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Introduction to Cloud Design and Design Parameters
- Describe digital business imperatives, cloud concepts, cloud infrastructure design approaches and goals
- Describe cloud solutions design project lifecycle phases
- Describe cloud reference architecture and various cloud design considerations for compute, storage, network, CMP, hybrid and multicloud, and application platform and PaaS solution
Data Collection and Analysis
- Describe data collection process, metrics, and tools
- Describe analysis process, business value analysis, and design best practices
Architecting a Do-It-Yourself Solution
- Explain the benefits, challenges, and considerations for designing various compute technologies in a cloud infrastructure
- Explain the benefits, challenges, and considerations for designing various network technologies in a cloud infrastructure
- Explain the benefits, challenges, and considerations for designing various storage technologies in a cloud infrastructure
Architecting a CI / HCI Solution
- Explain design decisions and considerations for converged infrastructure
- Explain design decisions and considerations for hyper-converged and cloud in a box infrastructure
Cloud Management Platform
- Describe the key functions of a CMP, CMP reference architecture, and CMP infrastructure
- Describe the key requirements and considerations for designing CMP solutions
Hybrid Cloud and Multi Cloud
- Describe the design considerations for hybrid cloud and multicloud
- Explain disaster recovery considerations
Application Development and Deployment Platform
- Describe the application development and deployment environment and its requirements
- Explain the design considerations of Do-It-Yourself and Packaged PaaS solutions
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http://killexams.com/pass4sure/exam-detail/DES-2T13 Question: 67
You are analyzing the performance data to avoid oversizing of a CI solution. What date
and time frame should you use?
A. Average production time over multiple days
B. Peak production times over multiple days
C. Average production time over a single day
D. Peak production times over a single day Answer: D Question: 68
In a cloud design, an architect has defined a separate trust zone for host management.
The hosts will be running open source hypervisors. What should be included in the
design deliverables to support this separate trust zone?
A. Federated authentication source and preferred QoS network settings
B. Isolated management network and a federated super-user account
C. Separate PKI and encrypted CMP portal access
D. Separate PKI and a separate authentication source Answer: B Question: 69
As a cloud architect, you are designing a CI solution to ensure that you isolate specific
workloads for security. What should you design for?
A. High Availability
B. Fault Tolerance
D. Redundancy Answer: B Question: 70
Which design consideration applies to object storage?
A. Multi-tenancy is supported through file and directory permissions
B. It is best suited for high performance and low latency applications
C. A RAID controller on the host computer handles redundancy
D. A common authentication mechanism is accessible by all tenants Answer: B Question: 71
You are a cloud architect responsible for designing a multiple availability zone
configuration for the organizations geographically dispersed clouds. You must provide
the ability for services to survive a failure at the data center or site level. The primary
requirement is to provide for automated site recovery. What is a key consideration for
automating the setup, failover, and recovery of services at the remote site?
A. When implementing automated site recovery, you must have automated orchestration
of site failback processes
B. The number of storage volumes in the DR site must be identical in number and size to
the primary site.
C. The recovery site must have sufficient available capacity to host workloads after a
disaster at the primary site.
D. The DR site must contain the same vendor hardware as the primary site. Answer: C Question: 72
You are designing a cloud backup solution. Consider the following requirements when
sizing the backup target:
. Total amount of data to be backed up = 2 TB (2000 GB)
. Full backup once a week
. Retention period for full backups = 2 months
. Daily incremental backups (assuming an average 10% change in data)
. Retention period for incremental backups = 1 month
. No Compression or deduplication
. Number of backup copies = 1
What is the total capacity, in GB, required for the backup target to accommodate the
A. 13, 200
B. 16, 000
C. 21, 200
D. 26, 400 Answer: C Question: 73
You are designing a cloud to support an Oracle OLTP environment. What is the
recommended read/write ratio to use in this environment?
A. 2 to 1
B. 3 to 1
C. 4 to 1
D. 5 to 1 Answer: D Question: 74
An organization wants to deploy cloud applications using block storage. The architect
has included a HCI solution in the cloud design. Which requirements must have led to
including this solution in the design?
