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DES-2T13 Specialist - Cloud Architect, Cloud Infrastructure

Exam Title : Dell EMC Certified Specialist - Cloud Architect - Cloud Infrastructure (DECS-CA)
Exam ID : DES-2T13
Exam Duration : 90 mins
Questions in exam : 60
Passing Score : 63%
Official Training : Cloud Infrastructure Planning and Design v2 (ES732OCMCIPD2)
Exam Center : Pearson VUE
Real Questions : Dell EMC Cloud Infrastructure Specialist Real Questions
VCE practice questions : Dell EMC DES-2T13 Certification VCE Practice Test

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 10%
Data Collection and Analysis
- Describe data collection process, metrics, and tools
- Describe analysis process, business value analysis, and design best practices 12%
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 25%
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 18%
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 10%
Hybrid Cloud and Multi Cloud
- Describe the design considerations for hybrid cloud and multicloud
- Explain disaster recovery considerations 15%
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 10%

Specialist - Cloud Architect, Cloud Infrastructure
DELL-EMC Infrastructure mission
Killexams : DELL-EMC Infrastructure mission - BingNews Search results Killexams : DELL-EMC Infrastructure mission - BingNews Killexams : Data protection drives Dell’s quest to secure infrastructure across the IT landscape

The meaning of resilience in IT systems is being redefined.

Dell Technologies Inc. has embarked on a strategy to deliver “Trusted Infrastructure” to its clients, as enterprises have come to accept the fact that not every potential threat can be stopped. The harsh reality of today’s cyberworld is that attackers will still penetrate the compute environment. It’s what enterprises do to build in cyber resilience that will make the difference between disruption or dismissal of the threat.

Data is what the modern cybercriminal covets. Most companies have become ultra-aware of the need for data protection and Dell’s approach has focused on protection, detection, response and, ultimately, data recovery for businesses who must guard customer information.

“If you look at anything that is interesting in the world today, at the center of it is data,” said company co-founder, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Michael Dell, in an interview with SiliconANGLE in May. “You need to be able to protect it, secure it, and that’s what we do.”

Air-gapped options

Dell’s concept of a Trusted Infrastructure had been in development over several years. Many of the elements behind the approach were outlined as far back as 2015 that highlighted core themes of orchestration, recovery and root of trust.

The company has been active on several fronts to implement its Trusted Infrastructure approach. A key element in this strategy has been Dell APEX, which delivers cloud services for a range of data and workload requirements.

Dell introduced its Cyber Recovery solution in 2018 and incorporated APEX into the service earlier this year. The cyber-recovery offering loads sensitive data into off-premises vaults and protects it in the event of a ransomware event. According to one Dell executive, the company’s cyber-recovery service has grown from $50 million in revenue three years ago to over $400 million today.

The APEX solution uses air-gapped vaults to store data outside of a client’s system, and protection mechanisms are provided through Dell’s data domain backend.

“In the event of a security-related event and ransomware attack, you could lose all of your data,” said Sid Nag, vice president of cloud, edge services and technologies at Gartner Research, in an interview with SiliconANGLE for this story. “Dell’s approach is to say: ‘If you can keep all of that data elsewhere, we’ll make sure you have an insurance policy.’”

Storage security

Dell has also extended cyber resilience through the most latest releases of PowerStore and PowerMax. The all-flash PowerStore storage solution was enhanced with a hardware root of trust capability to secure systems at a foundational level.

Dell’s PowerMaxOS 10 enterprise data storage array release contained over 200 new features, including secure boot and digitally signed firmware updates. Cybersecurity capabilities were also extended though multifactor authentication and continuous ransomware/malware anomaly detection as part of Dell’s zero-trust architecture approach.

One of Dell’s strategic initiatives has been to invest in and expand its cloud Managed Services platform. Remote infrastructure monitoring and support for servers and storage are part of the package when it comes to optimizing IT operations for clients.

