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DEA-2TT3 Associate, Cloud Infrastructure and Services v.3

Exam Title : Dell EMC Certified Associate - Cloud Infrastructure and Services Associate (DECA-CIS)
Exam ID : DEA-2TT3
Exam Duration : 90 mins
Questions in test : 60
Passing Score : 60%
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Digital Transformation and Cloud Computing Reference Architecture
- Describe digital transformation, business and IT challenges, and IT transformation key focus areas
- Describe essential characteristics of cloud computing reference architecture, service models, and deployment models 10%
Application, Cloud Services, Orchestration, and Modern Infrastructure
- Describe the need for application transformation, characteristics of modern applications
- Describe cloud service functions, catalog, portal, service lifecycle, automation, and orchestration
- Describe physical, virtual, software-defined infrastructure, and infrastructure deployment options 32%
Cloud Security and Business Continuity
- Describe security threats and related security mechanisms
- Describe the role of GRC
- Describe cloud service availability and fault tolerance mechanisms
- Describe data protection solutions 37%
Cloud Service Management and IT Transformation
- Describe cloud service portfolio and operation management Describe the key focus areas of transforming IT 22%

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What have Dell’s exact contributions been to Quantum Computing and metaverse and how much of this will be on show at Gitex Global?

We are witnessing the emergence of so many exciting new technologies that are changing the way businesses, industries, and even societies operate. To fulfill the demands of exact years, we have seen the development of multi-cloud, AI/ML, quantum computing, 5G, the metaverse, and edge.

As two of the biggest and most anticipated innovations for the future, uses for Quantum Computing and the rapidly expanding metaverse will be showcased at Gitex Global 2022. Dell Technologies’ end-to-end infrastructure solutions and AI/ML Ops solutions make it well-positioned to contribute to the foundational layer of and accelerate entry into the metaverse.

Various industries will be able to tap into the metaverse to create truly immersive experiences for consumers, from retail to gaming, healthcare, and other verticals.

As a global tech brand, how is Dell guiding the narrative for nascent technology with decision makers from the UAE and region and helping the technology sector to mature and grow?

Dell Technologies has always strived to engage with regional leaders, partners and customers. Dell’s infrastructure solutions are part of a strategy to provide technologies that support the growth and vision of businesses in the region. The technologies will support the UAE and wider region along their digital transformation journeys, allowing for innovation without interruption.

We believe that innovation happens at the intersection of people and technology.

- Walid Yehia, General Manager, UAE, Dell Technologies

That is why we play our part by providing organisations with the technological expertise to support their growth. We seek to become the region’s most trusted advisor within the technology industry, providing services and solutions to propel customers into the next phase of digital transformation and the next digital universe. Technology continuously plays a bigger role in our lives, and we are seeing innovation like never before. Dell Technologies provides the framework for those who wish to innovate without the boundaries previously imposed by limiting technologies.

Our commitment is to aiding new technological innovations as well as contributing to them by creating new digital spaces and technologies.

What is Dell’s Client Solutions Group offerings all about?

The shift from traditional to more flexible and technology-encompassing ways of operating has altered everything from everyday tasks to how we function in our personal lives. Technologies had to be developed to accommodate this shift in culture, to become more performance-driven, manageable, reliable and secure.

Dell Technologies’ Client Solutions Group offerings prepare workforces to maintain their competitive advantage in this new economy by allowing for newfound possibilities. It includes hardware, software, monitors and peripherals, rugged products, and more. They empower organisations to work how they feel is best.

How is Dell changing its approach to technology while being mindful of hybrid workspace requirements in a new world order post-Covid?

The world post-pandemic has entirely different needs, and workplaces are one of the many spaces where major changes can be seen. For technology to be effectively integrated into a hybrid workspace, it must address new work model needs. At Dell Technologies, our mission is to create technologies that drive human progress. But progress doesn’t just happen, people make it happen.

