Dell Technologies has announced Dell EMC PowerStore, a modern infrastructure platform that blends automation, next generation technology, and a software architecture to deliver infrastructure that helps organisations address these needs.
PowerStore is designed for six-nines (99,9999%) availability.
Machine learning and intelligent automation allows for faster delivery of applications and services with up to 99% less staff time to balance volumes.
PowerStore allows organisations to evolve their infrastructure in lockstep with changing business needs:
- Container-Based Architecture: PowerStoreOS, the system’s container-based software architecture, enables feature portability, standardisation and rapid time-to-market for new capabilities.
- Introducing AppsON: The only purpose-built storage array that includes a built-in VMware ESXi Hypervisor, administrators can deploy apps directly on the array for greater flexibility. An industry-first, AppsON is ideal for data-intensive workloads in core or edge locations and infrastructure applications.
- Ease of Migration: New native tools within the PowerStore Manager wizard allow customers to automate entire migrations in fewer than ten clicks. Customers can take advantage of a number of non-disruptive options to migrate from existing storage like Unity, SC, PS Series, VNX and XtremIO.
- Dell Technologies On Demand (DTOD): With DTOD, PowerStore customers can respond to workload spikes and new service requests with elastic capacity and cloud economics. Organisations can choose between two flexible pay-per-use consumption models with short-and-long term commitment options, including a new one year term for flexible consumption. Global support, deployment and managed services can be included to help simplify IT infrastructure management.