The Dell-EMC Cloud for Microsoft Azure Stack is meant to help organizations standardizing on the Microsoft Azure ecosystem to accelerate their digital transformation with automated IT service delivery for traditional and cloud-native applications. It provides organizations with a simple and fast path for implementing and sustaining a hybrid cloud based on Microsoft Azure Stack.
The new offering complements turnkey platforms Dell EMC Enterprise Hybrid Cloud, introduced more than three years ago, and Dell EMC Native Hybrid Cloud that integrate hardware, software and automation to simplify IT service delivery and reduce time to market for customers.
“Cloud is an operating model, not a place, and adopting a hybrid model has become the clear choice,” said Peter Cutts, senior vice president, hybrid cloud platforms, Dell EMC. “Making hybrid cloud platforms simple and turnkey enables businesses to rapidly develop and deploy new applications, optimize resources, control costs and deliver the best possible customer experiences.”
Dell EMC Cloud for Microsoft Azure Stack a hybrid cloud that speeds application development and deployment by providing a consistent programming surface between Azure and Azure Stack.
This helps organizations cost-effectively access, create and share traditional and cloud-native application services securely in Azure and Azure Stack without sacrificing security, service quality, and availability.
The platform integrates with Dell EMC’s backup and encryption technologies ensuring data protection across the customer’s Azure-based public and on-premises cloud environments.
The adoption of Pivotal Cloud Foundry on Azure will extend to Dell EMC Cloud for Microsoft Azure Stack.
Dell EMC Cloud for Microsoft Azure Stack is expected to be available direct and from partners worldwide in the second half of the calendar year 2017.
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