Mainframe computing continues to run the world’s most mission critical environments. While considered highly secure, mainframe apps can be attractive targets for cyber threats. IT organizations are deploying “air gap” solutions via vaulting to better secure their Mainframes and enable fast recoveries if an app is compromised. Dell’s Cyber Resiliency for Mainframes deliver advanced virtual and physical vaulting solutions. Implementing Dell’s air gap solutions has proven to be successful for many clients in securing their Mainframes.
Prioritizing outcomes versus the steps to achieve the outcomes is big for almost every IT organization. Cobbling together storage, server, network, and backup platforms to automate management to make it simple, is a complex process. Providing a consistent API experience across technologies significantly simplifies infrastructure integration and automation. Dell’s Developer Portal provides a “one stop shop” to access API’s from across the portfolio in an easily consumable, consistent user experience. Users and developers can now easily find and access the tools to automate Dell infrastructure to make achieving their desired outcomes simple
Cybersecurity is a top of mind concern for every IT organization. Recent events show how cyber threats are not only persistent but constantly evolve. IT teams are challenged to react to these threats and be proactive in minimizing their security risks and vulnerabilities. Doing this effectively at scale requires security to be built in and automated as much as possible. New cybersecurity intelligence now included with CloudIQ to detect, report, and remediate infrastructure security vulnerabilities provide new levels of visibility into potential threats. Leveraging CloudIQ with Cybersecurity helps IT teams better protect their users, organizations, and customers.
Users have been super interested in learning how connecting to the cloud can extend PowerMax data services. It only takes seconds to set up, and there's a number of really cool and useful things it can do. Check out why Cloud Mobility is now really Symmple. 🙂
It’s big week for Dell and the storage team. It marks the completion of a lot of hard work by the engineering and development teams to introduce the latest PowerMax release. A lot has changed since the original introduction of Symmetrix. But one thing has remained constant. IT organizations continue to trust this platform to support their most mission critical environments.
Not all virtualized workloads are created equally. Deploying high value workloads with large capacities, high I/O requirements, and high availability services can be a challenge. Leveraging Dell EMC Enterprise Storage for these critical apps continues to be an extremely valuable and efficient cloud deployment model. Check out this video to see how integrating PowerMax with vRO … Continue reading Running High Value Workloads on VMware Cloud Foundation
We are getting close to the holidays, and I bet you'd be surprised to learn how much we all rely on PowerMax to make sure it’s filled with joy and cheer for everyone. Our engineering and support teams located across the world take their holiday responsibilities very seriously. Here’s how The PowerMax Holiday Command Center actively monitors progress across our customers. Let’s check in and get the latest status.
In this industry first technology preview, we showcase PowerMax running NVMeoF and Storage Class Memory. The combination provides game changing performance levels across virtualized environments. With it, users can tackle their most demanding and mission-critical applications of today and tomorrow. And with PowerMax, they can do it before and better than anyone else.
What does being smaht and boring, swimming ducks, and the fears of a zombie apocalypse have to do with PowerMax? I bet more than most of us think 🙂
Here's your chance to hear directly from users about PowerMax.
In this panel discussion, we talk to some the folks who had "hands on" early access to the new platforms and software. We get the inside scoop about their experiences and their thoughts on new technologies like NVMe and Storage Class Memory.