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With organizations looking to do more with less, IT also becomes a critical tool that can further business goals and increase profits. Yet IT faces significant challenges—demands for agility, speed, and responsiveness; escalating operating costs with limited budgets; and the need to mitigate risk for the long term. Customers need a comprehensive cloud services strategy to help them launch new applications, move mission-critical workloads to more efficient and resilient architectures, service requests faster, and in general, manage change. They need networking and storage solutions, systems management, and tools to help them simplify complexity in the data center and reduce operating expenses.
Dell is leveraging the Intel® Xeon® processor E5 family for its significant increase in overall perfomance, and more specifically, its ability to increase I/O throughput, reduce latency, increase rack density, and add hardware-based security to enable trusted environments. Dell is putting the processor to work in its twelfth generation of Dell* PowerEdge* servers and is combining features from Intel Node Manager with Dell’s OpenManage* power center. Dell is also launching Dell vStart* for Dell Private Cloud using Dell Virtual Integrated System (Dell VIS) software to make it easy and efficient to deploy and manage private clouds and virtual workloads.
Why IT should build a private cloud.
What are public, private, and hybrid clouds?
Citrix partners with Intel for cloud interoperability and cloud on-boarding proof of concept.
Red Hat partners with Intel to enable business agility with Red Hat CloudForms.
Parallels works with Intel to provide security monitoring and service catalogs to deploy virtual machines.
Oracle discusses their Cloud Builders reference architecture.