A. Acquire additional storage array; Combine storage and application processing using a
B. No additional storage arrays to be acquired; Separate storage processing from
C. No additional storage arrays to be acquired; Combine storage and application
processing on each node
D. Acquire additional storage array; Combine storage and application processing using a
full mesh topology Answer: A
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Mon, 23 Jul 2018 01:41:00 -0500en-UStext/htmlhttps://smallbusiness.chron.com/test-dell-power-supply-57103.htmlDell TechWorld 2023 â Security, AI And Multicloud
I spent the last few days in Las Vegas attending Dell TechWorld (DTW) and am happy to report I've returned home to Dripping Springs, Texas, no poorer due to gambling. I'm also pleased to report that Dell TechWorld was worth the trip and time away. In addition to catching up with old colleagues and friends, there was much news regarding Dell's strategy and vision.
As with most conferences, DTW had a theme. This year, it was technological innovation is the key to human progress. Based on this theme, the company focused on addressing what it sees as five significant challenges in the enterprise:
The future of work â Managing the remote workforce
Multicloud â While this may seem like an overplayed term, the challenges are real.
AI â Technical, ethical and operational barriers to adoption
Edge â Like Multicloud, this is talked about often but still encounters lots of challenges.
Security â It should baked into everythingâevery device, every server, every environment.
While there is much to discuss across all of these areas, in this piece I will dive deeper into my three biggest takeaways and what I think of Dell's overall approach, vision and strategy.
Some events stand out for the right reasons; Dell DTW is one of them
Before getting into my analysis, I want to give the Dell analyst relations (AR) team recognition for putting on a wonderful event. I am on the road nonstop this time of year for conference season, so I see lots of good, bad and average events. DTW 2023 was amazingly well run, and I know that the folks who helped make it so don't ever get credit. So for my AR contact, Beth Williams: thank you for making this such a pleasant learning experience. And to AR leader Erin Zehr: you and your team are rock stars.
Security: Big leaps forward
I've traditionally considered Dell's security messaging adequate, albeit not exactly impressive. While others in the market have made a lot of noise around their security capabilities, Dell has quietly gone about building a solid security portfolio and partnerships.
In October of 2022, Dell announced its Zero Trust Center of Excellence (CoE) at DreamPort, the US Cyber Commandâs premier cybersecurity innovation facility. The function of this CoE will be to allow customers to test their environments against the U.S. Government's zero-trust security specifications. This is a real and practical value-add for IT and information security professionals to drive the highest levels of protection across their organizationsâsomething I would have jumped at the opportunity to use when I was in IT. And as of this spring, the CoE has entered the testing milestone as Dell prepares for U.S. Government validation.
At DTW, Dell took it one step further by announcing Project Fort Zero, an end-to-end validated zero-trust solution for Dell customers to deploy. With this initiative, Dell is bringing together over 30 of the leading cybersecurity companies in the market to help establish a zero-trust environment that adheres to the U.S. government's mandate.
Here's what I like about what Dell is doing. It uses its market influence to enable its customers to deploy a true zero-trust environment. And it is doing so through a consortium approach, where companies have a real incentive to work together to deliver a complete solution. More to the point, Dell understands that neither it nor any other company can be the only answer for zero trust. This is a team effort, and to its credit Dell is pulling together the players.
AI: Itâs everywhere
Surprising nobody, AI was a major focus area for Dell at DTW. It was part of every keynote, every group breakout and every discussion. And for good reason. During one keynote, Dell's Co-COO, Chuck Whitten said that AI might be the most significant technological innovation since the PC, the internet and even the smartphone (gulp). And when one thinks about the impact AI is having and will haveâon our lives, our economy, on everythingâhis statement makes sense.
More precisely, the conversations at DTW focused on generative AI (sick of hearing about ChatGPT yet?). By everybody's estimate, generative AI is going to change the way we work and the way we live. And because of this, organizations of all sizes are looking at ways to implement such an environment.
The challenge? Training a large language model (LLM) for your specific needs. Letâs say youâre a big sporting goods chain and want something like ChatGPT to serve as a shopping assistant for your customers. When a customer searches for a âdriver,â you want them to find a long golf clubânot a construction tool. Likewise, if a customer wants to find a âbatâ for their promising baseball player, you don't want the search to return something about the Mexican free-tailed bats that live in Austin. Now think about how you would apply this to a law firm sifting through millions of digitized pages of case law, briefs and so on. Or a pharmaceutical company whose inputs span drug discovery, clinical testing and safety reporting. This is where the concept of training domain-specific LLMs comes into play. It's all about context and relevance.
