HPE Helion
IndustryComputer software
IT services
IT consulting
FoundedMay 2014 (2014-05)
Palo Alto, California
United States
Key people
Kerry Bailey, Bobby Patrick, Mark Interrante, Bill Hilf
ParentHewlett Packard Enterprise

HPE Helion was Hewlett-Packard's portfolio of open-source software and integrated systems for enterprise cloud computing. It was announced by HPE Cloud in May 2014.[1] HPE Helion grew from under US$300 million to over US$3 billion by 2016.[citation needed] HP closed the public cloud business on 31 January 2016.[2] HP has hybrid cloud and other offerings but the Helion public cloud offering was shut down.[3]

HPE Helion was based on open-source technology, including OpenStack and Cloud Foundry.



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