The consistent hybrid cloud is a new paradigm that has emerged in the market, as a response to the complexity of multi-cloud raised in Trend from legacy to modern applications and multi-cloud.
VMware Cloud Foundation on Dell EMC VxRail provides a consistent hybrid cloud unifying customer public and private cloud platforms under a common operating environment and management framework. Customers can operate both their public and private platforms using one set of tools and processes, with a single management view and provisioning process across both platforms. This consistency allows for easy portability of applications.
An April 2019, IDC White Paper show that the consistent hybrid cloud platform (Dell Technologies Cloud) achieved savings of up to 47% over a five-year period compared with a native public cloud, when evaluated for typical applications being deployed on cloud infrastructure by enterprises today (https://www.dellemc.com/en-us/collaterals/unauth/analyst-reports/products/dell-technologies-cloud/idc-cost-benefits-analysis-of-dell-technologies-cloud-solution.pdf). The TCO is based on the Dell Technologies Cloud Platform, which is based on VMware Cloud Foundation on Dell EMC VxRail. VxRail is built on mature hardware and the pervasive VMware stack and management tools and allows a non-disruptive path to adoption of multiple cloud platforms within an organization. This consistency across cloud platforms is the key differentiator defining the next generation of hybrid cloud — the consistent hybrid cloud platform.