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Michael Dell’s 5 Boldest Remarks On Public Cloud, Edge Computing And His Pledge To Hire More Women

‘This is why Dell Technologies exists—to unlock the power of data to solve our greatest challenges,’ says Michael Dell, founder and CEO of Dell Technologies, during his keynote at Dell Technologies Summit Tuesday.

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VMware vSphere Outnumbers Public Cloud

The car has to talk to the bus, which has to talk to the 18-wheeler, which has to talk to the traffic lights and roads—and without data integration or coordination, it’s just noise and some kind of chaos. So the integration and the security of data are really our biggest challenge going forward. The promise of progress from all this data is really just a promise unless we can bring it all together and do something useful with it, while at the same time protecting and securing it. We believe Dell Technologies is the only company with the capability to do this. We’re positioned to be the open simplifier, preserving and moving data across an increasingly fragmented environment.

This is really the whole plot of bringing together Dell and EMC and VMware, the leading development platform with cloud integration with security. We’re hard at work integrating our innovation across Dell Technologies to create a simple data application and operations environment that is simple, open and unified. The applications and workloads can move safely in virtual machines and containers through an abstracted infrastructure that is software-defined, intelligent and autonomous. Dell Technologies Cloud platform really exemplifies the kind of integrated innovation that we’ve been working on. … Our 600,000 vSphere customers have 70 million virtualized workloads—by the way, this is bigger than all the public clouds combined—and by integrating Kubernetes into vSphere, customers can operate their developer environment with the same management and automation tools that they know and love.

 
 
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