Enterprise networking major Dell EMC today revealed the hybrid Cloud system for software giant Microsoft.
The support from Dell EMC is for Microsoft environments with new Microsoft Azure Services, Validated Systems for Microsoft Exchange and SQL, as well as customer momentum for the Dell EMC Hybrid Cloud System for Microsoft.
Dell EMC said increase in business agility, improvement in efficiency and lower costs with customizable hybrid cloud and infrastructure solutions are the benefits of new services and validated systems.
Dell EMC also announced availability of a new Azure Cloud Services enabling customers to adopt hybrid cloud services, increasing efficiency and extending the capabilities of their IT infrastructure. These cloud services are hosted, managed and delivered from Azure.
“Dell and Microsoft have a long history of working together to speed customers’ journey to hybrid cloud. We are pleased to extend our alliance with Dell EMC to help even more customers leverage hybrid cloud on their terms with Microsoft Cloud Services,” said Aziz Benmalek, vice president, Worldwide Cloud and Hosting Services at Microsoft.
# Azure Backup, Azure Dev/Test Labs and Dell EMC Validated System for Exchange are available today.
# Azure Business Continuity Solution has planned availability in October 2016.
# Dell EMC Validated System for Microsoft SQL will be available in early 2017.
Glarner Kantonalbank, a digital Swiss bank, upgraded its hybrid cloud with the help of Dell EMC Deployment Services.
CGI Group, the fifth largest independent information technology and business process services firm in the world, offers private cloud deployments with a customized approach to meet client requirements.
Pulsant, a UK-based cloud hosting company, deployed two DHCS appliances and expects its new hybrid cloud offerings to drive up to $2 million in new business.
PeeringOne, a Malaysian-based cloud provider, utilized DHCS to minimize capital expenditure and leverage cost savings to ensure compelling customer price points.
Wong Chee Voon, managing director at PeeringOne, said: “Since deploying the system, we realized 120 percent sales increase through multiple cloud architectures and maximized returns with implementation time cut by 80 percent.”