of the HPE GreenLake platform into IT Operations Management. The combination of OpsRamp’s hybrid digital operations management solution with the HPE GreenLake platform creates an unparalleled option for companies looking to excel and succeed in a complicated, multi-cloud environment.  

HPE Partners will play a key role in expanding HPE’s as-a-service solutions, as customers search for a unified approach to effectively manage their operations across the edge and the cloud. 

Customers today must manage multiple cloud environments with distinct IT operational models and tools, leading to a significant increase in the cost and complexity of digital operations management. To address this, the HPE GreenLake platform will incorporate OpsRamp’s technology, making it available both as a standalone as-a-service and embedded in HPE’s compute, storage, and networking solutions.  

The platform provides clients and collaborators with a unified hybrid cloud experience and easy access to cloud services. This integration will enable new and existing HPE customers grappling with increasingly complex multi-vendor IT systems and workloads to manage their IT investments more efficiently and quickly address incidents. 

The acquisition will be advantageous for both organizations and their users. Companies will benefit from a unified platform that automates, orchestrates, and manages their hybrid cloud infrastructure, resulting in significantly reduced operating costs and an enhanced IT experience for users. 

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