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HP and F5 conjoin efforts of cloud telecoms automation processes


HP and F5 conjoin efforts of cloud telecoms automation processes
Enterprise HP has release new technology that enables customers to operate within a policy-based framework throughout applications, platforms and users, removing away all needs for manual configuration and delivering application deployment in matters of minutes.
HP closely cooperates with F5, a vendor of dedicated Application Delivery Networking, or ADN, in order to roll out solutions that serve as an orchestration tool for applications and networks. The new utility provide unified management across the HP Intelligent Management Center and provides for clients the inherent ability to align the speed and versatility needs of the cloud environment. The new tools are built on the integration of HP Virtual Application Networks approach, which dynamically virtualizes networks and ensure complete automation, and F5 ADN application, designed for average automation either. "Traditional legacy networks are sturdy, solid and require huge amount of manual procedures to securely provide new cloud applications and services to consumers," said Joe Skorupa, vice president at Gartner. "By promoting an automated, policy-based management operational algorithm to ensure the network is configured in a most optimal way within all stage of deployment, enterprises can facilitate application deployment massively while cutting the likeliness of errors delivered by manual aligning." Implementing applications in a regular data center sometimes require months of manual, intra-device configuration throughout different verticals and horizontals of network infrastructure. Also applications require years of smoothing up the details, for instance user connectivity profiles from both company and worker handed equipment." IT has to move at the rate of the organization but legacy application, network and user configuration procedures are real impediments to getting this basic versatility," stated Bethany Mayer, senior vice president at HP. "Through company’s Virtual Application Networks and our cooperation with F5, customers become able to virtualize and automate the whole configuration methodology from application to network, enabling them to implement applications to consumers in matters of minutes, not years. Companies tightly collaborate since 2006, in order to resolve marketing and technology issues for corporate customers. F5 is a participant of the HP AllianceONE program, with inherent status in Security, Networking, and Enterprise Management sectors. This cooperation framework provides a best-of-kind technology selection for customers seeking to expand business efficiency, by aligning business challenges with IT common platforms. So, by means of F5 BIG-IP solutions, conjoined with cloud and hardware solutions from HP data centers and networking, customers can boost up IT agility—thus reaching high levels of performance, security, and accessibility at the lowest expenses. Conjoined efforts of HP and F5 have forwarded solutions and associated services to strategic outsourcing clientele, commercial entities, and others around the globe, helping them all align their applications and IT infrastructures to work flawlessly. Having these collaborated solutions, customers can smoothly address latency procedures without funding of extra bandwidth, can normalize network performance to address all hot initiatives, and can consolidate infrastructure to challenge ongoing company’s expansion challenges.


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