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Stelmet Selects HPE Cloud-Native Storage

Stelmet, producer of wooden garden architecture in Europe headquartered in Poland, has selected HPE Alletra cloud-native data infrastructure to host all its production and administrative data in a simplified, easy-to-manage and future-proof environment.

Stelmet manufactures and distributes various wooden products designed for fencing, furnishing, and decorating gardens and all kinds of recreational spaces. The company also produces pellet fuel, using the sawdust and woodchips which are generated in the process of wood treatment. Stelmet has been in business for 25 years and sells 2,600 designs of products in over 25 countries. With the capacity to deliver large-scale orders, with broad geographical range, and short completion deadlines, Stelmet has become the leading distributor for the largest retailers of wooden garden architecture in Europe.

To maintain its leadership position, drive further growth, and seamlessly introduce new products to its portfolio, Stelmet required a new data infrastructure system that harnesses maximum data efficiency and empowers growth without data roadblocks. It chose HPE Alletra, a cloud-native storage solution, as it removes the complexity of infrastructure management and enables staff to focus on accessing and utilizing data in the most efficient way.

Built for every app, from traditional to modern, the HPE Alletra platform delivers architectural flexibility and cloud operating experience wherever data lives; on-premises, at the edge, or in the cloud. With unified and intelligent management across all workloads, Stelmet can instantly respond to any workload demand and break down complex data silos. As a result, the company can significantly speed up IT-driven services and free up resources that were previously required to maintain, upgrade, and tune storage in isolated locations.

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