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DriveScale and Dell EMC Expand Partnership to Provide Solutions for Data Center Operators

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by Angela Guess

A new press release reports, “DriveScale, the leader in Software Composable Infrastructure (SCI) for modern workloads, today announced that Dell EMC will resell DriveScale’s solution to help customers dramatically improve the efficiency and agility of their data center infrastructure for cloud native applications. By offering DriveScale’s SCI technology, Dell EMC can help meet the growing demand amongst its customer base for a more flexible architecture to run distributed workloads such as Hadoop, Cassandra and other scale-out systems.”

Gene Banman, CEO of DriveScale, commented, “Through this strategic partnership, DriveScale and Dell EMC will work toward a common goal of providing the enterprise with efficient and cost-effective infrastructure solutions… By expanding our reach into the Dell EMC customer base, we are well-positioned to help combat resource over-provisioning in the data center and help new and existing customers scale their businesses. We are proud to partner with world-class technology solution providers like Dell EMC and look forward to creating new opportunities for the channel.”

The release goes on, “Modern workloads, such as Hadoop, NoSQL databases and other big data technologies, are dynamic and unpredictable, with data growing exponentially as enterprises find new ways to mine this information for business value. This has resulted in IT administrators struggling to correctly size physical infrastructure for each application or respond to changing workloads that are experiencing a spike in demand. DriveScale’s unique SCI solution provides organizations with a next-generation data center architecture that treats hardware infrastructure as code — delivering significant gains in efficiency and agility while lowering both equipment and operating costs.”

Read more at Marketwired.

Photo credit: DriveScale

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