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Dell Technologies Cloud: 5 New Google, VMware, Kubernetes Offerings

From new Google Cloud storage and Kubernetes integrations to SD-WAN capabilities, here are five new capabilities and offerings for the Dell Technologies Cloud.

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Google Cloud Hybrid Storage Solution

Dell is doubling down on Google with the launch of Dell Technologies Cloud OneFS for Google Cloud. The new offering combines the scalability and performance of Dell EMC’s Isilon, the company’s scale-out network-attached storage platform, with Google Cloud’s analytics and compute services through a native cloud experience that uses the same core software.

Dell, the worldwide leader in storage, said customers now can easily move and access high performance computing and demanding workloads -- as large as 50 petabytes -- in a single file system between on-premises Dell Technologies file storage systems and Google Cloud without having to make changes or adjustments to their applications. With Dell Technologies Cloud OneFS for Google Cloud, customers can easily work across private and public clouds with consistent operations and have the flexibility to scale as needed.

Scott Millard, senior vice president, specialty sales, global channel, alliances and OEM at Dell Technologies, said partners who sell Dell Technologies Cloud OneFS for Google Cloud will earn a referral fee based on the contract value as well as tier credit in the Dell Technologies Partner Program.

“Partners are really digging into containers and Kubernetes and developing as-a-service offerings for cloud-native apps,” said Millard in an email to CRN. “They’re also deploying hybrid cloud for smaller customers, or looking to pilot hybrid cloud projects. And for the last few years, they’ve been using SD-WAN to transform customer networks for the cloud era. These enhancements ensure partners have exactly the right products and services to offer customers complete, modern, flexible, economical cloud solutions for the real world.”

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