According to a exact Dell Technologies Breakthrough Study, 73 per cent of all employees say their business needs to provide the necessary tools and infrastructure to work in a flexible environment.

In our parts as digital advocates, we play an instrumental role in bringing our deep technological expertise to empower teams to capitalise on the opportunity in front of them.

Dell Technologies helps workforces excel in adopting a hybrid work environment by enabling them to create a successful modern workspace that works for them. Right from our products to our services, we ensure this ethos is reflected by optimising performance, security, reliability, manageability, and design.

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Killexams : Inside Dell Technologies’ zero-trust approach

Dell Technologies is doubling down on zero-trust security with a reference model that is touted to help enterprises implement the security model effectively.

Speaking at a virtual briefing with Asia-Pacific media, Dell’s global chief technology officer John Roese said the model is part of the company’s approach towards a modern security strategy, starting with having a foundation of trust.

“Every IT outcome is based on consuming technology from someone. It turns out that knowing who that someone is, how they built that product, how it got to you and whether it was compromised, is extremely important,” he said.

To that, Roese noted Dell’s investment in building one of the world’s largest and most robust supply chains, along with products that embed deep levels of security. Hardware roots of trust and attestation, as well as failsafe mechanisms are also part of the company’s product development efforts, he added.

The second aspect of Dell’s approach is the zero-trust architecture itself, which will enable organisations to guard against threat actors more effectively than traditional perimeter and product-led security approaches, Roese said.

“And so, we are investing heavily across the entire portfolio in our services offerings and in our ecosystem with one view, that is, to accelerate and simplify the adoption of zero trust by enterprises,” he added.

The third and last aspect is cyber recovery, which is “based on the truth that there is no such thing as absolute security”, Roese said.

Noting that there are no security technologies or architectures that don’t fail and that there’s always room for human error and misconfigurations, Roese said organisations must have an answer when things go south.

“We are now in an era where it is incredibly important to have in every IT architecture a cyber recovery capability because of the significant risk that you could be breached and having that kind of capability allows you to survive and recover from it,” he said.

Paradigm shifts with zero trust

Although zero trust is not new, Roese said the concept is confusing and misunderstood, calling for the need to simplify how zero trust works from a technical perspective through three paradigm shifts.

The first is that in a zero trust architecture, continuous authentication of devices, people, applications and even data, which used to be optional, is now mandatory.

“That is a big shift, but if you go from an environment where unknown entities could be on your infrastructure, to a zero-trust environment that just simply doesn't allow that, your security posture improves dramatically,” Roese said.

The second paradigm shift is with respect to policy, with security architectures today primarily focused on policy controls that prevent known bad behaviour.

“In the security world, there are only three things that exist – the known good, the known bad, and the unknown,” Roese said. “And today’s architectures attempt to apply policy and controls to prevent known bad behaviour and then to discover in the unknown what could be known bad and stop it.

“The problem with that approach is it is always reactive. It cannot deal with a zero-day event. It is slow to respond. And so, the second shift with zero trust is to change policy roles from preventing known bad to defining known good behaviour and preventing everything else.”

That is easier said than done, however, as most organisations do not understand how their applications and systems work. But in a zero trust architecture, Roese said, using advanced machine intelligence to automate security processes can help to define known good behaviour.

The third paradigm shift deals with threat response and management. Today, many threat detection and management systems sit outside of the infrastructure, keeping an eye on things from the outside through telemetry.

“It is extremely hard to do that, and it requires enormous amounts of data and analytics, but in zero trust, because the only things that are allowed to be on the infrastructure are known authenticated entities and you have well-defined policy that defines known good behaviour, your threat management can be deeply embedded, because all it’s looking for is an unauthorised entity,” Roese said.

Dell’s zero-trust reference model

There are three components in Dell’s zero trust reference model. The first element is that zero trust should be defined and driven by business controls, or business rules about what systems should do.