A key element in Dell’s Managed Services is the firm’s cybersecurity-as-a-service offering. Dell’s Managed Detection and Response solution combines the company’s security experts with the Secureworks Taegis XDR security analytics platform to stop attacks across endpoint, network and cloud.

“We’re bringing the best of the industry and Dell Services together to supply them a one-stop-shop managed service,” said Patrick Mooney, senior vice president of services product portfolio management at Dell, in a latest interview with SiliconANGLE. “Let us watch for you so that you can run your business. And when we detect something, we’ll advise you and help you respond.”

Cross-platform protection

In addition to maximizing its APEX solution and updating security features for storage and managed services offerings, Dell has been systematically adding cybersecurity protection across its portfolio of products over the past year. Last fall, the company announced new software and services to accelerate virtual machine backup data availability. Dell EMC PowerProtect Data Manager added a new feature, “Transparent Snapshots,” which can protect VMware virtual machines at scale.

With Kubernetes becoming an integral part of IT infrastructure, Dell has also taken steps to build in security at the Elastic Cloud Storage API level. The company released file and object storage with integrated cyber protection for containerized applications nearly a year ago as part of the release of Dell EMC Container Storage Modules. Through an expansion of its unstructured data portfolio specifically tailored of the Kubernetes space, Dell is offering cyber defense at data’s read/write level.

“We’re able to go and actually infer … that something bad is happening and where we think it’s happening and lock it down even more securely than, for example, just saying, ‘Hey, we provide object lock capabilities,’” said David Noy, vice president of product management at Dell, in an interview with SiliconANGLE.

Partnerships with major hyperscalers have emerged as a central element in Dell’s Trusted Infrastructure approach. In December, Dell announced plans to bring its anti-ransomware solutions to the Amazon Web Services Inc. cloud platform through PowerProtect Cyber Recovery. The agreement provided AWS users with a path to an air-gapped cyber vault for isolating critical data.

Dell followed that up with the launch of CyberSense for PowerProtect Cyber Recovery for AWS in May. The service offered an ability for customers to scan metadata through the use of adaptive analytics. In July, Dell expanded its PowerProtect Cyber Recovery footprint to include users of Microsoft Azure. The software to automate and orchestrate the data vaulting process runs within an Azure virtual network where it is isolated from normal access.

Dell has also announced a collaboration with Kyndryl, the IBM spin-off of its managed infrastructure business, to jointly develop cybersecurity resilience services. Kyndryl recently launched its own cybersecurity resilience assessment service, offering workshops, expert consultation and infrastructure recovery capabilities.

Dell’s comprehensive Trusted Security initiative addresses a fundamental issue for organizations in a highly distributed computing environment. The mission to protect data where it resides has become infinitely more complicated in a multicloud, multiplatform world.

In Dell’s 2021 “Global Data Protection Index”, a survey of over 1,000 IT professionals found that 60% of organizations had suffered from data loss due to an exploited vulnerability and 65% did not express confidence that data/systems could be fully recovered in the event of a breach. Numbers such as these underscore Dell’s interest in providing Trusted Infrastructure to avoid the loss of an asset that has become central to business operations.

“The security angle makes sense, but the heart of the matter is to keep data in a safe, reliable storage platform so you can recover it in case you are attacked,” said Gartner’s Nag. “They are playing on an interesting narrative around security. Everyone is afraid of losing data.”

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Thu, 08 Dec 2022 06:03:00 -0600 en-US text/html
Killexams : Dell, EMC Merge to Create Largest Privately-controlled Tech Company

By Emma Okonji

Dell Technologies has announced completion of the acquisition of EMC Corporation, creating a unique family of businesses that provides the essential infrastructure for organisations to build their digital future, transform Information Technology (IT) and protect their most important asset, information.

