Dell to offer Google cloud platform to help developers, businesses

By : |December 16, 2013 0

AUSTIN, USA: Dell announced its intention to offer the Google Cloud Platform and its compute, storage and application services to developers and businesses worldwide through the Dell Cloud Partner Program next year.

Dell and Google will push cloud innovations into the market, making highly scalable cloud solutions easier for customers of all sizes, across all industries to obtain and consume, said a company release.

“Putting the power of cloud in our customers’ hands – and giving them the choice and flexibility to pursue the right cloud for their unique needs – will not only help individual businesses thrive, but collectively it will drive the whole technology industry forward to a new era of innovation,” said Nnamdi Orakwue, vice president, Dell Software Strategy, Operations and Cloud.

“Combining over 15 years of technical innovation and datacenter expertise at Google with Dell’s business and integration solutions will enable new ways for customers to take advantage of the benefits of cloud,” said Shailesh Rao, Head of Google Cloud Platform, Google.

Google Cloud Platform gives developers the flexibility to architect applications with both managed and unmanaged services that run on Google’s infrastructure.

With access to Google Compute Engine (Infrastructure-as-a-Service), App Engine (Platform-as-a-Service), storage and APIs, developers and business can easily deploy applications into a highly scalable public cloud environment for their specific needs.

The Dell Cloud Partner Program combines Dell’s open, scalable infrastructure, software and services with the added benefit of having Dell serve as the single-source supplier.

The Dell Cloud Partner Program gives customers more choice and flexibility to select the public cloud partner, platform and model appropriate for their business needs, the release added.

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