HPE Launches Verity SaaS Suite With Information Archiving

Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) has launched the Verity suite, a set of applications and services around its Verity e-discovery and archiving software. HPE Verity can be deployed across global cloud infrastructures including Amazon Web Services and HPE Helion/OpenStack. An on-premise option will be available later.

The Verity suite is an integrated set of tools designed to manage data for analytics, legal and regulatory purposes, using the company’s one data source approach with an unified index. The first module of the suite, Information Archiving, is available now. Other modules are available in preview releases and will be commercially available later this year.

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