This combination creates a $74 billion market leader with an expansive technology portfolio that solves complex problems for customers in the industry’s fast-growing areas of hybrid cloud, software-defined data center, converged infrastructure, platform-as-a-service, data analytics, mobility and cybersecurity.
Dell Technologies serves 98 per cent of the Fortune 500 and comprises several market leading businesses. The two largest, and most well-known, are the Dell client solutions business and the Dell EMC infrastructure solutions business – both of which are supported by Dell EMC Services.
The unique structure combines the focus and innovation of a startup with the global scale and service of a large enterprise. Dell Technologies’ scale will enable it to deliver more innovation and investment in research and development (R&D), sales and marketing, services and support and deliver more efficient and cost-effective solutions for customers. Furthermore, while the company will publically report its financial results, it is privately controlled, enabling it to better focus investments on its customer and partner ecosystem over the long term.

According to the Chairman and CEO of Dell Technologies, Michael Dell, “We are at the dawn of the next industrial revolution. Our world is becoming more intelligent and more connected by the minute, and ultimately will become intertwined with a vast Internet of Things, paving the way for our customers to do incredible things. This is why we created Dell Technologies. We have the products, services, talent and global scale to be a catalyst for change and guide customers, large and small, on their digital journey.”

Also commenting on the historic merger, Chairman and CEO, JPMorgan Chase,  Jamie Dimon noted that financial services is one of the first-movers in embracing technology to better serve their customers. “As one of the world’s biggest users of Dell and EMC, we spend approximately $9 billion a year on technology, infrastructure, cloud computing, big data analytics and cybersecurity. I’m thrilled for Michael and the new company, and we are eager to see everything.”

When the transaction closed on September 7, 2016, EMC shareholders received $24.05 per share in cash in addition to tracking stock linked to a portion of EMC’s economic interest in the VMware business. Based on the estimated number of EMC shares outstanding at close, EMC shareholders received 0.11146 shares of new tracking stock for each EMC share. The value of the tracking stock may vary from the market price of VMware given the different characteristics and rights of the two stocks.

Thu, 01 Dec 2022 10:00:00 -0600 en-US text/html
Killexams : Dell looks ahead to its open infrastructure future

Collaborations remain critical in building an open, flexible and interoperable environment for networking capabilities. Sandro Tavares, director of telecom systems marketing at Dell Technologies, talks us through Dell's partnership with Wind River, the company's open infrastructure aspirations, and what's next in the open technologies arena.

Recorded October 2022

Tue, 15 Nov 2022 10:00:00 -0600 en text/html
Killexams : Dell Technologies Shows Network Infrastructure Spending is Robust

Hardware and infrastructure solutions provider Dell Technologies (NASDAQ: DELL) is a diversified technology company comprised of two main segments, Infrastructure, and Client Solutions. The segment that manufactures and sells PCs, monitors, accessories and gaming hardware is the Client Solutions segment. The acquisition of storage solutions provider EMC over a decade ago helped shape  the storage and networking solutions segment known as the Infrastructure Solutions Group. While the Client Solutions Group (CSG) saw revenues fall due to normalization from the pandemic driven 2021 comps, its Infrastructure Solutions Group (ISG) continues to set record revenues. The Company also Alienware gaming systems, SecureWorks cybersecurity, and cloud computing management software company Virtustream. Dell also divested its 81% stake in virtualization company VMWare (NASDAQ: VMW). The Company has continued to gain commercial PC market share in 35 of the past 39 quarters and has been able to reduce quarterly operating expenses by more than $300 million since Q1 2022. Despite the strong U.S. dollar having a 500-basis point impact, Dell handily beat its Q3 2022 EPS estimates and like rival HP Inc. (NYSE: HPQ) may be indicating that the bottom of the normalization process for PC sales may have been made. - MarketBeat

Pandemic Bolsters APEX As-a-Service Solutions Model  

The pandemic was also a boon to Dell’s infrastructure business as companies pulled back on heavy capex spending for infrastructure due to the unpredictability of the COVID pandemic and the budgetary constraints from lockdowns. This caused more companies to consider as-a-service subscription plans (IE: Software-as-a-Service, Storage-as-a-Service, Hardware-as-a-Service, etc.) that allowed for lower costs in the face of uncertainty while gaining more flexibility, value and capacity. For Dell and other as-a-service (aaS) providers, it meant steady, predictable, and consistent cash flows. Dell’s APEX allowed for companies to procure hardware, storage, software, security and cloud in a single offering with complete end-to-end maintenance and management making it scalable and affordable with no overage charges under its hybrid subscription and consumption billing plans. This was especially accommodating to companies employing a growing remote workforce and suited for the “new normal” of hybrid work and the elastic office.

