HPE Helion(now defunct) was a portfolio of open-source software and integrated systems for enterprise cloud computing. It was announced by HPE Cloud in May 2014. HPE Helion grew from under US$300 million to over US$3 billion by 2016.HP closed the Helion business on 31 January 2016. HP has hybrid cloud and other offerings but Helion which was a Public Cloud offering is no more available.
HPE Helion OpenStack, product based on OpenStack cloud computing project launched in October 2014. The HPE-sponsored cloud services catalogue Cloud28+ exclusively featured software built with HPE Helion OpenStack when it launched in 2014.
HPE Helion Stackato is a Platform as a Service (PaaS) based on Cloud Foundry, which HPE acquired in July 2015. Helion Stackato is available for OpenStack, AWS, VMWare and Azure.
HPE Helion CloudSystem, an integrated Infrastructure-as-a-Service and Platform-as-a-Service offering combining HPE Helion OpenStack and HPE Helion Stackato with HPE Proliant server hardware based on a particular use-case, such as distributed compute or distributed object storage. CloudSystem 10 launched in September 2016.
HPE Helion Eucalyptus is an Amazon Web Services-compatible platform for building cloud environments, based in the open-source Eucalyptus software, which HPE launched in March 2015. It allows AWS applications to be moved on-premises with no modification to the workload, design patterns, or mindset.