by Adam Armstrong

Dell EMC Releases New All-Flash Unity Models

Today Dell EMC made several announcements updating their systems to all-flash versions, including their high-end, midrange, and unstructured storage systems. For its midrange, Dell EMC introduced four new, all-flash models to its popular Unity line. The new models keep the simple, modern, flexible, affordable storage that Dell EMC were aiming for while increasing density and performance.

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by Adam Armstrong

Dell EMC Announce 14th Generation PowerEdge Servers

Today at Dell EMC World 2017, Dell EMC announced and previewed the latest rollout of its PowerEdge server family, the fourteenth generation. Dell EMC intends to continue as a leader in the server market with this newly designed server line. The 14th generation will be focused on scalability, automation, and integrated security while providing the agility, flexibility, and efficiency companies need through their digital transformations.

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by Adam Armstrong

Dell EMC All-Flash VMAX 950F Released

Today Dell EMC made several announcements updating their systems to all-flash versions, including their high-end, midrange, and unstructured storage systems. On the high-end, is the all-new, all-flash VMAX 950F. This new high-end VMAX is stated as being four times faster than its nearest competitor and is designed to support the world’s most mission-critical workloads.

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by Brian Beeler

Dell EMC ScaleIO.Next Announced

Dell EMC has announced the next version of their data center SDS/HCI solution dubbed ScaleIO.Next. Of course we're already big fans of ScaleIO, after spending months running it through our testing both in HCI and two-layer modes. And for anyone who follows the podcast, this news isn't a huge surprise as we talked with Boaz Palgi about ScaleIO roadmap in early March. ScaleIO.Next will include several new features, highlighted by space efficiency, which will further drive value for ScaleIO deployments. 

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by Lyle Smith

Dell EMC SC5020 Storage Array Announced

Dell has announced the EMC SC5020, the latest offering in the economical, midrange SC Series. Unveiled during Dell EMC World 2017, the new SC5020 is the direct successor to the SC4020, a 24-bay storage array that marked a huge step forward for Dell Storage due to its ability to compete with other similar-performing systems at 1/10 the price point. The SC5020 is set out to do this and more, doubling down on Dell’s claim of “enabling modern technology advantages at the lowest cost.”

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by Adam Armstrong

Dell EMC Releases New Generation Isilon Scale-Out NAS

Today Dell EMC unveiled the latest generation of its scale-out NAS platform, Isilon. The new Isilon is based off of the “Infinity” architecture and include All-Flash, hybrid and archive configurations. The new Isilon is designed for demanding file applications across a wide range of industries including media and entertainment, life sciences, and financial services.

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by Adam Armstrong

Dell EMC Enhances Its HCI & Announces Cloud-Like Consumption Model

Today Dell EMC announced enhancements and upgrades to its hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI) portfolio. This portfolio includes its Dell EMC VxRail Appliances, VxRack Systems and XC Series. Along with the enhancements and upgrades, the company intends to aid adoption with new flexible consumption models, similar to cloud consumption models.

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by Lyle Smith

Dell EMC Announces New Open Networking Products

Dell EMC has unveiled new capabilities for their Open Networking portfolio--switches designed offer an innovative disaggregated-hardware/software solution for data center networking. These new features and products were built to help customers transform their IT operations by lowering overall IT costs, attaining returns on investments more quickly, and delivering new digital capabilities.

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by Lyle Smith

Dell EMC Unveils Integrated Data Protection Appliance and Additions to its Cloud Data Protection Portfolio

Dell EMC has announced new data backup and protection solutions designed to ensure that data is secure, backed up and protected in the event of a disaster and/or unplanned outages. This includes new Cloud data protection capabilities as well as the introduction of the Dell EMC Integrated Data Protection Appliance (IDPA).

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by Adam Armstrong

SUSE Unveils OpenStack Cloud Monitoring & Supports TrilioVault

Today at the OpenStack Summit 2017 in Boston, MA, SUSE, aside from celebrating its 25th anniversary, announced its new open source software solution that makes it simple to monitor and manage the health and performance of enterprise OpenStack cloud environments and workloads, SUSE OpenStack Cloud Monitoring. In other SUSE related news, Trilio Data, announced that its TrilioVault is Ready Certified for SUSE OpenStack Cloud.

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