Cloud Native Infrastructure

Being cloud native effectively means that from the moment you press that power button your machine is connected. This can be to your own private servers, or to a hosted solution such as Dell Cloud. One way or the other, your laptop, desktop or server is greater than the sum of its parts – it is network connected, secured and ready to go.

Even if you have limited connectivity there is still every reason to use the efficiency and speed that cloud computing brings to your workforce. Offsetting your compute and network load from your local end-user device to the cloud enables your staff to work using Gigabit connection without the need to install a new internet line at your home or office.

Cost effective and ESG-friendly

Our Environmental and Social Governance requirements increasingly mean we look to find opportunities to be more energy-efficient at every turn. There is an incredibly straightforward way to do this: move your compute to the cloud and embrace remote working.

In doing so, the datacentre running your workloads can use green-energy and carbon-offsetting to enhance your ESG work without any extra burden on your teams. Your journey to being carbon neutral is so much easier by strategically locating the majority of your electricity use to wind or solar farm a stone’s throw from your favourite cloud-solutions provider.

It is also simply a fact that the economies of scale brought by using automated cloud-based solutions in Dell’s ecosystem, such as Red Hat Openshift with Red Hat Ansible Tower, allow firms to deploy faster and with fewer resources further enhancing the carbon credentials of your organisation.