CTP

Inside-Out at HPE — Working With Customers To Meet Developer Needs


Three-and-a-half years ago, CTP started working with HPE as change agents to help in how they used and consumed information technology. In one of the use cases, they were asked to work with an HPE team of about 450 developers who were using a particular waterfall method, said Robert Christiansen, vice president of Global Cloud […]

HPE & CTP: HPE Discover Madrid 2017


At HPE Discover Madrid 2017, the Cube caught up with Flynn Maloy and John Treadway to get the lastest perspective on the acquisition of CTP by HPE and the advantages the acquisition brings to the market. Maloy and Treadway also discuss HPE’s “Right Mix” messaging, the formation and evolution of Pointnext, and the future of […]

Hewlett Packard Enterprise to Acquire Cloud Technology Partners


Over the course of the past six months, CTP’s leadership team explored various funding routes, each with its own benefits. Our initial intent was to raise a “D” round of funding. During these discussions, it became clear that one party stood out from the rest. Today I am thrilled to announce that Hewlett Packard Enterprise […]

A Letter to CTP Employees from Meg Whitman


To all CTP employees, I wanted to personally let you know how thrilled I am about the agreement we announced today. At HPE, our strategy is based on three core pillars. First, we make hybrid IT simple through secure, software-defined infrastructure offerings. Second, we power the intelligent edge that runs campus, branch and IoT applications. […]

HPE Acquires Cloud Technology Partners to Strengthen Expertise in Cloud Consulting Services


HPE’s Goal is to Make Hybrid IT Simple for Customers Businesses today live in a Hybrid IT world. Achieving business outcomes requires putting each workload in the appropriate environment, whether it’s in an on-premises data center, in a private cloud, on public clouds or offered as a SaaS application. And, this environment is different for […]

Don’t Let “Best Practice” Become Malpractice


The last time you went to the doctor with a health concern, did the physician immediately provide a diagnosis and prescribe care without knowing your medical history, listening carefully to your symptoms and performing some level of testing? Almost certainly not. If so, there would be grounds for suspecting this doctor wasn’t competent to provide […]