Dell & Microsoft team up to empower hybrid cloud

by | Oct 22, 2015

ETIQUETAS: Cloud-en | Hot news

Dell announced at Dell World 2015 the expansion of its cloud portfolio with a new hybrid cloud solution, featuring technology jointly developed with Microsoft.

Dell Hybrid Cloud System for Microsoft is built around the new Microsoft Cloud Platform System Standard. It is the industry’s first integrated, modular hybrid cloud solution. This new system delivers simplified, automated deployment and maintenance capabilities, a unique payment solution to reduce customer investment risk and unparalleled hybrid cloud governance, control, and policy-based automation for Microsoft Azure and other cloud environments.

The Dell Hybrid Cloud System for Microsoft provides customers with:

On-premises private cloud, with consistent Azure public cloud access in less than three hours, and minimized downtime.

The ability to build and provision workload templates and flexibly deploy business services and governance models of multiple cloud environments from one management construct.

Unified, simplified private-with-public cloud management and consumption control across Windows Azure Pack (WAP).

Azure and other cloud services.

Additionally, Dell also announced an industry-unique payment solution to help customers simplify and minimize risks associated with cloud adoption.

Learn more at Dell Newsroom



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