A mere five months ago, Lotus F1 Team and EMC embarked upon a partnership to create the IT backbone necessary to underpin the Team’s aspiration to challenge for the World Championship in 2015. Together we are completely overhauling our IT infrastructure. I am thrilled to report that the infrastructure was fully designed, tested and deployed in record time.
Working in pit-crew-like fashion with our friends at EMC, VMware and VCE we ensured that the solution being deployed not only meets our future needs, but is fully integrated with our legacy environment.
Object storage is the standard for managing today’s explosive growth in unstructured content. EMC knows this best – pioneering object storage over a decade ago with the release of EMC Centera, the enduring leader in compliance archiving. In 2008, EMC broadened its portfolio in object storage with the introduction of EMC Atmos — an industry leader for cloud storage and next-generation Web, mobile and REST-based applications. However, object storage is more than just scalable storage. What truly differentiates object storage is that its core strengths of simplicity, scalability and efficiency can be optimized for specific use cases – and that’s exactly what today’s Atmos announcement brings to the table.
Today at VMware’s Partner Exchange, EMC launched VMAX Cloud Edition. I’ve been a part of some pretty big transformations leading product management and technical marketing teams at companies like EMC and Microsoft. I can testify that it’s truly a fundamental change to the whole idea of what “enterprise-class storage” is, and how “as-a-service” delivery works for cloud. For more detail and to participate in the conversation join our launch webcast today at 11 am ET.
This is a first for the industry. It’s a self-service, enterprise-class as-a-service, cloud delivery platform that provides easy access to consume storage for public, private and hybrid cloud.
The breakthrough is self-service access. It’s easy, flexible and fast—with enterprise storage attributes. It’s all made possible by the pre-engineered and pre-configured service levels that form a service catalog for tenants to choose from. Gone are engines, drives and nerd-knobs with VMAX Cloud Edition. It’s about right-sizing your storage for your application needs. Also, all of the service levels spring from the most powerful, Tier-1 storage in the industry: VMAX.
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