So, what did Dell Announce around AI at DTW? Well, a few things. But I will focus on what I found super compelling: Project Helix, which is a partnership between Dell and Nvidia to deliver a full-stack generative AI solution to its customers. Think curated generative AI for specific customer needs. Major law firm? Health care provider? Sporting goods store? Dell and Nvidia will deliver a pre-trained model and the tools needed to easily further optimize it.
Like Dell's moves in security, I like this partnership with Nvidia. AI has been an almost science fiction-like concept to many businesses for a very long time. While we've talked about the eventual rise of this technology, its applicability has often been narrow in scope. And frankly, we've often misused the term entirely, placing the AI label on technology that is really advanced analytics.
Recently, though, generative AI has made AI tangible to far more people. And Dellâs partnership with Nvidia is going to make AI real for many businesses.
One last note on Project Helix. The NVIDIA software stack being used for it is powered by the newly launched Dell XE9680, a beast of a server that packs two Intel 4th Generation Xeon CPUs and eight Nvidia H100 GPUs.
While generative AI became white-hot just over the last few months, Dell, Nvidia and Intel must have started working on the ground-up design of this solution a couple of years ago. Thatâs impressive foresight.
Multicloud: We may be bored of talking about it, but itâs still relevant
âMulticloudâ and âhybrid multicloudâ are so overused that I'd be willing to bet that somewhere, college kids have created a drinking game around these terms. Yet we talk about these concepts so much because the industry still hasn't figured out how to consistently implement them elegantly, efficiently or economically.
At DTW, Dell discussed multicloud and its âas-a-Serviceâ solution, APEX, and how the company envisions enabling its customers to navigate this multicloud world more quickly and affordably.
My biggest takeaway from Dell's presentations on APEX is that everything starts with data. Data that is generated on the edge or in the cloud and must be shared with distributed applications. Legacy data that sits in a data warehouse and is critical for feeding algorithms that can help drive better customer outcomes.
And because of this need to make data from the datacenter to the cloud and from one cloud to another, storage is critical. The connective tissue that makes this work is the architecture that enables the movement of data between cloud and on-prem and from one cloud to another. To that end, Dell announced APEX Block Storage for AWS and Azure, as well as APEX File Storage for AWS. Running APEX storage in these clouds allows Dell customers to have clean integration from what Dell refers to as âcloud to groundâ or âground to cloud.â In other words, from on prem to off prem, and from off prem to on prem.
In addition, Dell announced the APEX Cloud Platform for Microsoft Azure, VMware and Red Hat. Through these partnerships, Dell is trying to make the cloud experience (and environment) as tight as possible. The Red Hat partnership especially interests me because it allows IT administrators to manage their combined infrastructure, virtualized and containerized environments from the OpenShift interface.
The last thing to note on multicloud and APEX is around manageabilityâone of my favorite topics. At the event, Dell announced APEX Navigator for Multicloud Storage and APEX Navigator for Kubernetes. This was the sleeper hit of the show, in my opinion. Having a single SaaS-based console to manage my entire (Dell) storage environment is a big deal. It makes managing storage far less complexâand cheaperâwhile optimizing the entire environment.
As I mentioned, there's so much to discuss here, so capturing it all in a few paragraphs is hard. If you're interested in learning more, here are a couple of videos from Dell that are worth watching:
Bonus: An observation from the show floor
While I expected to see a seemingly endless number of AI and security startups and other companies on the show floor (which I did), I was surprised at the number of cooling companies I also saw. These covered a wide range of technologies from direct-to-chip to immersion cooling and everything in between.
Companies such as GRC, Zutacore and Chilldyne were out in force to showcase their solutions. Even Intel was showing off its chips being cooled by Zutacore in its booth. This only makes sense when you think about where the market is going. The XE9680 mentioned above thatâs so impressive puts out a lot of heat those H100 and Xeon processors. And the chips driving platforms like that are only going to get hotter.
It's worth checking out what some of these companies are doing regarding cooling, especially as you plan and implement refreshes to your infrastructure.