Strong Beat But Still...

On Nov. 21, 2022, Dell released its third-quarter fiscal 2022 results for the quarter ending October 2022. The Company reported earnings-per-share (EPS) of $2.30 excluding non-recurring items versus consensus analyst estimates for a profit of $1.61, a $0.69 per share beat. Revenues fell (-6.4%) year-over-year (YoY) to $24.72 billion, beating consensus analyst estimates for $24.61 billion. The comparisons to 2021 were tough since it was a banner year for the Client Services segment as consumer PC and hardware sales hit record levels driven by the pandemic. Dell COO Jeff Clarke commented, “Stepping back, the near-term market remains challenged and uncertain. On one hand, we are seeing some customers delay IT purchases. Other customers continue to move ahead with Dell given the criticality of technology to their long-term competitiveness and a growing need to drive near-term productivity through IT. The world continues to digitally transform, data continues to grow exponentially, and customers continue to look to technology to drive their business forward, no matter the economic climate.” On Nov. 16, 2022, Dell also announced a $1 billion settlement in a class action lawsuit regarding its return as a public company. It’s insurers may pay part of the settlement but still needs final approval from a Delaware Chancery Court judge. 

Dell Technologies Shows Network Infrastructure Spending is Robust

DELL Weekly Cup and Handle Pattern

The weekly candlestick charts illustrate the triangle breakdown occurring in August 2022 setting the stage for the collapse under the $45 level taking shares down to the swing low at $32.90. Shares managed to stage a rally upon forming a rounded bottom leading to the weekly market structure low (MSL) breakout through $36.98 trigger driven by the weekly stochastic bounce through the 20-band. Shares broke higher through the weekly 20-period exponential moving average (EMA) resistance which has now become support at $41.22 as shares head towards the weekly 50-period MA resistance at $47.01. The rally is causing shares to form a potential weekly cup and handle formation upon peaking at the lip area between $45.40 and $46.73, which was also the earlier triangle apex and breakdown level. A shallow pullback towards low $40s and a breakout through the weekly 50-period MA would trigger the pattern. Since the weekly stochastic is only at the 50-band, there is potential for a higher move. Pullback support levels sit at the $41.18, $39.90, $38.32, $36.98 weekly MSL trigger, $34.80, and the $32.90 weekly swing low.

Sun, 27 Nov 2022 17:00:00 -0600 Jea Yu en text/html
Killexams : Hyper-converged Infrastructure Market to Witness Massive Growth by 2029 | Dell EMC, Nautanix, Cisco, HPE, Microsoft

The Hyper-converged Infrastructure Market research report provides all the information related to the industry. It gives the markets outlook by giving authentic data to its client which helps to make essential decisions. It gives an overview of the market which includes its definition, applications and developments, and manufacturing technology. This Hyper-converged Infrastructure market research report tracks all the latest developments and innovations in the market. It gives the data regarding the obstacles while establishing the business and guides to overcome the upcoming challenges and obstacles.

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Hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI) is a single system framework that includes storage, computing, and network resources that help companies to easily deploy and manage with a single user interface.

Competitive landscape:

This Hyper-converged Infrastructure research report throws light on the major market players thriving in the market; it tracks their business strategies, financial status, and upcoming products.

Some of the Top companies Influencing this Market include:

Dell EMC, Nautanix, Cisco, HPE, Microsoft, Pivot3, NetApp, Hitach, Scale Compiting, Fujitsu, Huawei, New H3C, Smartx, Sangfor,

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Firstly, this Hyper-converged Infrastructure research report introduces the market by providing an overview that includes definitions, applications, product launches, developments, challenges, and regions. The market is forecasted to reveal strong development by driven consumption in various markets. An analysis of the current market designs and other basic characteristics is provided in the Hyper-converged Infrastructure report.