“Examples would be, I want all data in Europe to be pushed to a European datacentre only or I would like only engineers to access my labs,” Roese said. “They have nothing to do with technology, but in zero trust, it is critical that you define them.”

The next element is to convert business controls to technology and action, which can be done via a control plane that consists of identity management, policy management and threat management tools.

Roese said those tools already exist today but in zero trust, they exist together in a common control plane. “The control plane, if done properly, is the same control plane for a public cloud or a private cloud or edge cloud or anything in your environment.

“Devices are all subordinate and controlled by that common control plane and because identity, policy and threat management are now centrally controlled, the definition of an authenticated user whether he’s in a public cloud or private environment is the same.

“The policy roles can be implemented consistently whether you’re coming in through remote access or directly attached to a lab network, and your ability to see the behaviour of your enterprise because threat management has aggregated also becomes significantly better,” he added.

To ease zero trust adoption, Dell will be establishing a zero-trust centre of excellence in the spring of 2023 at DreamPort, the US government’s premier cyber security innovation facility.

Located in Columbia, Maryland, the centre will focus on providing global commercial enterprises and government customers a place to validate their zero-trust workloads and applications.

Roese said the architecture that Dell will be using for the centre was developed with the US Department of Defense and the US government, which is one of the leading implementers of zero trust architectures.

“The net result is that we will now have a capability to essentially pre-integrate and predefined much of the reference architecture customers need to make zero trust real,” he added.

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Killexams : Dell tackles multicloud complexity issues by simplifying IT, implementing user feedback

Dell Technologies Inc. is one of the leading names in computers, with almost four decades of experience to help the company solve constantly emerging technology challenges.

Dell is actively helping organizations solve multicloud pain points by using all the tools in its arsenal, including listening to end users.

“Everything always starts with our customers; they’re our motivation — they’re top of mind in everything we do,” said Jeff Boudreau (pictured), president and general manager of the Infrastructure Solutions Group at Dell. “My leadership team and I spend a lot of time with our customers. We’re listening, we’re learning, we’re understanding their pain points, and we want to get their feedback regarding our solutions both current and future offerings.”

Boudreau spoke with theCUBE industry analyst Dave Vellante at Dell Technologies Summit, during an exclusive broadcast on theCUBE, SiliconANGLE Media’s livestreaming studio. They discussed what partners are asking for, how Dell is supplying their users with what they want, what future innovations are coming and more. (* Disclosure below.)

Simplifying simplicity

With multicloud gaining popularity and utilization across enterprises and data becoming an increasingly valuable asset, a new breed of complexity is introduced into the equation. Data is growing at an unprecedented rate, with data creation expected to grow to 64 zettabytes by 2025.

“What are we seeing for our customers? That what they want from us and what they’re asking us for is simplicity, not complexity. The immediacy, not latency,” Boudreau explained. “They want to extract more of the value to enrich their business or their customer engagements. It creates a big opportunity for us to help our customers as that great simplifier of IT.”

Acknowledging the need for simplicity isn’t enough, as it requires direct action and innovation to satisfy client needs for reduced complexity. That’s why Dell has composed a long-term strategy for introducing more simplicity into their clients’ multicloud experiences.

“We’re focused on consumption-based solutions, which allow for a greater degree of simplicity and flexibility … the foundation for this is our software-defined common storage layer,” Boudreau said. “We’ve made headway in projects like Project Alpine. Announced in January, this is our storage as a service, which brings our unique software IP from our flagship storage platform to all the major public clouds.”

Here’s the complete video interview, part of SiliconANGLE’s and theCUBE’s coverage of Dell Technologies Summit:

(* Disclosure: TheCUBE is a paid media partner for Dell Technologies Summit. Neither Dell Technologies Inc., the sponsor of theCUBE’s event coverage, nor other sponsors have editorial control over content on theCUBE or SiliconANGLE.)