It was a long couple of days at DTW 2023âin a good way. Besides the specifics covered above, my overall takeaway is that innovation is alive and well at Dell. I often talk about the pragmatic approach Dell takes to delivering solutions to the market. But that pragmatism also drives an innovation engine that has positioned the company as a leader in meeting companiesâ needs for what tomorrow brings.
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Wed, 31 May 2023 04:34:00 -0500Matt Kimballentext/htmlhttps://www.forbes.com/sites/moorinsights/2023/05/31/dell-techworld-2023---security-ai-and-multicloud/CRN's Coverage Of Dell EMC World 2016
Mon, 17 Oct 2016 02:22:00 -0500entext/htmlhttps://www.crn.com/channel-programs/dell-emc-world-2016.htmDell EMC unveils new cloud platform for Microsoft Azure Stack
Dell EMC today announces Dell EMC Cloud for Microsoft Azure Stack, a new, turnkey, hybrid cloud platform that offers a simple and fast path for implementing and sustaining a hybrid cloud based on Microsoft Azure Stack. The new platform helps organisations standardising on the Microsoft Azure ecosystem to accelerate their digital transformation with automated IT service delivery for traditional and cloud-native applications. As a result, organisations can better engage with their customers, reduce time to market for new services, and free-up resources to focus on adding business value.
âCloud is an operating model, not a place, and adopting a hybrid model has become the clear choice,â said Peter Cutts, senior vice president, Hybrid Cloud Platforms, Dell EMC. âMaking hybrid cloud platforms simple and turnkey enables businesses to rapidly develop and deploy new applications, optimize resources, control costs and deliver the best possible customer experiences.â
The new Dell EMC Cloud for Microsoft Azure Stack combines Dell EMCâs leadership in worldwide cloud infrastructure with its long history of partnering with Microsoft, which includes shipping the industryâs first Microsoft-based hybrid cloud in October 2015. According to IDC, Dell EMC was No. 1 in the worldwide cloud infrastructure market for 2016 with $5.7 billion in revenue and 17.6% market share.1
The new offering complements turnkey platforms Dell EMC Enterprise Hybrid Cloud, introduced more than three years ago, and Dell EMC Native Hybrid Cloud that integrate hardware, software and automation to simplify IT service delivery and reduce time to market for customers around the globe.
Consistent Experience for On-PremisesPrivateand Public Cloud
Interoperability between public and private cloud resources has quickly become a top requirement for many organisationsâ IT infrastructures. The turnkey Dell EMC Cloud for Microsoft Azure Stack delivers a consistent experience across Azure public cloud and private with Azure Stack. It is engineered with industry leading Dell EMC PowerEdge servers and Dell EMC Networking. As a Hybrid Cloud Platform, it is built, sustained and supported as a singular platform with a turnkey stack.
Dell EMC Cloud for Microsoft Azure Stack offers a true hybrid cloud that speeds application development and deployment by providing a consistent programming surface between Azure and Azure Stack. As a result, organisations can cost-effectively access, create and share traditional and cloud-native application services securely in Azure and Azure Stack to ensure business results, without sacrificing security, protection, service quality and availability.
Integrations with Dell EMC best-in-class backup and encryption technologies provide a consistent means of protecting and securing data across customersâ Azure-based public and on premises cloud environments. Furthermore, the adoption of Pivotal Cloud Foundry on Azure will extend to Dell EMC Cloud for Microsoft Azure Stack, continuing to deliver the promise of hybrid models with consistent services, APIs and consumption models for on- and off-premises.
Dell EMC Services Simplify Deployment and Management
Dell EMC services are available for every step of the journeyâfrom strategic planning through implementation, operations and ongoing support. Dell EMC experts provide hands-on guidance to optimise and expand the customerâs hybrid cloud platform to meet business objectives. These activities include developing and customizing service catalogues, enabling identity and access management systems, and extending monitoring and metering systems to Azure Stack. Dell EMC provides support throughout the lifecycle of the platform with each component backed by automated proactive, predictive tools and a dedicated Technical Account Manager with ProSupport Plus. With Hybrid Cloud Platforms backed by Dell EMC Services, organisations can focus on delivering differentiated application services rather than building and managing their infrastructure.Â
New Study Reveals Key Drivers for Hybrid Cloud Adoption
To understand how companies are transforming business and to analyse the benefits, costs and drivers associated with the use of cloud deployment models, Dell EMC commissioned analyst firm IDC to conduct a global survey of 1,000 mid- to large-sized organizations that are using and/or evaluating private and public cloud.
