Hewlett Packard Enterprise has announced three new cloud-related offerings to more effectively protect data and make it more available to analytics. The first is called HPE GreenLake for Data Protection that relies on the company’s on-premises Greenlake data-center hardware sold on a pay-per-use model rather than purchasing everything upfront. The service includes HPE Backup and Recovery Service for VMware and GreenLake for Disaster Recovery. The backup and recovery service allows enterprises to back up on-premises virtual machines to the public cloud. This is purely a service with no hardware purchase requirements. Customers can recover instantly on-prem, and it is particularly aimed at protecting against ransomware attacks. Greenlake for Disaster Recovery is based on the data-management platform HPE acquired earlier this month when it bought Zerto for $374 million. HPE plans to deliver Zerto’s disaster-recovery platform as a service via GreenLake, with the promise of helping customers recover from ransomware attacks in minutes.
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