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    • Manage Cloud services with greater ease

    • The elastic nature of Cloud services has provided enterprises with incredible flexibility in consuming resources for computing, storage, infrastructure and more. With access to a rapidly growing ecosphere of Cloud products on demand, enterprises have been able to achieve the agility, scalability and cost savings required to increase competitiveness and fuel digital transformation.

      Managing a wide variety of diverse elastic Cloud services has proven increasingly difficult and costly. Dell Technologies Cloud provides a solution that significantly simplifies management of Cloud resources across public and private infrastructure and edge locations. With Dell Technologies Cloud, enterprises can deploy a true hybrid Cloud computing model that delivers the simplicity, flexibility and economics of elastic Cloud services with the security, control and reliability of private Cloud infrastructure.

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      Dell Technologies Cloud Overview

      Dell Technologies Cloud enables consistent Cloud management across all major public, private, and hybrid Clouds with a single vendor experience.

    • The benefits of elastic Cloud technology

    • Dell Technologies elastic Cloud offerings have dramatically changed the way that enterprises conceive of consuming computing resources. Elastic Cloud services enable IT teams to quickly and easily add or release processing, memory and storage resources as business needs require, while paying only for the resources they consume.

      This fundamental transformation of enterprise computing offers enormous benefits.

      • Easy scalability. With on-demand computing resources, IT teams can quickly provision the exact services and infrastructure they need to support the business.
      • Reduced costs. Enterprises can reduce IT budgets by paying only for the resources they consume, and by avoiding the need for capital investments in IT infrastructure.
      • Greater redundancy. With easy access to off-site computing resources, IT teams can take advantage of more flexible, reliable and affordable backup and recovery solutions.
      • More capacity. Elastic Cloud storage services provide virtually unlimited storage capacity.
      • High availability. With the ability to add resources and redundancy as needed, it’s easy to avoid unnecessary slowdowns or service interruptions.
      • Easier management. With Cloud services, IT teams no longer need to worry about deploying, maintaining and upgrading individual pieces of IT infrastructure.

      To take advantage of these benefits, many enterprises have adopted multiple Cloud services, allowing specific workloads to run on the Cloud resources that can deliver optimal performance and economics. But the need to manage multiple and diverse Cloud solutions is taking its toll on IT teams. With no common infrastructure, operations or management experience among multiple cloud services, IT administrators can quickly be overwhelmed by the complexity of managing Cloud architecture and migrating workloads between public, private and edge Cloud resources.

      The result is added cost, lost productivity and limits on the promise of innovation that brought enterprises to the Cloud in the first place.

      To move forward, enterprises need a solution that enables a true hybrid Cloud infrastructure, where elastic public Cloud resources, private Cloud infrastructure and edge locations can be easily managed with a common set of tools and infrastructure. That’s why more enterprises today are turning to solutions from Dell Technologies.


    • Cloud solutions from Dell Technologies

    • Dell Technologies is the #1 ranked Cloud infrastructure provider, delivering solutions that unlock innovation and reduce the complexity of Cloud computing. With Dell Technologies, organizations can extend a consistent operating model across private and public Clouds, creating a lasting multi-cloud strategy to unify environments and reduce risk across all elastic Cloud resources.

      Cloud offerings from Dell technologies include:

      • Dell Technologies Cloud, a suite of Cloud infrastructure solutions that simplify operations and improve Cloud economics with a consistent management experience across public, private and edge Cloud resources.
      • Cloud-enabled infrastructure, providing data storage and data protection solutions that allow IT teams to align workloads with the right Cloud and the right SLA for business requirements.
      • Data Protection for Cloud, multi-cloud and hybrid Cloud, helping enterprises transform their data centers to enable greater operational efficiency, scalability and resiliency across all Cloud infrastructure.
         

    • Dell Technologies Cloud

    • Dell Technologies Cloud combines the expertise of VMware anduses the expertise of Dell Technologies in a suite of Cloud infrastructure solutions designed to simplify management of Cloud environments. By providing a consistent operating model and simplified management across private Cloud, public Clouds and edge locations, Dell Technologies Cloud reduces the barriers to adoption of elastic Cloud services and allows IT teams to let application and business requirements determine where workloads are run.

      Dell Technologies Cloud includes:

      • VMware Cloud Foundation on VxRail, a fully integrated HCI system jointly engineered by VMware and Dengineered by Dell Technologies, delivered as a turnkey option.
      • Dell Technologies Cloud Data Center as a Service, offering a fully managed subscription-based service for data center and edge locations.
      • Dell Technologies Partner Clouds, providing support for all major Cloud providers and more than 4,200 additional Cloud partners.
      • Dell Technologies Cloud Validated Designs, delivering Dell EMC best-of-breed storage, compute and networking resources that have been pre-tested for interoperability with VMware Cloud Foundation.

    • Dell EMC ECS

    • Dell EMC ECS (Elastic Cloud Storage) is the industry’s leading object-storage platform that has been engineered to support both traditional and next-generation workloads. With ECS, enterprises can store and manage unstructured data with public cloud-like scalability and flexibility while maintaining complete control over data to reduce security and compliance risks.

      With a flat, scale-out architecture and strong global consistency, ECS helps to achieve the near-infinite scale of the public Cloud at a total cost of ownership that is nearly 60% lower than public Cloud solutions. ECS also offers deep multiprotocol support – including support for object, file and HDFS storage – along with advanced capabilities for data protection, data integrity and data security.


    • FAQs: What is elastic Cloud computing?

    • What is elastic Cloud computing?

      In Cloud computing, elasticity is defined as "the degree to which a system is able to adapt to workload changes by provisioning and de-provisioning resources in an autonomic manner, such that at each point in time the available resources match the current demand as closely as possible".

      What is Elastic Cloud Storage?

      Elastic Cloud Storage (ECS) is the leading object-storage platform from Dell EMC. ECS supports both traditional and next-generation workloads and can be deployed as a software-defined model or as a turnkey appliance. ECS enables organizations to capture, store, protect and manage unstructured data at public cloud-like scale while managing it behind the enterprise firewall. 

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      Dell Technologies on Demand

      Dell Technologies on Demand offers flexible, usage-based IT consumption models that lower Cloud operation costs and speed deployment times.

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      Dell Technologies Cloud

      Simplify, streamline and automate Cloud operations with Dell Technologies Cloud -  the industry's fastest hybrid Cloud deployment.

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      Cloud Use Cases – Cloud Migration & Apps

      Dell Technologies Cloud can help modernize your data center, unify hybrid Cloud operations, build modern Cloud apps, and scale or migrate Cloud workloads.