This IDC Cloudview Survey finds thatÂ 79.7% of large organizations (with 1,000 or more employees) report they already have a hybrid cloud strategy. In addition, 51.4% already use both public and private cloud infrastructure resources with an additional 29.2% expecting to in the next year.2
The survey results, published in the IDC White Paper, The Power of Hybrid Cloud, also reveal that total cost of ownership is one of the top drivers of cloud adoption. Other criteria for future IT infrastructure decisions on workloads supported by cloud environments includes physical and data security (34%) and operation flexibility (33%) in addition to flexibility of economic models. This study underscores the value of turnkey hybrid cloud, which balances the pros and cons of different cloud deployment models.
Dell EMC Cloud for Microsoft Azure Stack is expected to be available direct and from partners worldwide in the second half of calendar year 2017. Â Â
Partner and Customer Quotes:
Mike Neil, corporate vice president, Enterprise Cloud, Microsoft Corp.
âMicrosoft and Dell EMC are continuing our long time alliance by investing in Microsoft Azure Stack on Dell EMC infrastructure to meet rising customer expectations for solutions that deliver a top-quality public and on-premises cloud experience, to rapidly transform, and innovate through applications built for the cloud. With Dell EMC Cloud for Microsoft Azure Stack, our shared customers have the support and solutions to enable them to be more efficient and innovative with a best-in-class, hybrid cloud platform.â
Laura DuBois, Group Vice President, Enterprise Storage, Servers and Infrastructure Software, IDC
âInteroperability enables organisations to adopt new cloud solutions with minimal changes to process, tools and staff, which enhances the ability to lead and drive IT and digital transformations. Turnkey solutions, like Dell EMC Cloud for Microsoft Azure Stack, address the current challenges with private and public cloud adoption, including consistency with current tooling, access to value added services, and ongoing lifecycle assurance for the platform.â
IDC White Paper: The Power of Hybrid Cloud, May 2017
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Sun, 07 May 2023 12:00:00 -0500entext/htmlhttps://www.albawaba.com/business/pr/dell-emc-unveils-new-cloud-platform-microsoft-azure-stack-971576Dell Technologies World 2019: News, Announcements And Analysis
CRN is live in Las Vegas for Dell Technologies World 2019 Bookmark this page for the latest news, videos and exclusive videos from the show floor.
Dell EMC And VMware Launch SD-WAN Edge âPrime Timeâ Solution âWhat we have is Dell, who is the leader in open networking category, combining forces with VMware software, and weâre delivering an SD-WAN solution bundled together,â says Brian Henderson, director of converged infrastructure and open networking product marketing at Dell EMC.
Dell EMC Partner Program Reborn As Dell Technologies To Drive Channel Sales âWith the Dell Technologies Partner Program, we are simplifying the whole opportunity for partners to embrace and participate in the breadth of portfolio and solutions across the strategically aligned businesses,â says Cheryl Cook, senior vice president of Global Partner Marketing for Dell EMC.
Michael Dellâs 5 Biggest Statements At Dell Technologies World âAt the core, weâre combining the innovations of Dell EMC, VMware and Pivotal, to create a developer friendly, highly-automated, intelligent and efficient cloud architecture,â says Dell Technologies CEO and founder Michael Dell on stage at Dell Technologies World 2019.
âPowerfulâ VMware Cloud On Dell EMC Data Center-as-a-Service Launched âWeâre taking this notion [and model] of cloud and applying that to on-premises to give customers all the benefits of cloud with all the benefits of on-premises environments. So itâs the best of both worlds,â says Kit Colbert, vice president and chief technology officer for VMwareâs Cloud Platform Business Unit.
With support from Dell EMC, and in association with Intel and Microsoft, Dippy's Naturenauts offers a mobile-friendly interactive experience for children aged seven to eleven.
A fun activity that supports Dippy on Tour, Dippy and Fern the fox lead kids through a series of exploratory games that encourage them to venture outdoors and interact with the nature in their area while learning about science.
