With the additions to its Dell Cloud Partner Program, the company is expanding its cloud strategy, offering customers flexibility and support for deploying cloud environments.
Through the new alliances, Dell is positioning itself to be a leader in the cloud, partnering with companies to provide end-to-end cloud solutions. Dell customers will be able to access a series of enterprise public cloud offerings, including infrastructure as a service (IaaS), platform as a service (PaaS) and cloud management solutions from Google, CenturyLink and Microsoft.
Jeremy Ford is executive director and general manager of Dell Cloud Services. He explains the latest offering in the company’s cloud portfolio: “Customers continuously tell us they need choice, flexibility and support in planning, deploying and managing cloud environments. Those three elements are critical to Dell’s cloud strategy and our continued expansion of the Dell Cloud Partner Program. CenturyLink’s best-in-class public cloud offerings combined with Dell’s leading end-to-end, scalable solutions and services enable customers to build, control and use cloud-based solutions to drive a competitive business advantage.”
Dell is also partnering with Red Hat, to develop OpenStack private cloud solutions. The tech giant also recently announced a partnership with Dropbox, to offer Dropbox for Business to companies for a secure and easy-to-use file sharing solution.
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