Simplify Protection for VMware Cloud on AWS with Dell EMC

As more organizations move to the cloud, more and more mission critical workloads are becoming virtualized and public and private clouds are increasingly becoming a central part of the IT environment.  Of course, these organizations want the same data protection in the cloud as they have for their on-premises environments. Just because applications are being moved to the cloud doesn’t mean that data protection is any less important.

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Dell EMC and VMware work better together to ensure that protecting virtualized workloads in the cloud is just as easy as protecting on premises ones. With Dell EMC’s enterprise-grade data protection, you can leverage the same data protection solution of VMware Cloud workloads as that used for your on-premises workloads. Using one solution to protect hybrid cloud workloads simplifies administration and lowers the total cost of ownership.

Dell EMC Data Protection for VMware Cloud on AWS provides many key benefits including:

  1. Seamless integration
  2. Lowest cost to protect
  3. High efficiency and scalability
  4. Best in class deduplication
  5. Our new data protection bundle for VMware Cloud on AWS

Dell EMC and VMware are making it even easier and simpler for VMware Cloud™ on AWS customers to protect these environments with a single product bundle that includes everything they need for backing up and recovering VMware Cloud on AWS workloads – Dell EMC Data Protection Software and Data Domain Virtual Edition.

The Dell EMC Data Protection for VMware Cloud™ on AWS bundle provides many advantages:

  • Purchased as a single product that includes all necessary Dell EMC software for backing up and recovering VMware Cloud on AWS workloads
  • Pricing is similar to VMware Cloud™ on AWS and priced on a per host subscription model for a 1 or 3 year subscription
  • Industry leading Data Domain deduplication to reduce backup storage capacity needs
  • vSphere integration and attractive pricing that makes it painless to protect VMware Cloud™ workloads on AWS

Moving to the Cloud: Building a Modern Infrastructure with VMware & Dell EMC

A recent webinar co-hosted by Dell EMC and VMware walks customers through challenges to protecting VMware workloads, how to easily expand VMware environments to the cloud and the top reasons to choose Dell EMC data protection for VMC on AWS.

View this on-demand webinar today:

To learn more about Dell EMC Data Protection for VMware, please visit: www.dellemc.com/vmwareprotection


Dell EMC Data protection for VMware Cloud™ on AWS Solution Brief: http://www.dellemc.com/en-us/collateral/handout/h16519-data-protection-vmware-cloud-aws.htm

Data Protection Bundle for VMware Cloud™ on AWS: https://www.emc.com/collateral/handouts/h16900-dp-bundle-for-vmc-on-aws.pdf

About the Author: Zach Wunderle

Zach Wunderle, Global Technology Office Public Cloud Lead for Dell EMC’s Data Protection Solutions Division based in Hopkinton, MA. Zach has been maniacally focused on the data protection market, and over the past 8 years has held numerous sales leadership positions for Dell EMC’s data protection division. Zach joined Dell EMC in 2009 initially as an inside sales representative for Data Domain. In early 2017, Zach was promoted to help lead the Global Technology Office’s public cloud strategy for Data Protection Solutions. In his current role, Zach focuses on the Amazon Web Services, VMware Cloud on AWS, and Microsoft Azure relationships across the Americas, EMEA and APJ. Zach’s charter is to ensure consistent global execution of cloud sales campaigns driven directly by Dell EMC but also by distributors, resellers and strategic partners. Zach’s concentration has been helping drive successful outcome for customers and partners with their cloud journey. In addition Zach provides feedback directly to engineering so Dell EMC can continue to innovate and provide the best customer experience. Outside of Dell EMC, Zach enjoys spending time with his wife and two young daughters. Zach enjoys staying active in the community and giving back to local community organizations. Zach holds a Bachelor’s degree from The Ohio State University.
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