Dell: Native Hybrid Cloud Makes Waves With Latest Release
Less than a year since we announced general availability, Native Hybrid Cloud is quickly becoming the most feature rich way to run cloud-native applications on-premises. At VMworld, we announced a number of new enhancements to Native Hybrid Cloud that broaden our production capabilities, bring new use cases for high availability and disaster recovery, and help solidify our position that we are the best way to run Pivotal Cloud Foundry on-premises.
As part of our core mission to help our customers succeed with their digital transformation initiatives, we’ve been working closely with our customers, taking direct feedback on how to improve Native Hybrid Cloud. Our conversations with customers have reflected the evolution of digital maturity in the market. A year ago, our customers were struggling simply to stand up a cloud-native platform to begin experimenting and developing next generation applications. Today, they are looking for more robust, production ready platforms to bring these applications to market.
Hyper-Converged Infrastructure and Elastic Cloud Storage Delivers High Availability to the Enterprise
In order to deliver a fault tolerant and production ready environment of Pivotal Cloud Foundry, we are offering ‘out-of-the-box’ deployments for multiple levels of high availability. At the smallest configuration, customers will be able to run multiple availability zones on a single site with physical and logical separation of resources. Pivotal recommends running multiple availability zones to assure platform health and performance, and this architecture offers you the ability to choose the level of redundancy necessary for running mission critical applications with minimal risk of applications going down.
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