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Killexams : Dell Technologies Delivers New Innovations for Hybrid Cloud Environments with Microsoft

by Sudhir Srinivasan, senior vice president of multicloud and data solutions, Dell Technologies

ROUND ROCK, Texas, Oct. 12, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- Continued data growth and global, distributed IT challenge many IT organizations considering data center modernization. On top of that, they're contending with data silos, unpredictable spend, skills gaps and decreased developer velocity. How can organizations take better control?  By implementing an integrated hybrid cloud strategy that delivers a consistent cloud approach everywhere data resides.

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The Dell Technologies (NYSE: DELL) ecosystem of partners, such as Microsoft, play a key role in delivering that consistent cloud approach. We're building on our long history of collaboration with new advancements for Dell Integrated System for Microsoft Azure Stack HCI. Today, we are announcing a collaboration with Microsoft to deliver new single-node configurations for customers with smaller data center footprints, increased AI/ML workload performance, and support for the latest release of Microsoft Azure Stack HCI.

Dell Integrated System for Microsoft Azure Stack HCI brings together the power of Microsoft Azure with the control and inherent security of on-premises infrastructure. With our automated, integrated systems for Azure Stack HCI, organizations can simplify Azure hybrid cloud operations and drive consistent management and data sovereignty across on-premises and public cloud environments.

Two-thirds of all Microsoft software-based HCI systems run on Dell infrastructure.1 One example is Spring Branch International School District (SBISD), in Houston, Texas. SBISD's senior system engineer Ben Allen shares, "Dell Integrated System for Azure Stack HCI has transformed our IT infrastructure environment. We've been able to reduce our data center footprint by 83%, Strengthen performance by 87% and experience 99.999% uptime. The continued collaboration between Dell and Microsoft will help us realize even greater performance while reducing other costs associated with IT maintenance."

Advancing customer's hybrid experiences

Dell Integrated System for Microsoft Azure Stack HCI is designed to streamline hybrid cloud ecosystem management and deliver a seamless experience across customer's hyperconverged infrastructure and Azure. With our latest advancements, we are delivering more consistent and secure Azure deployments through deeper integration between Dell OpenManage software, Windows Admin Center and Azure Arc. These integrations allow our customers to modernize applications and deliver cloud services across IT locations with centralized Azure Arc management.

Here are just a few of the new advancements for Dell Integrated System for Microsoft Azure Stack HCI:

  • Single-node configurations: Customers now can start an on-premises Azure footprint with the smallest configuration to date and consistent management, security and application services across any location.

  • Improved GPU support: We've improved artificial intelligence and machine learning workload performance with NVIDIA A2 GPU support. Dell also offers greater choice by allowing customers to select either the NVIDIA A2 GPU or A30 GPU based on workload and performance demands.

  • Greater security: Deeper integration with Microsoft Azure Arc enables consistent security, compliance and Dell infrastructure security for customers from edge locations to core data centers to Microsoft Azure public cloud environments.

We will also support the latest release of Microsoft Azure Stack HCI, which will further Strengthen a customer's hybrid cloud experience through storage, networking and security enhancements.

Roanne Sones, corporate vice president of Azure Edge & Platform at Microsoft said: "Our joint customers are evolving their data centers and edge locations to integrate hybrid cloud delivery models for greater agility. As they build out these architectures, they want to harness the power of Microsoft Azure while retaining the benefits of proven on-premises infrastructure. Our continued collaboration with Dell will allow us to deliver solutions that provide customers the flexibility to process and secure their data wherever it lives."

Dell has a strong history of collaborating with Microsoft to bring more value to customers, and we're looking forward to demonstrating our latest innovations during Microsoft Ignite 2022. We hope you'll join us virtually or visit the Dell Integrated System for Azure Stack HCI product page for more.

