Dell Technologies and Google Cloud have launched Dell Technologies Cloud OneFS for Google Cloud to help firms control exponential data and application growth and ease the flow of files across their private clouds and Google Cloud.
Dell Technologies is also reducing the barrier of entry and improving overall capabilities for hybrid cloud deployments with additional Dell Technologies Cloud advancements. Customers can now move workloads across public and private clouds with greater flexibility and adopt a hybrid cloud approach that best fits their needs while reducing costs.
“These Dell Technologies Cloud updates are designed to support our customers across Asia Pacific and Japan who are investing in multi-cloud strategies that include hybrid, public and private cloud environments to meet different needs for a variety of data workloads – mission critical applications, AI and ML workloads, as well as developer environments,” said Kris Day, VP of Modern Data Centre in Asia Pacific and Japan at Dell Technologies.
OneFS for Google Cloud promises a native cloud experience that combines the scalability and performance of scale-out network-attached storage from Dell Technologies, with Google Cloud’s analytics and compute services. Users can easily move and access high-performance computing and demanding workloads, as large as 50 petabytes, in a single filesystem between on-premises Dell EMC Isilon filesystems and Google Cloud without having to make changes or adjustments to their applications.
Dell Technologies Cloud Platform now provides a simple and direct path to Kubernetes from a single environment, with support for containerised workloads and traditional virtual machines on the same Dell EMC VxRail infrastructure.
This approach integrates VMware Cloud Foundation 4.0 and Dell EMC VxRail into a single solution, enabling a consistent approach across all cloud locations. VMware administrators can use familiar tools to manage modern apps that combine both containers and virtual machines from a single operating environment.
Dell Technologies Cloud is extending its capabilities to networking with new updates to Dell EMC SD-WAN Solution powered by VMware. Customers now have more appliance and bandwidth capability options for rapid deployment of SD-WAN in a single solution. This helps improve performance for demanding workloads, like VOIP, video streaming and VDI, and ensure application performance and business continuity.