HP’s OneView is optimized for HP’s BladeSystem and ProLiant G7/Gen8 infrastructure. It offers a common platform with a software-defined approach. The product is designed to resemble the interfaces used by popular social networking sites to make it more familiar to users. OneView’s architecture builds on the open REST API, which is the way modern web-based architectures and applications are designed.
OneView’s interface gives users a bird’s eye perspective of all of a company’s infrastructure resources with a comprehensive dashboard. Smart Search lets IT administrators find what they are looking for in the environment. Map View shows the relationship between every device, which allows users to quickly troubleshoot, resolve issues and boost productivity.
A push button instantly delivers resources without mistakes or variations in configuration profiles. In addition, workflow templates capture best practices and policies. And built-in intelligence automates common BladeSystem management tasks.
The interface is fully programmable, so users can customize workflows and scripts. IT administrators can use the REST API to automate, integrate and customize OneView capabilities. HP also hopes that users will experience greater consistency because the full management access utilizes a consistent API and a common data model. A state-change message bus replaces the random approaches of traditional systems.
HP OneView will be available in the early part of the fourth quarter of 2013.
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