  1. Based on IDC Quarterly Converged Systems Tracker, September 2022

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Killexams : Dell Technologies Transforms the Edge with Project Frontier Software Platform

Dell expands end-to-end edge portfolio, empowering customers with simpler, more secure edge deployments and global support

News summary

  • Dell's Project Frontier will deliver an edge operations software platform to securely scale edge applications and infrastructure while supporting choice of software, IoT, operational and multicloud technologies

  • Dell expands ISV partner ecosystem to simplify the deployment of software and applications at the manufacturing edge

  • Dell PowerEdge XR4000, Dell's shortest depth rugged server, withstands harsh edge conditions and fits in tight spaces

  • Dell Latitude 7230 Rugged Extreme Tablet offers enhanced performance and powerful connectivity for manufacturers, first responders and retailers at the edge

DELL TECHNOLOGIES SUMMIT, ROUND ROCK, Texas, Oct. 12, 2022 /PRNewswire/ --

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Dell Technologies (NYSE:DELL) introduces Project Frontier, which will deliver an edge operations software platform, integrated with Dell's edge portfolio, for customers to more securely manage and orchestrate edge applications and infrastructure for deployments at global scale.

The complexities of edge operations—in locations from manufacturing floors and retail stores to remote wind turbines—are growing as more organizations want to manage and secure data at the source but have limited IT support to do it. According to a 2022 IDC survey, 42% of businesses say the most challenging aspect of edge deployments is putting together an entire edge solution1. With the amount of data generated growing nine times annually and expected to reach 221 exabytes by 20262, organizations need a simple and effective way to manage and secure the diverse ecosystem of edge technologies.

"We're seeing exponential growth in applications running at the edge, making edge the next frontier of business transformation—where devices, infrastructure and data come together to deliver real-time insights at scale," said Gil Shneorson, senior vice president of edge solutions, Dell Technologies. "With this growth, comes complexity. It's not feasible to have IT staff deployed at every edge location. Our decades of edge experience combined with our new solutions help customers simplify their edge and streamline their data to gain insights ranging from factory safety and the speed and precision of patient care in hospitals, while providing more choice in how they realize their edge and multicloud technologies."

Dell's Project Frontier to more securely scale edge operations for any enterprise use case

With the Project Frontier edge operations software platform, customers can expect:

  • Their choice of software applications, IoT frameworks, operational technologies (OT), multicloud environments and future technologies supported by an open design that will consolidate existing and new enterprise edge use cases.

  • Zero Trust-enabled security protection across edge applications, data and infrastructure, from design to deployment, backed by end-to-end supply chain security measures.

  • Greater efficiency and reliability of end-to-end edge operations with centralized management, zero-touch deployment and secure device onboarding.

  • Minimal need for IT expertise in the field with automation to streamline edge deployments and operations across potentially thousands of edge locations.

  • Integration of edge compute and storage hardware with workloads for ease of serviceability and increased security.

  • Global planning and support services across 170 countries to help design edge deployments and create a roadmap for scaling customers' edge infrastructure to meet new demand.

As an example, Dell Technologies is one of the world's leading technology manufacturers and manages one of the largest global supply chains. Dell plans to deploy the edge platform to deliver increased production line efficiencies by simplifying operations, securely connecting critical data from the production floor to IT infrastructure and enabling real-time reporting of automation data. Additionally, with the Dell Edge Design Program, Dell is collaborating with customers to help design and shape the development of Project Frontier to meet their specific needs.

"IDC sees a wide range of locations where modern edge workloads will be deployed, and it is critical that these environments are highly resilient and can operate with limited human intervention," said Jennifer Cooke, IDC Research Director for Edge Strategies. "Dell's efforts with its Project Frontier look to be a strong step forward in realizing an architecture to address these needs and help customers streamline their edge operations."

"Dell Technologies and Atos have long worked together to deliver more value to businesses by helping them realize the full potential of their data," said Arnaud Langer, Global Edge and IoT senior product director, Atos. "We look forward to collaborating on new edge innovations that can help organizations significantly simplify and secure their edge while improving business outcomes."

Innovations across Dell infrastructure and end user portfolio simplify edge deployments

As Project Frontier comes to life, Dell is expanding its current edge portfolio to help businesses scale and manage their edge deployments.

