Infrastructure Management

Hyper-Converged, Simplicity Verified

Provided by Dell EMC & Intel®

Category Infrastructure Management

Type Infographic

Length 1

Publish Date October 06 2016

Date posted August 21 2017

Overview

Dell EMC VxRail, powered by Intel® Xeon® processors, is the only fully integrated VMware hyper-converged infrastructure appliance, delivering a turnkey solution that simplifies and extends VMware environments. Streamline IT infrastructure, gain new levels of speed and performance to enhance the end-user experience, and spend more time on innovation. Plus, Dell EMC VxRail is more than 30% lower total cost of ownership compared to a build-your-own solution. This report shows how you can:

  • Acheive super-fast deployment and scalability
  • Take on enterprise workloads and deliver a smooth yet powerful user experience
  • Keep peace of mind with accessibility and immediate issue alerts

Learn more, read this brief but interesting infographic.

Intel Inside®. New Possibilities Outside.

Intel, the Intel logo, Xeon, and Xeon Inside are trademarks or registered trademarks of Intel Corporation in the U.S. and/or other countries

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