SimpliVity and DLT Collaborate to Enhance Data Center Operations for Federal Agencies
HERNDON, VA: SimpliVity, a provider of hyperconverged infrastructure for enterprise IT, announces its partnership with DLT Solutions to advance operational effectiveness in increasingly complex data centers. The collaboration aims to allow government agencies to procure SimpliVity’s solutions and improve performance, reliability, and availability through cloud economics and scalability.
Data center managers are exploring latest innovations to simplify their IT footprint, without compromising on performance and functionality. Backed by the latest technology advancements, government data centers can leverage hyperconverged infrastructure to enhance their ability to scale, reduce costs and increase IT productivity savings along with faster deployment time. “Through a single management interface, organizations can easily manage aggregate resources and virtual machines within and across data centers,” says Doron Kempel, CEO, SimpliVity. DLT helps the public sector make smart technology choices and makes technology procurements easier for federal agencies. The company has in-depth knowledge of public sector requirements, and technical services capabilities needed to bring transformative solutions to the public sector.
Based on software-centric architecture, Hyperconvergence is an infrastructure system that integrates compute, network, and storage resources to make it easy for IT teams to manage the infrastructure. Combined with other monitoring tools and technologies, Hyperconvergence delivers all the enterprise data in a single pane of glass. SimpliVity hyperconverges all IT infrastructure and services on software-defined building blocks. Unlike other solutions that focus only on converge servers, network switching and storage, the firm’s solutions unite services below the hypervisor. The approach allows businesses to simplify the management and protection of virtualized workloads by taking control of their infrastructure. The company streamlines operations with a VM-centric management model that eliminates the burden of managing the infrastructure at the individual component level.
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