Through their generous support of Dippy on Tour and Dippy's Naturenauts, Dell EMC helped the Museum to help the next generation of scientists engage with the natural world through a leading a digital experience, guiding and engage them in scientific thinking.Â
Wed, 12 Jun 2019 18:01:00 -0500entext/htmlhttps://www.nhm.ac.uk/support-us/our-supporters/dell-emc.htmlNvidia, Dell, and Qualcomm Shine in Latest Benchmark Test
Powering AI Efficiency: Nvidia, Dell, and Qualcomm Lead the Pack in Latest Benchmark Test
The latest benchmark test for artificial intelligence showcased the efforts of Nvidia, Dell, Qualcomm, and a group of startups to Strengthen the efficiency of running AI programs while conserving power. The rising compute demand for running AI programs that are growing in size, such as OpenAIâs ChatGPT and GPT-4, has become a pressing issue.
The benchmark test was presented by MLCommons, the consortium that runs the MLPerf tests. Leading vendors such as Nvidia, Dell, Qualcomm, and Supermicro submitted computer systems with various configurations of chips to see which systems took the top marks.
They competed to deliver the most questions that could be answered per second, the least time to answer (latency), or the least amount of power consumed (energy efficiency).
In addition to the leading vendors, several startups including Neural Magic, xFusion, cTuning, Nettrix, Neuchips, Moffett, and Krai also participated in the benchmark test.
As the dominant supplier of GPUs used to run AI, Nvidia picked up many honors for performance on most of the tests.
In five out of the six different benchmark tasks, Nvidiaâs system running on two Intel Xeon processors and eight of Nvidiaâs âHopperâ GPU chips took the top spot, including running the Google BERT language model, a precursor to ChatGPT. In one of the six tasks, a Dell system using an almost identical configuration of Intel and Nvidia chips took the top spot.
These results are significant for companies like OpenAI, pushing the boundaries of AI and deep learning with their programs. The size of these programs continues to grow, making it increasingly challenging to run them efficiently.
Vendors like Nvidia, Dell, and Qualcomm providing powerful, energy-efficient systems could help manage the compute demand for running AI programs more effectively.
The latest benchmark test for AI is a crucial milestone in advancing AI and deep learning. It showcases the capabilities of leading vendors and startups to deliver innovative solutions that address the challenges of running increasingly large and complex AI programs.
With further research and development, we can expect even more powerful and energy-efficient systems that will help propel the AI industry forward.
Thu, 06 Apr 2023 02:53:00 -0500en-UStext/htmlhttps://www.msn.com/en-us/news/technology/nvidia-dell-and-qualcomm-shine-in-latest-benchmark-test/ar-AA19xTTgDell Technologies simplifies IoT for customers with new IoT products and partnerships
Dell Technologies announces new Internet of Things (IoT) products and partnerships to help customers take the complexity out of their IoT deployments and more quickly realise digital transformation.
According to a recent GartnerÂ report, there will be 20.4 billion connected things in use globally by 2020.Â Companies are looking for faster, real-time analysis of the massive amount of data produced by all of these âthingsâ on their networks. For some, itâs too expensive to move all the data from the edge of the network near the devices to the data center. Computing at the edge helps determine which data sets are interesting, relevant and need to be sent back to the data center or the cloud for further analytics and longer term storage, saving bandwidth and reducing costs and security concerns.
New IoT Products and Services
Simplified âThingsâ Management âThe newVMware Pulse IoT Center is a secure IoT infrastructure management solution that will enable customers to have complete control of their connected things. VMware Pulse IoT Center will help customers to more efficiently manage, operate, scale and protect their IoT projects from the edge to the cloud.Dell will be offering VMware Pulse IoT Center as the preferred enterprise management and monitoring solution for Dell Edge Gateways. By plugging Pulse IoT Center into the new EdgeX Foundry, VMware will be able to offer system and device management for the EdgeX ecosystem.
IoT Advisory Services âIoT Technology Advisory Serviceis a new consulting offer from Dell EMC Services to help organisations determine the key capabilities and architecture required to leverage IoT data (e.g., sensors, beacons, gateways, mobile phones, wearables, connected devices). This information can be used for initiatives such as optimising key operational processes, reducing compliance and security risks, uncovering new revenue opportunities and creatingÂ more compelling customer engagements.
