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Dell Cloud On Demand

Public cloud that offers choice and flexibility

Organizations today are demanding the right cloud solutions for their complex needs. One provider or one technology doesn’t always meet the requirements of a growing and dynamic company or institution. Dell doesn’t just accept this reality — we help your organization turn it into an opportunity.

Dell Cloud On Demand delivers public cloud through proven cloud providers who offer technologies, solutions and pricing models to meet your diverse cloud needs. All of our partners’ offerings have passed Dell’s extensive diligence process. And when you need to incorporate a higher degree of agility, management and governance for your single- or multi-cloud environment, Dell Cloud Manager lets you do so from one web-based console.
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Partner Ecosystem
Our trusted partners include:
 amazon web servicesAmazon Web Services (AWS): Leading the 2013 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), AWS offers a complete suite of cloud services including Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2), Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3) and Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS). Organizations ranging from enterprises to new startups can get up and running on these services in as little as 15 minutes, and easily scale their usage up and down to meet changing needs. 

Century Link

 
CenturyLink: Providing an all in one, self-service public cloud platform in 9 Enterprise Grade Data Centers, CenturyLink provides an Open Source multi-tenant Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) and Platform as a Service (PaaS) designed for complex, enterprise-grade workloads that benefit from best-in-class resiliency and redundancy.

Google Cloud Platform

Google: Google Cloud Platform enables developers to build, test and deploy applications on Google’s highly-scalable and reliable infrastructure. Choose from computing, storage and application services for your web, mobile and backend solutions. Google Cloud Platform specializes in the following use cases: large web applications, big data/hadoop, machine to machine, mobile, test/development environments and global applications.

Joyent

Joyent is the high-performance cloud infrastructure and data analytics company. The Joyent Cloud is built from the ground up to meet the requirements of today's demanding real-time web and mobile applications.

Quadria

Quadria: Quadria’s cloud computing offer helps you to reduce the cost of your infrastructure by sharing resources and makes running your information system much easier. With its dual-site architecture, Quadria offers VMware-based Cloud Infrastructure Solutions to customers in France, in line with the strictest bank industry and government standards.
R SystemsR Systems: Specializing in High Performance Computing (HPC), R Systems is a leading provider of technical resources and compute clusters to the commercial and academic research communities. Working with R Systems, Dell can offer multiple hardware configurations, various operating systems, and superior user support, while letting you consume it all on demand.

Peer

Peer 1: Offering its IaaS offer, Mission Critical Cloud over its own fiber network, Peer 1 is the leading cloud provider in Canada. It offers VMware based cloud environments and managed hosting capabilities through data centers in Canada.

ScaleMatrix

ScaleMatrix: With its TruCore Performance Cloud Hosting Platform, ScaleMatrix offers VMware-based cloud infrastructure, disaster recovery as a service and world-class colocation services.

Six Degrees Group (6DG)

Six Degrees Group (6DG): 6DG offers VMware-based cloud infrastructure, On Demand, Colocation, Virtual Private and Private cloud solutions to the UK and Ireland markets. 6DG owns and operates its own data centers, data network, voice switches and cloud platforms.

Win Azure

Windows Azure: As a leading cloud platform, Microsoft’s Windows Azure provides an open and usable set of services to build and run any application in the cloud. Azure offers choice and flexibility to move existing workloads or develop new applications using the language and platform of your choice. With Azure, you get the best of cloud computing— you can leverage a flexible, reliable platform in your own datacenter, in Microsoft’s secure globally-distributed datacenters, or a combination of both.

ZeroLag

ZeroLag: Specializing in Exchange hosting, SharePoint hosting and VMware-based clouds, ZeroLag offers customers the ability to move mission-critical applications like email to the cloud.
As cloud workloads grow and expand in scope and importance, the need for management and governance also increases. Dell Cloud Manager provides a single console to control and manage both single- and multi-cloud environments. It can be used with Dell Cloud On Demand environments, other public clouds and/or your own private clouds.
In addition to its management capabilities, Dell Cloud Manager also facilitates choice, helping you create the cloud environment that you need, while avoiding lock in to one vendor or technology.
Key Features:
  • Governance: Enables automation through auto-provisioning, auto-scaling, automated backups, recovery, cross-cloud bursting and more.
  • Agility: Provides tight access controls including encryption, advanced user authentication and budget management.
  • Choice: Offers a unified management solution for single or multi-cloud environment — choose the services that work best for your organization.
Learn more about Dell Cloud Manager.

*Partner/cloud integration with Dell Cloud Manager may vary or be unavailable at this time.
Why Dell?

Dell’s cloud strategy is different than many out there. Rather than require our customers to commit to one technology or lock in to one vendor, we offer a variety of choices and options so you can create the cloud environment that you need. While we offer choices, you still enjoy the power of the Dell brand and you’re still buying from Dell. Purchase public cloud through Dell and you will get:
  • Public cloud offered by partners that have passed Dell’s diligence requirements.
  • The ability to purchase from Dell, taking advantage of existing vendor integrations, purchasing tools, purchase orders and credit lines.
  • End-to-end solutions, with your choice of cloud solutions ranging from public clouds to private and hybrid clouds, with hardware, software and services.

Learn more about our partners and solutions:

  1. Click here to read PDF

    Dell Application Services for Windows Azure™

    10/23/2013

    Dell helps you take the simpler path to cloud computing with Windows Azure services.

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    Dell Cloud On Demand with Google

    Learn more about Google's high-scale, reliable cloud infrastructure with access to compute, storage and application services.

  3. Dell Cloud On Demand with ZeroLag

    Dell Cloud On Demand with ZeroLag

    Dell Cloud on Demand with ZeroLag provides Exchange and SharePoint hosting and VMware based private cloud.

  4. Dell Cloud On Demand with CenturyLink

    Dell Cloud On Demand with CenturyLink

    Dell Cloud On Demand with CenturyLink provides enterprise class cloud solutions to enterprise customers. These capabilities are combined with powerful self-management tools that put you in the driver’s seat.

  5. Dell Cloud On Demand with Peer 1

    Dell Cloud On Demand with Peer 1

    Dell offers Vmware based cloud services in Canada through its partner, Peer 1 Hosting.

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    Dell Cloud On Demand with Joyent

    8/1/2013

    Learn more about public cloud solutions designed for the development of mobile apps, ecommerce and big data applications, provided by Dell and Joyent.

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    Dell Cloud On Demand with ScaleMatrix

    8/1/2013

    Learn more about how Dell and ScaleMatrix have partnered to provide you with VMware based public cloud solutions.

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    Dell Cloud On Demand with Amazon Web Services (AWS)

    2/1/2014

    Dell Cloud On Demand with Amazon Web Services offers a full suite of cloud computing services to customers of all sizes. Users can get up and running in as little as 15 minutes on some of the industry's leading cloud services.