McLeod Glass

McLeod Glass is Vice President and General Manager of HPE SimpliVity & Composable at Hewlett Packard Enterprise. In this role, he is responsible for all aspects of the product lifecycle across HPE Software-Defined Infrastructure. This includes HPE Composable Infrastructure, Hyperconverged and Cloud Software product lines. McLeod has held positions in engineering and product marketing across multiple HPE business units managing server, storage and software product lines.

How one company put hyperconvergence to the test in their SAP HANA environment
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How one company put hyperconvergence to the test in their SAP HANA environment


Smart IT: Manage your IT infrastructure with ease and confidence

Smart IT: Manage your IT infrastructure with ease and confidence

While remote monitoring and control is nice to have in the home, it is essential for today’s digitally transformed data center.

HPE SimpliVity named a 2019 Gartner Peer Insights Customers’ Choice for Hyperconverged Infrastructure

HPE SimpliVity named a 2019 Gartner Peer Insights Customers’ Choice for Hyperconverged Infrastructure

Customer choice awards are popular across many industries. These awards recognize businesses rated highly by their customers – real people who provide valuable insights and reviews about products and services they use.

Reducing infrastructure complexity: There has to be a better way

Reducing infrastructure complexity: There has to be a better way

How a common infrastructure management solution can consolidate your datacenter silos

A Software-Defined Future Separates the Brains from the Brawn

A Software-Defined Future Separates the Brains from the Brawn

It’s challenging to plan for the unknown when rigid hardware architectures limit the ability to react and adjust to changing business conditions.

Setting a new standard for hyperconvergence

Setting a new standard for hyperconvergence

The next generation of HCI is here. It’s simpler, faster, and more efficient than ever before—and it’s just the beginning.

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