Simplifying and securing data access in multicloud environments is the ambition demonstrated by Dell Technologies during the hybrid event.
The American computer firm unveiled a series of innovations during the Dell Technologies World 2022 High Mass held this week in Las Vegas.
Thousands of customers, partners and investors attend in person or remotely. “The onsite/offsite debate is over. The future is multicloud, with workflows and data flowing seamlessly across environments,” said Michael Dell, founder and CEO of the group, opening the hybrid event.
Here are 5 announcements highlighted by the multinational:
1. Dell Apex Cyber Recovery >
A year after launching the first “as a service” infrastructure solutions in the Apex portfolio (computing, storage, networking, etc.), Dell is promoting its new managed offering Apex Cyber Recovery Services.
It’s about protecting organizations’ critical data in an isolated, Dell-managed vault. The set – hardware, software and services – is offered to organizations in exchange for subscriptions
This managed solution is designed to help companies quickly resume normal operations after a disaster.
2. PowerProtect Cyber Recovery for Microsoft Azure >
Dell PowerProtect Cyber Recovery data recovery solution extends to Microsoft’s public cloud.
The offering enables entities to deploy a secure and isolated digital vault on Microsoft’s Azure cloud. The goal is to strengthen their data protection against attacks by ransomware (ransomware) or other malicious programs.
In the event of a cyber attack, flexible recovery options are offered, including in-datacenter recovery, a new Azure private network, or an Azure environment unaffected by the cyber attack.
3. CyberSense and PowerProtect Cyber Recovery for AWS >
CyberSense adds a layer of protection to Dell PowerProtect Cyber Recovery for Amazon Public Cloud by identifying data corruption that occurs during a cyber attack.
The CyberSense machine learning-driven adaptive analytics solution monitors files and databases. With this, organizations have additional capabilities to detect and diagnose potential data corruption and accelerate their recovery with a secure cyber recovery remote backup solution.
4. Alpine Project >
Project Alpine provides, according to its proponents, “a glimpse of what’s possible when enterprise-grade data services migrate to the public cloud.”
The Alpine project aims to facilitate the use of Dell’s portfolio of storage software (blocks, files and/or objects) running in the public cloud to complement the ecosystem’s on-premises use.
5. Partnership with Snowflake >
The ambition of this strategic partnership is to connect data from Dell’s enterprise storage portfolio to Snowflake’s cloud-native data platform.
Their joint customers will soon be able to use on-premises data stored in Dell’s ECS object storage with Snowflake Data Cloud, where their data is kept locally or copied to the public cloud.
Further product integration will follow in the second half of 2022.
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