Texas headquartered multinational software firm Dell Technologies has launched Dell EMC PowerOne, an autonomous infrastructure solution.
Enterprises are looking for flexible consumption models or as-a-service plans to lower their technology spends. Dell claims it is automating its entire computer network storage infrastructure. As part of its larger announcement, the company said it is offering Dell Technologies on Demand, meaning customers can use the solutions on pay-per-service basis.
Dell EMC PowerOne leverages Kubernetes microservices architecture and uses Ansible workflows to assist users by automating the component configuration and provisioning to deliver a customer-managed datacenter-as-a-service, the technology giant said in a statement. Dell had acquired storage giant EMC for $67 billion in 2016.
Dell’s subsidiary VMware, which provides cloud computing software, will help the tech giant manage the solution on multiple clouds.
PowerOne combines PowerEdge compute, PowerMax storage, PowerSwitch networking, VMware virtualisation and options for PowerProtect data protection, all designed with built-in intelligence, to automate thousands of manual steps over the life of the all-in-one system, Dell added.
“Our newly launched autonomous infrastructure with built-in intelligence, Dell EMC PowerOne, will help customers automate their IT infrastructure and allow them to focus on these requirements and on business growth and development. This will enable customers to unleash the power of data and prepare them for the future,” said Amit Mehta, director, modern data centre, Dell Technologies India.
Dell EMC PowerOne is available now and will begin shipping worldwide from November 22, 2019, Dell added.