ONGC selects HPE GreenLake edge-to-cloud platform to run SAP S/4HANA

Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) announced that Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) has selected the HPE GreenLake edge-to-cloud platform to run its SAP S/4HANA mission-critical environment to improve performance.
HPE for CIOsONGC, which boasts one of the largest SAP implementations in the world, will host SAP S/4HANA workloads on the HPE GreenLake platform in ONGC data centers, due to strategic compliance, performance, and security priorities.

“HPE GreenLake enables us to manage edge-to-cloud data from one platform and retain our mission-critical infrastructure within our own data centers, maintaining the best levels of security, which is crucial to our business,” HP Singh, Chief Information Officer at ONGC, said.

ONGC decided to run HPE Superdome Flex on the HPE GreenLake platform because it can process more data in real-time, speed up analytics and maintain fault-tolerant operations with in-memory computing, resulting in superior performance for SAP S/4 HANA workloads, HPE said.

The expanded HPE GreenLake agreement supports a new deployment of Aruba networking solutions to deliver faster, more reliable connectivity and reduce network latency. As a result, ONGC’s full edge-to-cloud infrastructure for the SAP environment is now running on the HPE GreenLake platform.

HPE GreenLake’s pay-per-use model is ensuring data security and compliance. The model ensures a 30 percent buffer capacity available on-premises to scale up and down as the business demands, meaning more flexibility for ONGC as it makes a full IT refresh.

HPE GreenLake Central gives ONGC a dashboard to monitor and plan daily IT use and spend, to avoid any hidden costs.

“Because our HPE GreenLake cloud services run on HPE technology solutions which have been perfectly tuned to run these different workloads, we can also deliver market-leading performance,” Som Satsangi, managing director, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, India, said.

HPE Pointnext Services worked with ONGC to build and implement a clear roadmap for the current and future refresh, without compromising on the fault-tolerant nature and security aspects of its technology environment.

The HPE GreenLake business is rapidly growing with over $5.2 billion in contract value and 900 partners selling HPE GreenLake.

Today, HPE GreenLake has about 1,200 enterprise customers across 50 countries in all industry sectors and sizes including Fortune 500 companies, government and public sector organizations, and small and midmarket enterprises.