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The region-wise coverage of the market is mentioned in the report, mainly focusing on the regions:

  • North America
  • South America
  • Asia and Pacific region
  • Middle East and Africa
  • Europe

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An assessment of the market attractiveness about the competition that new players and products are likely to present to older ones has been provided in the publication. The research report also mentions the innovations, new developments, marketing strategies, branding techniques, and products of the key participants in the global Hyper-converged Infrastructure market. To present a clear vision of the market the competitive landscape has been thoroughly analyzed utilizing the value chain analysis. The opportunities and threats present in the future for the key market players have also been emphasized in the publication.

This report aims to provide:

  • A qualitative and quantitative analysis of the current trends, dynamics, and estimations from 2022 to 2029.
  • The analysis tools such as SWOT analysis and Porter’s five force analysis are utilized, which explain the potency of the buyers and suppliers to make profit-oriented decisions and strengthen their business.
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  • In the end, this Hyper-converged Infrastructure report helps to save you time and money by delivering unbiased information under one roof.

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Global Hyper-converged Infrastructure Market Research Report 2022 – 2029

Chapter 1 Hyper-converged Infrastructure Market Overview

Chapter 2 Global Economic Impact on Industry

Chapter 3 Global Market Competition by Manufacturers

Chapter 4 Global Production, Revenue (Value) by Region

Chapter 5 Global Supply (Production), Consumption, Export, Import by Regions

Chapter 6 Global Production, Revenue (Value), Price Trend by Type

Chapter 7 Global Market Analysis by Application

Chapter 8 Manufacturing Cost Analysis

Chapter 9 Industrial Chain, Sourcing Strategy and Downstream Buyers

Chapter 10 Marketing Strategy Analysis, Distributors/Traders

Chapter 11 Market Effect Factors Analysis

Chapter 12 Global Hyper-converged Infrastructure Market Forecast

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Tue, 29 Nov 2022 02:30:00 -0600 Xherald en-US text/html
Killexams : Dell Technologies: 6 Takeaways From Q3 Earnings

Computing News

O’Ryan Johnson

The weak demand for Dell PCs was hedged by a lower cost of shipping and components, and a reduction in server backlog which drover better than expected infrastructure performance.

Dell Technologies, the leader in server storage and infrastructure, said those businesses carried it through a third quarter that saw consumer PC sales plummet 30 percent as overall revenue dipped 6 percent.

Executives with the Round Rock, Texas-based tech giant said the company was spared more difficult results thanks to its steady supply chain that allowed Dell to take advantage of lower shipping and component prices, and normalize backlogs in infrastructure devices as well as in PCs.

“With Q3 being deflationary and our lower inventory model, it allows us to access component deflation faster than the industry,” Dell’s co-Chief Operating Officer Chuck Whitten told analysts on the call. “And then when you couple that with our ability to see the demand signal quickly and react, we were able to lower OpEx as we put in the prudent cost controls.”

Whitten said Dell has also been able to reduce quarterly costs by $300 million with a slowdown in hiring and more strict expense management. Co-chief Operating Officer Jeff Clarke said a better supply chain allowed the company to take advantage of other market conditions.

“I think it’s worth emphasizing again, the logistics costs have come down,” Clarke said. “As supply now is ahead of demand, we’re able to put things on the ocean. We don’t have to expedite as much. We’re not using as much expedited air freight. Those all go into our input cost equation, which obviously helped us in the bottom line and the performance of this quarter.”

Scott Winslow, CEO of Dell Titanium Partner Winslow Technology Group in Waltham, Mass, said his company’s infrastructure business has been strong this year, driven by some of Dell’s storage products, while his Dell commercial PC business has slowed somewhat.

“Through Dell’s first three fiscal quarters, Winslow Technology Group continues to see strong demand for Dell server, storage, and networking solutions, with growth outpacing Dell’s growth year over year,” Winslow told CRN. “Dell PowerStore storage has been a standout solution for WTG. While our Dell CSG business has also increased during this timeframe, the growth rate has slowed versus this time last year.”

