Frances Guida

Frances Guida leads product management for HPE OneView Automation and Ecosystem. Her team drives the direction for solutions that use the unified Composable API, a single, open API native in HPE OneView, to automate the provisioning, configuration, and monitoring of HPE infrastructure. By integrating with this unified API, ISVs can provide solutions that let customers reduce the time spent on managing their environments and accelerate time to value. With more than 25 years of experience in the IT industry, Guida has held a variety of roles at HP and Hewlett Packard Enterprise, which include product management for HP servers across Europe, the Middle East, and Africa, managing HP alliances with leading independent software vendors, and driving innovative programs for solutions. To read more articles from Frances, visit the HPE Shifting to Software-Defined blogsite.

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The benefits of infrastructure automation for rack servers

Can you turn your rack servers into software-defined infrastructure? The answer is yes.

Automation is key in today’s IT climate

Automation is key in today’s IT climate

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Partner Software Integrations Are Bridges That Help Businesses Move Faster

Partner Software Integrations Are Bridges That Help Businesses Move Faster

The key to easily bridging your infrastructure to the software applications you need to run is to define and manage it with software.

Automate firmware updates, saving time, money, and your sanity!

Automate firmware updates, saving time, money, and your sanity!

According to research conducted by software automation company Puppet, most IT administrators spend over 50% of their time on repetitive, manual maintenance tasks. This can affect productivity, increase human error, and decrease the...

What is a software-defined data center, and why is it important?

What is a software-defined data center, and why is it important?

Bring the magic and simplicity of software and integrate it directly into the hardware at the most basic level, so that from start to finish, the process is defined and controlled through software automation.

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