Open Source Framework for Interoperable Edge Computing â The Linux Foundation recently launched EdgeX Foundry, an open source software project chartered to build a common framework and surrounding reference platform for edge computing. It will drive interoperability between proprietary value-added applications and existing connectivity standards. It was started by a community of more than 50 companies such as AMD, Analog Devices, Dell EMC, Foghorn and VMware to enable an ecosystem of plug-and-play components that can be combined to quickly create secure and scalable IoT solutions. Dell contributed more than a dozen microservices and over 125,000 lines of source code under Apache 2.0 to seed the project, additional contributions are already underway from other members. EdgeX Foundry is architected to operate on any hardware, on any operating system and with microservices developed in any application environment for maximum scale.
Carefully Curated Partnerships
Dell has carefully curated a group of IoT software and services partners through the Dell IoT Solutions Partner and Dell EMC Partner Programs. Many partners have deep, proven expertise in industry-specific IoT challenges, and can help with everything from managing multiprotocol data sources to security to analytics. New partners recently added to the program include Atos, Bosch, GreatBay Software, ForgeRock,Â IOTech, Mocana and Modius.
Todayâs key IoT partner news includes:
Dell and Bosch have jointly developed an Industry 4.0 jump start kit to help customers implement IoT projects quickly to realise faster ROI. The kit consists of multiple Bosch XDK sensors, a Dell Edge Gateway, ready-to-go use-cases, cloud integration and software, all preconfigured.
Atos and Dell EMC are working together to build an IoT service management framework, Atos Codex IoT Services, to allow customers to be assured that all users can continuously create value from their connected devices.
Dell Technologies â An IoT Heavyweight
Dell Technologies is the industryâs broadest Internet of Things (IoT) infrastructure solutions provider. The company offers a complete edge-to-core-to-cloud portfolio of infrastructure for IoT solutions that includes everything from infrastructure, embedded PCs, IoT gateways, security and manageability solutions and more.
Dell Technologiesâ capabilities in IoT allow for fast innovation and simplified integration and include:
More than 30 years of IT heritage, and more than 15 years of operations technology (OT) experience through the Dell EMC OEM Solutions team â deep understanding of both IT and OT, critical for successful IoT implementations
Technology and expertise of Pivotal to rapidly develop and update cloud-native software
Dell EMC infrastructure for storing and analysing the data that the âthingsâ generate
Ruggedized, purpose-built IoT hardware designed to collect data at the edge of the network including Dell Edge Gateways and Dell Embedded Box PCs
A curated Dell IoT Solutions Partner Program with more than 70 technology and services partners
Trusted security solutions from RSA and SecureWorks that ensure data is transferred securely and quickly
Industry-leading global service and support and financing options
Announced today at Dell EMC World:
VMware Unveils IoT Management Solution to Help Customers Take Control ofIoT
Atos and Dell EMC Join Forces to Address the Growing Internet of Things Market
SDS â IoT data streaming capabilities for ECS
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Dell Technologies has opened a new âŹ2m telecoms lab at its campus in Cork.
The tech giant's Open Telecom Ecosystem Lab is the only such facility outside the US. It will act as a testbed for Dell customers to test and deploy telecom products using 5G and 6G technologies. The company hopes the lab will accelerate the development of smart manufacturing and Industry 4.0 technologies such as automated manufacturing, smart mobility technologies and digital cities. The other lab is located in Round Rock, Texas.
Officially opened by Minister for Enterprise Trade and Employment Simon Coveney, the telecoms lab follows the opening of an Innovation Lab at Dell's Limerick facility and its redeveloped Customer Solutions Centre in Cork in recent years.
"As telecoms providers look to accelerate the pace of digital transformation within their sector, the new Lab will provide an important space to collaborate, innovate and push the boundaries of an open and modern telecom system," Bob Savage, Regional CIO for EMEA and Cork Site Leader at Dell Technologies said.
"This new investment places Cork at the heart of Europeâs open telecom ecosystem. Our talented team of engineers and leading industry partners such as Vodafone, Ericsson, VMware and Druid Software can accelerate the roll-out of next-generation services.â
Mr Coveney said the new lab strengthens Irelandâs position as a hub for emerging technology. "It will also help create new business opportunities linked to 5G and the future roll-out of 6G. I want to congratulate Dell Technologies on this important milestone and look forward to seeing the Lab evolve and grow.â