During the company’s earnings call Monday, Dell’s top executives talked about what was over the horizon for 2024, discussed its public cloud service APEX, as well as how supply chain and inventory management hedged a tough quarter. Here’s a look at six takeaways from the call.

O’Ryan Johnson

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Tue, 22 Nov 2022 23:15:00 -0600 en text/html
Killexams : Dell unveils four new PowerEdge servers with AMD EPYC processors

Dell has unveiled the next generation of its PowerEdge servers with 4th Generation AMD EPYC processors, designed for AI and high performance (HPC) computing workloads.

The company said the new hardware provides performance and storage advancements, suitable for businesses that perform advanced workloads including data analytics, AI, HPC, and virtualisation.

Dell underlined that customers can expect up to 121% performance improvement, up to 33% more front-drive count for two rack (2U) servers, and up to 60% higher front-drive count for one rack (1U) servers.

“Our latest PowerEdge servers are purpose-built to meet the needs of today’s demanding workloads with efficiency and resiliency,” said Rajesh Pohani, vice president of portfolio and product management for PowerEdge, HPC and Core Compute at Dell Technologies.

“With up to double the performance of the previous generation, combined with the latest in power and cooling innovations, these servers are designed to meet the growing demands of our customers.” 

There are four different servers available in the new PowerEdge series:

  • PowerEdge R7625 is designed for data centres through its dual 4th generation AMD EPYC processors. This is a 2-socket, which means two slots for CPUs, 2U platform that Dell claimed accelerates in-memory databases by over 72%.
  • PowerEdge R7615, a one-socket, 2U server with a faster memory bandwidth than previous generations. This is designed for smaller data centres and can speed up AI workloads.
  • PowerEdge R662, a two-socket, 1U server. Dell said this is suited for HPC workloads or running multiple virtual desktop infrastructure instances.
  • PowerEdge R6615, a one-socket, 1U server that offers more virtual machine density than previous generations. The server is smaller than the other but still offers increased compute power, and helps limit data centre footprint expansion.

The R7625 is currently available in limited configurations, while the rest of the servers are expected to become available in February 2023.

Dell has also boosted the security features that are built-into its servers. This includes system lockdown, drift detection, and multi factor authentication (MFA). Dell underlined this is extremely important for data centres, with its systems providing a more secure operation. AMD has also included an embedded security subsystem in the new processor to help protect data.

The servers also record details of the server hardware and firmware build at the time of manufacturing. Organisations can then verify that their server arrived as ordered and built from the factory.

The servers come with Dell’s cooling technology, Smart Cooling, to allow for more airflow through the systems than in previous generations. It said this will keep them cool while performing at the highest levels for long periods of time.

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Additionally, the servers are designed to reduce heat generated, energy consumed, and the burden on other resources needed to power the systems. For example, the PowerEdge R7625 delivers up to 55% greater processor performance efficiency compared to its previous models, said the company.

Lastly, Dell said that the new servers will be part of its commitment to source recycled or renewable materials in over half of Dell product content by 2030. Also, when the company ships multiple servers at once, they will be delivered more sustainably by reducing the number of boxes and materials it takes to ship the systems.

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Sun, 13 Nov 2022 12:23:00 -0600 en text/html
Killexams : Dell S3222DGM gaming monitor review

We'd all love to have a thousand bucks burning a hole in our back pockets to blow on a new gaming monitor (opens in new tab). But back in the real world, the Dell S3222DGM (opens in new tab) wants a crack at the kind of budget most of us actually have.

It's a 32-inch beast with a VA panel running at up to 165Hz and delivering 2560 by 1440 pixels. Yup, the tried and tested 1440p resolution, the sweetspot for real-world gaming according to many, the perfect balance between performance and visual detail. The catch is all that normally applies to 27-inch models. 32 inches? That makes for a pretty big panel for 1440p in terms of pixel density.