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4 New Dell EMC Isilon Products For Kubernetes And Microsoft Azure

Dell Technologies launches four new products for its Isilon storage portfolio including a new version of Isilon OneFS, a container storage plugin and new Azure ExpressRoute Local compatibility.

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Faster Microsoft Azure Access, Eliminating Egress Charges

Cloud Storage Services with Microsoft Azure has been enhanced to deliver a higher bandwidth, up to 200 Gbps, and lower latency connection from Isilon to the Azure cloud using Azure ExpressRoute Local. Microsoft’s ExpressRoute Local is a fast link to a nearby Azure cloud data center.

Additionally, there are no outbound data traffic costs for data written to Isilon from Azure.

Dell EMC’s Cloud Storage Services connects external storage, consumed as-a-service, directly to the public cloud. The goal is to enable organizations to combine the benefits of compute and processing services in the cloud with the scalability and performance of Isilon, while at the same time maintaining control and security to their data.

Faction CEO Sean Charnock said the offering is a unique enterprise solution “that reduces the complexity and time required to replicate and present large, petabyte-scale datasets directly into Azure and eliminates the high cost of outbound egress fees” associated with writing data to environments outside of the public cloud.

Dell said eliminating egress charges enables workloads that require “a lot of temporary writes to Isilon” to cost-effectively take advantage of Azure’s application services. The solution allows businesses to choose the right combination of compute and storage for demanding, high I/O throughput file-based workloads that require high compute performance which is suitable for a cloud consumption model.

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