EMC Moves Closer to Cloud with Microsoft Applications
EMC, a global provider of information infrastructure solutions is moving towards achieving a cloud model for maximum efficiency and business agility.
The company aims to achieve its goal by leveraging its knowledge of Microsoft technologies and virtualization and new EMC product integration with Microsoft System Center.
EMC has introduced new solutions, tools and technologies that are integrated with the Microsoft applications and technology.
Businesses can leverage these offerings to boost the management of virtualized Microsoft applications and Windows environments, including virtualized Microsoft Exchange Server, Microsoft SQL Server and Microsoft SharePoint Server.
EMC will demonstrate these new management tools and software suites in its booth #901 at Microsoft Tech Ed May 16-19 in Atlanta, Georgia.
The company claims that its solutions have the ability to address both IT efficiency and business agility. Thanks to new proactive storage management capabilities for virtualized Microsoft environments, businesses can virtualize their Microsoft applications and confidently meet service level agreements (SLA) for scalability, performance and availability.
“To fully maximize the benefits of virtualizing Microsoft environments and applications and get one step closer to achieving a cloud model for maximum efficiency and business agility, EMC has combined its deep knowledge of Microsoft technologies and virtualization and new EMC product integration with Microsoft System Center to drive simplicity of management,” said EMC’s Prasad Rampalli, senior vice president, Solutions. “At EMC, we also go further to develop, test and validate EMC Solutions so customers can realize the maximum benefits of an EMC-Microsoft environment.”
“As more customers use Windows Server Hyper-V to virtualize their Microsoft applications, the need for simplified end-to-end management increases. Microsoft is pleased to partner with EMC to develop storage management tools that are integrated with System Center and let customers take advantage of their existing investment in and knowledge of System Center,” said Mike Schutz, senior director, Microsoft Windows Server.
By Anuradha Shukla