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Flexible Capacity from HPE Pointnext offers on-demand capacity, combining the agility and economics of public cloud with the security and performance of on-premises IT. With advanced metering, customers pay monthly for actual capacity used, above a minimum commitment – by core, by terabyte, by virtual machine – with no up-front capital outlay. HPE provides a buffer of capacity on-premises and ready for use, which you pay for only when you start to use. Active capacity management ensures that the buffer is replenished before it runs out, so that you have the servers, storage, networking, and operating software that you need, and ensuring that you are ready to take on your next project or next customer. Flexible Capacity cuts overprovisioning – commonly as much as 50-60% of servers and storage – saving on IT cost, enabling faster time to value and eliminating the typical long purchasing cycle. And it includes support for your IT environment to simplify how you operate IT.
Cisco Open Pay is ranked 3rd in IT Infrastructure Consumption Services while HPE GreenLake is ranked 1st in IT Infrastructure Consumption Services. Cisco Open Pay is rated 0.0, while HPE GreenLake is rated 0.0. On the other hand, Cisco Open Pay is most compared with Dell Flex On Demand, whereas HPE GreenLake is most compared with Dell Flex On Demand and APEX.
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