  • Edge analytics and operations: Manufacturers can remove complexities and streamline how they deploy edge applications with an enhanced Dell Validated Design for Manufacturing Edge. The solution now includes new Dell-validated partner applications to support advanced edge use cases and Strengthen factory processes and efficiencies, while reducing waste and raw materials usage for more sustainable operations. For example, Claroty provides asset discovery, network protection, threat detection and vulnerability and risk management for cyber-physical systems. Cognex machine vision helps Strengthen manufacturing quality and performance by eliminating defects, verifying assembly and tracking information during the production process. Telit automates data collection and management from sensors, devices, machines and factories with its IoT platform. XMPro creates composable digital twins of factory operations to help manufacturers save time and materials during the factory operating process. Manufacturers can respond quickly to changes in demand and enable reconfigurable production lines with Dell's private 5G capability.

  • Edge compute and analytics: The Dell PowerEdge XR4000 is the shortest depth server in the Dell PowerEdge family at about the size of a shoebox. The XR4000 is 60% shorter than traditional data center servers, and its multiple mounting options allow it to be installed in a rack, on walls or ceilings, saving valuable floor space. The multi-node, 2U chassis server can survive unpredictable conditions like heat waves or falls. While small, the XR4000 is a high-performance server capable of supporting a wide range of edge workloads and is designed with Intel® Xeon® D processors with multi-operating system as well as optional GPU support. The XR4000 is available with the Dell Validated Design for Manufacturing Edge and powers new Dell VxRail rugged modular nodes, delivering high performance and scalability in high latency, low bandwidth locations.

  • Edge data collection: Built to withstand the most demanding edge locations, the Dell Latitude 7230 Rugged Extreme Tablet is the industry's lightest3, most powerful4, 12" fully-rugged tablet. Designed to operate in extreme cold and hot environments, this tablet is rated for maximum protection against dust, dirt and water—ideal for first responders and outdoor environments. New Wi-Fi 6E5 capability with dual-band support provides more reliable connectivity, 12th Gen Intel® Core™ processors deliver powerful performance, and optional integrated features, such as a barcode scanner, GPS module and smartcard reader, increase productivity in the field. The tablet is made to be viewed in the brightest, harshest lighting with the largest screen-area for a 12" fully-rugged, military-grade tablet6.

Availability

  • Project Frontier's edge software platform will be available in 2023.

  • Dell Validated Design for Manufacturing Edge enhancements will be available globally in early 2023.

  • Dell PowerEdge XR4000, also available with Dell OEM customizable options, will be available globally in December 2022.

  • Dell Latitude 7230 Rugged Extreme Tablets will be available globally by end of 2022.

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About Dell Technologies

Dell Technologies (NYSE: DELL) helps organizations and individuals build their digital future and transform how they work, live and play. The company provides customers with the industry's broadest and most innovative technology and services portfolio for the data era.

Copyright © 2022 Dell Inc. or its subsidiaries. All Rights Reserved. Dell Technologies and Dell are trademarks of Dell Inc. or its subsidiaries. Other trademarks may be trademarks of their respective owners.

1 IDC, Survey Spotlight: Where Do Customers Need Help with Edge?, Doc # US48896522, February 2022.
2 IDC, Global Datasphere 2022-2026 Forecast, Doc #US49018922, May 2022.
3 Based on Dell internal analysis, comparing the starting weight of Latitude 7230 Rugged Extreme, with the starting weight of competitor 12" fully-rugged tablets, using published data available as of April 2022.   
4 Based on Dell internal analysis of the combination of CPU storage, memory, graphics and WiFi standard specs on fully-rugged tablets, comparing the Dell Latitude 7230 Rugged Extreme Tablet to the Panasonic Toughbook 33 and Getac F110, using published data available as of April 2022.   
5 WiFi 6E compatible router required. Router requires a separate purchase. WiFi 6E connectivity is only available in select locations. Check availability with your service provider.
6 Based on Dell internal analysis, comparing the screen-size and aspect-ratio of the Dell Latitude 7230 Rugged Extreme, with competitor 12" fully-rugged tablets, using published data available in April 2022.

