Hybrid Cloud environments are providing organizations today with a simpler way to manage applications and storage in Cloud deployments. By giving administrators a common set of tools for orchestrating workloads across public, private and edge Cloud resources, hybrid Clouds deliver greater flexibility, resiliency and cost-savings than other forms of multi-cloud infrastructure.
To effectively deploy hybrid Cloud environments, IT teams need superior hybrid Cloud storage technology. Managing hybrid storage in Cloud computing requires solutions that that provide high-speed performance, ease-of-use, flexible consumption options and simple integration with a wide range of private and public Cloud infrastructure. That’s why, when choosing solutions for managing storage in Cloud environments, leading enterprises look to Dell Technologies.
Dell Technologies Cloud simplifies deployment of hybrid Cloud infrastructure. Built on VMware Cloud Foundation, this Dell Technologies solution offers the simplest and fastest path to hybrid Cloud infrastructure and to hybrid storage in Cloud environments.Dell Technologies Cloud includes a turnkey platform, a Data Center-as-a-Service solution and support for more than 4,200 partner Clouds that enables enterprises to extend hybrid Cloud environments to the world’s broadest Cloud provider ecosystem.
To simplify storage in Cloud architecture, Dell Technologies Cloud also provides best-of-breed Dell Technologies storage, compute and networking technologies that are integrated with VMware Cloud Foundation and delivered as pre-tested infrastructure. With these technologies designed for storage in Cloud environments, enterprises can easily scale storage resources to meet the varied demands of Cloud workloads.
Dell Technologies storage solutions that are validated for VMware Cloud Foundation include:
In addition to storage with validated designs, Dell Technologies offers Cloud-enabled technologies that provide a wide range of benefits and functionality for storage in Cloud environments.
For IT teams that want to offload the task of managing storage in Cloud environments, Dell Technologies offers Cloud Storage Services, a Storage as a Service solution that connects enterprises to multiple Cloud for disaster recovery, analytics and more. Cloud Storage Services deliver scalable, resilient Cloud-attached storage with flexible multi-cloud access. With Dell Technologies, IT teams can simplify storage in Cloud deployments while reaping the benefits of enterprise-grade data security, performance, replication, availability and capacity in the Cloud.
Dell Technologies Cloud Storage Services enable enterprises to:
Cloud data storage is a storage solution where data is transmitted via the Internet to a remote data center where it is stored on commodity servers managed by a third-party Cloud provider.
What is hybrid Cloud storage?
Hybrid Cloud storage refers to the practice of storing data in multiple locations – including on premises and in the Cloud – while viewing and managing storage resources as a single system. By combining storage in Cloud architecture with storage on premises, IT teams can choose to store data where it is most advantageous for cost, performance, security and latency concerns.
What is Cloud object storage?
Cloud object storage is a method of storing unstructured data in the Cloud. As opposed to file storage which uses a hierarchical directory structure, object storage stores data as an object that contains data, metadata and a unique global identifier. Object storage is ideal for Cloud applications because it can scale massively, be accessed via common APIs, and can use a namespace which spans multiple instances of physical hardware.
Dell Technologies Cloud Validated Designs bring Cloud capabilities to demanding workloads, driving improved performance, faster time to value, and Cloud investment protection.
Dell Technologies Cloud can help modernize your data center, unify hybrid Cloud operations, build modern Cloud apps, and scale or migrate Cloud workloads.
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