Dell Technologies Cloud for Data Protection keep your data safe across private, edge and public clouds. Reduce business risk, meet regulatory compliance easily and optimize both costs and cloud disaster recovery capabilities while maintaining data control across your entire cloud infrastructure.
Dell Technologies Cloud PowerProtect for Multi-Cloud supports a data centric approach to data protection for our customers, allowing them to separate their data and cloud management strategies across Public Cloud Providers. Now, our customers can use the compute and application capabilities of any cloud provider with their data residing on a PowerProtect DD Appliance powered by Faction.
Protect your cloud data with a single solution that supports workloads on any platform and can cut cloud protection costs by 66%. Your data is safe, and you can extend backup and disaster recovery capabilities across your entire IT infrastructure.
Dell Technologies Cloud for data protection is integrated with VMware and deliver consistent security across VMs, cloud native containers and hardware stacks. As you deploy modern applications, this integration ensures flexible and dependable data protection, which includes cloud backup and recovery, monitoring, analysis and search capabilities.
With the vSphere 7 and Tanzu releases, Dell Technologies Data Protection is your solution for protecting modern applications.
Make the most of your cloud investment with data protection, data management and data mobility from Dell Technologies Data Protection solutions. Whether you are working on AWS, Google or Microsoft Azure – or a combination of providers – Dell Technologies helps deploy and scale cloud data protection wherever your data lives.
Dell Technologies makes it easy to protect VMware workloads on AWS with an all-in-one bundle.
Dell Technologies ensures all their customers’ workloads are being protected.
Why in-cloud data protection architecture matters.
1 Based on Internal Dell Technologies research, October 2020
2 Based on Dell Technologies analysis, October 2020