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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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New Four-Node Options

The Dell Technologies Cloud is offering via the company’s consumption-based subscription program Dell Technologies On Demand, where channel partners can sell Dell’s broad set of solutions as-a-service to customers. Dell is now offering new node configuration options for the cloud platform that include as few as four nodes, allowing customers to transition to hybrid cloud at approximately half the cost and smaller footprint compared to before, according to Dell.

The Dell Technologies Cloud was initially launched last year as a hybrid cloud, data center as-a-service architecture that tightly integrates VMware Cloud Foundation (VCF) on VxRail. The cloud architecture comes in two flavors. One offering, Dell Technologies Cloud Platform, includes VxRail and VCF with additional product options including Dell EMC servers, storage and networking products that can be sold and managed by channel partners. The other offering is Cloud Data Center-As-A-Service which includes VxRail, VCF and VMware management that is fully managed by Dell Technologies that can be sold by partners.

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