Dell Technologies Cloud Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) solutions have enabled enterprises to innovate rapidly by scaling easily, reducing costs and increasing performance of business-critical infrastructure. But despite the benefits, provisioning Infrastructure as a Service can’t address the requirements of every workload. To ensure security, data sovereignty and low latency, many enterprises are still investing in on-premises infrastructure and private Clouds. The result is a multi-cloud environment that makes Cloud computing significantly more costly and harder to manage.
Dell Technologies provides a solution – a Data Center as a Service offering that brings the power and benefits of on-premises Infrastructure as a Service capabilities to core data center and edge locations.
Dell Technologies Data Center as a Service (DCaaS) provides the speed and flexibility of public Cloud with the security and control of a private Cloud.
Dell Technologies Cloud Infrastructure as a Service solutions provide enormous benefits for enterprises. Rather than making capital investments in hardware, storage, servers and the staff to maintain them, enterprises can quickly and easily provision IaaS resources whenever needed, paying only for the infrastructure services they consume. Infrastructure as a Service solutions enable organizations to:
Despite these benefits, many organizations are uncomfortable moving certain workloads to the Cloud. On-premises infrastructure provides more security and control, especially over data sovereignty, and may provide higher performance for workloads where low latency is critical.
To enable enterprises to enjoy the benefits of the public Cloud and Infrastructure as a Service, Dell Technologies now offers a Data Center as a Service solution that brings the benefits of IaaS offerings to local data center locations.
VMware Cloud on Dell EMC provides Dell Technologies infrastructure installed on core and edge data center locations, with infrastructure services consumed just like a Cloud service. Combining the speed and flexibility of the public Cloud with the security and control of on-premises infrastructure, this best-of-breed enterprise solution also enables unparalleled consistency between public Cloud and on-premises environments.
This new construct enables IT teams to provision IaaS solutions for their core and edge data centers, just as they would normally provision Infrastructure as a Service from public Cloud providers. IT administrators can quickly place an order online, and the servers, storage and networking hardware and software will be delivered to their data center and installed by Dell technicians. The hardware and software on the system is fully managed and supported by Dell EMC and VMware, enabling IT teams and CIOs to remain focused on other strategic priorities.
By providing Infrastructure as a Service capabilities within a data center, VMware Cloud on Dell EMC delivers significant benefits for every level of IT.
With Infrastructure as a Service offerings from Dell Technologies Cloud, enterprises can bring the benefits of public Cloud to the data center, transferring best practices for management and security to all Clouds and edge locations.
VMware Cloud on Dell Technologies is part of comprehensive Cloud offerings from Dell Technologies Cloud that also include:
What is Infrastructure as a Service?
Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) enable companies to provision virtualized computing resources – including servers, storage and networking technology – through the Internet or a dedicated connection. IaaS technology enables businesses to avoid the cost and complexity of provisioning and managing their own infrastructure. Instead, infrastructure is maintained and supported by third-party providers, enabling IT teams to remain focused on other priorities that can move the business forward.
What is Platform as a Service?
Platform as a Service (PaaS) is an IT model that provides developers with a Cloud-based environment for developing, testing, running and managing applications. PaaS offerings provide best-of-breed tools without requiring capital expense for hardware and software.
What are the differences in IaaS vs PaaS?
IaaS provides access to a broad range of virtualized infrastructure, while PaaS offerings specifically provide access to platforms for developing applications.
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