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DELL TECHNOLOGIES SUMMIT, ROUND ROCK, Texas, Oct. 12, 2022

Dell expands end-to-end edge portfolio, empowering customers with simpler, more secure edge deployments and global support

News summary 

  • Dell's Project Frontier will deliver an edge operations software platform to securely scale edge applications and infrastructure while supporting choice of software, IoT, operational and multicloud technologies
  • Dell expands ISV partner ecosystem to simplify the deployment of software and applications at the manufacturing edge
  • Dell PowerEdge XR4000, Dell's shortest depth rugged server, withstands harsh edge conditions and fits in tight spaces
  • Dell Latitude 7230 Rugged Extreme Tablet offers enhanced performance and powerful connectivity for manufacturers, first responders and retailers at the edge

DELL TECHNOLOGIES SUMMIT, ROUND ROCK, Texas, Oct. 12, 2022 /PRNewswire/ --

Dell Technologies logo (PRNewsfoto/Dell Technologies)

Full story 

Dell Technologies (NYSE:DELL) introduces Project Frontier, which will deliver an edge operations software platform, integrated with Dell's edge portfolio, for customers to more securely manage and orchestrate edge applications and infrastructure for deployments at global scale.

The complexities of edge operations—in locations from manufacturing floors and retail stores to remote wind turbines—are growing as more organizations want to manage and secure data at the source but have limited IT support to do it. According to a 2022 IDC survey, 42% of businesses say the most challenging aspect of edge deployments is putting together an entire edge solution1. With the amount of data generated growing nine times annually and expected to reach 221 exabytes by 20262, organizations need a simple and effective way to manage and secure the diverse ecosystem of edge technologies.

"We're seeing exponential growth in applications running at the edge, making edge the next frontier of business transformation—where devices, infrastructure and data come together to deliver real-time insights at scale," said Gil Shneorson, senior vice president of edge solutions, Dell Technologies. "With this growth, comes complexity. It's not feasible to have IT staff deployed at every edge location. Our decades of edge experience combined with our new solutions help customers simplify their edge and streamline their data to gain insights ranging from factory safety and the speed and precision of patient care in hospitals, while providing more choice in how they realize their edge and multicloud technologies."

Dell's Project Frontier to more securely scale edge operations for any enterprise use case

With the Project Frontier edge operations software platform, customers can expect:

  • Their choice of software applications, IoT frameworks, operational technologies (OT), multicloud environments and future technologies supported by an open design that will consolidate existing and new enterprise edge use cases.
  • Zero Trust-enabled security protection across edge applications, data and infrastructure, from design to deployment, backed by end-to-end supply chain security measures.
  • Greater efficiency and reliability of end-to-end edge operations with centralized management, zero-touch deployment and secure device onboarding.
  • Minimal need for IT expertise in the field with automation to streamline edge deployments and operations across potentially thousands of edge locations.
  • Integration of edge compute and storage hardware with workloads for ease of serviceability and increased security.
  • Global planning and support services across 170 countries to help design edge deployments and create a roadmap for scaling customers' edge infrastructure to meet new demand.

As an example, Dell Technologies is one of the world's leading technology manufacturers and manages one of the largest global supply chains. Dell plans to deploy the edge platform to deliver increased production line efficiencies by simplifying operations, securely connecting critical data from the production floor to IT infrastructure and enabling real-time reporting of automation data. Additionally, with the Dell Edge Design Program, Dell is collaborating with customers to help design and shape the development of Project Frontier to meet their specific needs.  

