Pure Storage announced the expanded Pure as-a-Service offerings, publishing transparent pricing for on-premises and hybrid cloud storage delivered as-a-Service.
In addition, Pure Storage is making as-a-Service more accessible by offering lower cost service tiers and converged storage/compute solutions.
IDC predicts 75 percent of enterprises will recognize the benefits of as-a-service consumption, driving a 3x increase in demand for on-premises infrastructure delivered via flexible/as-a-service solutions by 2021, said Susan Middleton, research director of Flexible Consumption and Financing Strategies for IT Infrastructure at IDC.
Pure as-a-Service enables customers to pay for what they use, ensuring organizations don’t over-provision. Pure as-a-Service provides the economic benefits of cloud, along with the additional benefits of Evergreen architecture including non-disruptive expansions and maintenance. Pure as-a-Service is delivered 100 percent via partners.
“With the new service catalog and expanded offerings, we are once again leading the market in delivering the flexibility and transparency that customers are looking for in subscription services to accelerate their initiatives,” Rob Walters, general manager, Pure as-a-Service, Pure Storage, said.
“Pure as-a-Service enables us to simplify the complex operations behind delivering the seamless reliability, performance and scalability our customers depend upon us for,” said Blake Wetzel, chief operations officer and chief revenue officer of TeraGo.