Google Cloud and Dell Technologies Cloud declared the release of Dell Technologies Cloud OneFS for Google Cloud. The partnership intends to simplify the management of private and public cloud storage. OneFS for Google Cloud connects the performance and scalability of scale-out network-attached storage. It additionally lets organizations drive and obtain high-performance computing and asking workloads, as high as 50 petabytes, in a single filesystem between on-premises Dell EMC Isilon filesystems and Google Cloud.
Advanced networking with SD-WAN
Dell too is decreasing the difficulty of approach and enhancing complete abilities for hybrid cloud deployments. Dell further declared that it is expanding its abilities to networking with the latest updates to Dell EMC SD-WAN Solution powered by VMware. The solution lets clients have more extended appliance and bandwidth capability alternatives for the accelerated deployment of SD-WAN in a particular solution.
Deepak Patil, senior vice president, and general manager, Cloud Platforms & Solutions, Dell Technologies stated that workloads and data do prevail universally in the public clouds, in core data centers, and at the edge. And, while data and apps are doubling, IT resources and budgets are not. As organizations shift their data into aggressive competitors, they require a plan to handle it seamlessly and consistently, no matter where it lies.
Dell Technologies Cloud delivers the most reliable of the public cloud to the data center and the most beneficial of the data center to the public cloud, eliminating complexity so organizations can spend more limited time maintaining their infrastructure and more time giving preference to their clients.
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