Dell Technologies yesterday unveiled Dell Technologies Cloud, a new set of cloud infrastructure solutions that unify all aspects of managing multiple cloud deployments across providers.
It combines VMware cloud architecture and Dell EMC storage infrastructure to remove cloud complexity, the company says, to make hybrid cloud environments simpler to deploy and manage. It achieves this “by offering consistent infrastructure and operations for IT resources, across public and private clouds and the edge, regardless of location”.
According to IDC, more than 70% of companies are using multiple cloud environments, and the largest data centre challenge most companies face is developing a successful multi-cloud strategy. Operating in multiple clouds has caused organisations to use many disparate processes, which stifles innovation and adds complexity.
The hybrid cloud approach offers a familiar management interface that extends across clouds for a simplified overall experience. VMware research finds that 83 percent of cloud adopters are seeking consistent infrastructure and operations from the data centre to the cloud, the Dell Technologies Cloud is designed specifically to address this challenge.
“For many organisations, the increasingly diverse cloud landscape is resulting in an enormous amount of IT complexity,” said Jeff Clarke, vice chairman of products and operations at Dell Technologies. “Cloud is not a destination; it’s an operating model. With Dell Technologies Cloud and joint engineering between Dell EMC and VMware, we are offering a unified hybrid cloud experience. This provides consistent infrastructure and operations at every location the cloud resides — from on-premises data centres to public clouds and the emerging edge—allowing our customers to have greater control of their multi-cloud journey.”
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