Hewlett Packard’s AIOps Capabilities


Hewlett Packard Enterprise has announced the expansion of its AIOps network management capabilities by integrating multiple generative AI (GenAI) Large Language Models (LLMs) within HPE Aruba Networking Central, HPE’s cloud-native network management solution, hosted on the HPE GreenLake Cloud Platform.

In related news, HPE also announced Verizon Business is expanding its managed services portfolio to include HPE Aruba Networking Central.

“Modern networking customers demand security-first, AI-powered insights into their critical infrastructure, and that’s what we’re delivering,” said David Hughes, chief product officer, HPE Aruba Networking. “HPE continues its strong history of AI innovation with this bold move and HPE Aruba Networking Central’s new approach of deploying multiple LLM models to embrace the capabilities of GenAI.”

As part of its expanded capabilities, HPE Aruba Networking Central’s training sets for the GenAI models are up to ten times larger than other cloud-based platforms and include tens of thousands of HPE Aruba Networking-sourced documents in the public domain, as well as more than three million questions that have been captured from the customer base over many years of operations.

“Today, customers are searching for practical AI applications that can make meaningful improvements to their business,” said Will Townsend, VP & Principal Analyst at Moor Insights and Strategy. “When it comes to effective network management, data and models matter. AI is not new to networking and security operations, but generative AI is given its natural language interface. The challenge lies in tightly aligning queries with AI algorithms to deliver relevant and meaningful business outcomes. A set of purpose-built LLMs delivered in a self-contained sandbox delivers the best of both privacy and performance. With this HPE Aruba Networking Central announcement, HPE is launching compelling generative AI functionality that doesn’t sacrifice performance for the sake of hardened security.”


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