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CRN's 2019 Products Of The Year

CRN editors looked at the best new products and major updates of 2019 and then turned to solution providers to choose the winners based on technology, revenue and profit opportunities, and customer demand.

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Google’s hybrid cloud platform Anthos extends the company’s application delivery and management capabilities not only into the corporate data center, but across rival public clouds. Anthos is a rebrand of the Google Cloud Services platform, but with a new emphasis on deploying workloads seamlessly across clouds, stepping into the territory of competitors like AWS. With Anthos, Google’s Kubernetes service now extends to other cloud providers, and the service mesh has seen upgrades for security and deeper visibility into telemetry functions between microservices running on different clouds. Anthos, fully managed by Google, runs on-premises and also supports multi-cloud environments.

Finalist: Dell Technologies Cloud Platforms

The Dell Technologies Cloud Platforms leverages Dell EMC and VMware infrastructure to enable a consistent operating model for hybrid cloud deployments. The offering reduces the complexity of managing multiple clouds, providing consistent infrastructure and operations across data center, edge and public cloud environments.

Finalist: HPE GreenLake-Nutanix Hybrid Cloud as a Service

Hewlett Packard Enterprise has teamed with Nutanix to provide an integrated Hybrid Cloud as a Service, leveraging Nutanix’s Enterprise Cloud OS software and delivered through the breakthrough HPE GreenLake pay-per-use platform. The result is a fully HPE-managed hybrid cloud that offers a significantly reduced total cost of ownership.

Finalist: Lenovo TruScale Infrastructure Services

With TruScale Infrastructure Services, Lenovo delivers a consumption-based data center offering that enables customers to use data center hardware and services without having to purchase the equipment, producing cloud-like economics with the security of on-premises hardware.

Finalist: VMware Cloud Foundation

VMware Cloud Foundation provides integrated cloud infrastructure— compute, storage, networking and security—along with cloud management services to enable hybrid cloud deployments. The offering works with major public cloud platforms AWS, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud and IBM Cloud—and will soon run on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure as well.

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