Five things about EMC Native Hybrid Cloud

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EMC Corporation today announced Native Hybrid Cloud – a platform for cloud-native application development and deployment.

First, Native Hybrid Cloud from EMC enables enterprises to innovate and scale faster. Second, it helps enterprise IT and operations teams to better collaborate with developers, allowing for rapid application development and delivery while providing the needed protection, controls and insight to IT.

Third, Native Hybrid Cloud delivers 93 percent faster time-to-code compared to a practice where customers build a complete cloud-native platform from the ground up.

Fourth, Native Hybrid Cloud promises 3x faster time to market.

Fifth, developers can self-provision infrastructure for cloud-native application development and gain 2x boost to developer productivity.

EMC also introduced new foundational offerings designed to support and accelerate customers’ digital transformation initiatives.

New offerings include the new Native Hybrid Cloud (NHC) platform, VCE VxRack System 1000 with Neutrino Nodes, and major updates to DSSD D5.

David Goulden, EMC Information Infrastructure CEO, said: “To compete in the modern digital economy, companies are embarking on digital transformations to exploit this ever-increasing amount of data.”

VCE VxRack System 1000 with Neutrino Nodes is a software-defined hyper-converged rack-scale engineered system designed to provide a turnkey cloud-native IaaS experience. Using a VxRack System with Neutrino Nodes customers can deploy an enterprise-grade IaaS in just a few days with built-in automation as well as dynamically provision resources for the first time in less than one hour.

The new ability to stripe two DSSD D5 systems together in a single rack to deliver 2X the IOPS, bandwidth and capacity, 1/3 the latency and a lower TCO than the fastest converged solution for Oracle databases in the market today.

EMC Corporation announced new Rack-Scale Flash offerings including dual DSSD D5 systems in a single rack for use with high performance database applications as well as the new VCE VxRack 1000 Series System with DSSD.

Earlier this year, EMC introduced DSSD D5, a new architecture designed for the most data-intensive applications, both traditional and next-generation, which require extreme levels of performance and the lowest possible latency.

DSSD D5 reaches new performance heights, with real-world results that speed applications such as genetic sequencing calculations, fraud detection, credit card authorization, and advanced analytics by as much as 10X.

DSSD D5 delivers extreme speed for customers whose businesses hinge upon this level of performance. With today’s announcement, EMC is pushing the Rack-Scale Flash envelope even further, by demonstrating that striping two D5 systems together with high performance databases in a single rack delivers 2X the IOPS, bandwidth and capacity; one-third the latency and a lower TCO than the fastest solution for databases on the market today.