HP Simplifies Cloud Deployment

HP has introduced a solution that enables clients to architect their environments for change by accelerating the deployment and management automation of private and public cloud, according to a release.

The HP CSA solution consists of software products and services, as well as third-party integrations, that help clients build a private or public cloud solution, from infrastructure through applications.

HP CSA is part of a larger HP Software & Solutions cloud initiative focused on the adoption of cloud services. This initiative draws on the HP IT management software portfolio, combined with consulting services.

"Businesses are looking at cloud services as a way to architect solutions that can rapidly address change," said Kamal Dutta, Director, Software and Solutions, HP India. "With HP CSA, we give clients a proven methodology, products and services to realize the full potential of an application-optimized cloud." The HP CSA solution is available immediately with additional features coming in July 2010.

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