"IDC sees a wide range of locations where modern edge workloads will be deployed, and it is critical that these environments are highly resilient and can operate with limited human intervention," said Jennifer Cooke, IDC Research Director for Edge Strategies. "Dell's efforts with its Project Frontier look to be a strong step forward in realizing an architecture to address these needs and help customers streamline their edge operations."

"Dell Technologies and Atos have long worked together to deliver more value to businesses by helping them realize the full potential of their data," said Arnaud Langer, Global Edge and IoT senior product director, Atos. "We look forward to collaborating on new edge innovations that can help organizations significantly simplify and secure their edge while improving business outcomes."

Innovations across Dell infrastructure and end user portfolio simplify edge deployments

As Project Frontier comes to life, Dell is expanding its current edge portfolio to help businesses scale and manage their edge deployments.

  •  Manufacturers can remove complexities and streamline how they deploy edge applications with an enhanced Dell Validated Design for Manufacturing Edge. The solution now includes new Dell-validated partner applications to support advanced edge use cases and Strengthen factory processes and efficiencies, while reducing waste and raw materials usage for more sustainable operations. For example, Claroty provides asset discovery, network protection, threat detection and vulnerability and risk management for cyber-physical systems. Cognex machine vision helps Strengthen manufacturing quality and performance by eliminating defects, verifying assembly and tracking information during the production process. Telit automates data collection and management from sensors, devices, machines and factories with its IoT platform. XMPro creates composable digital twins of factory operations to help manufacturers save time and materials during the factory operating process. Manufacturers can respond quickly to changes in demand and enable reconfigurable production lines with Dell's private 5G capability.
  •  The Dell PowerEdge XR4000 is the shortest depth server in the Dell PowerEdge family at about the size of a shoebox. The XR4000 is 60% shorter than traditional data center servers, and its multiple mounting options allow it to be installed in a rack, on walls or ceilings, saving valuable floor space. The multi-node, 2U chassis server can survive unpredictable conditions like heat waves or falls. While small, the XR4000 is a high-performance server capable of supporting a wide range of edge workloads and is designed with Intel® Xeon® D processors with multi-operating system as well as optional GPU support. The XR4000 is available with the Dell Validated Design for Manufacturing Edge and powers new Dell VxRail rugged modular nodes, delivering high performance and scalability in high latency, low bandwidth locations.
  • Built to withstand the most demanding edge locations, the Dell Latitude 7230 Rugged Extreme Tablet is the industry's lightest3, most powerful4, 12" fully-rugged tablet. Designed to operate in extreme cold and hot environments, this tablet is rated for maximum protection against dust, dirt and water—ideal for first responders and outdoor environments. New Wi-Fi 6E5 capability with dual-band support provides more reliable connectivity, 12th Gen Intel® Core™ processors deliver powerful performance, and optional integrated features, such as a barcode scanner, GPS module and smartcard reader, increase productivity in the field. The tablet is made to be viewed in the brightest, harshest lighting with the largest screen-area for a 12" fully-rugged, military-grade tablet6.

Availability

  • Project Frontier's edge software platform will be available in 2023.
  • Dell Validated Design for Manufacturing Edge enhancements will be available globally in early 2023.
  • Dell PowerEdge XR4000, also available with Dell OEM customizable options, will be available globally in December 2022.
  • Dell Latitude 7230 Rugged Extreme Tablets will be available globally by end of 2022.

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1 IDC, Survey Spotlight: Where Do Customers Need Help with Edge?, Doc # US48896522, February 2022.
2 IDC, Global Datasphere 2022-2026 Forecast, Doc #US49018922, May 2022.
3 Based on Dell internal analysis, comparing the starting weight of Latitude 7230 Rugged Extreme, with the starting weight of competitor 12" fully-rugged tablets, using published data available as of April 2022.   
4 Based on Dell internal analysis of the combination of CPU storage, memory, graphics and WiFi standard specs on fully-rugged tablets, comparing the Dell Latitude 7230 Rugged Extreme Tablet to the Panasonic Toughbook 33 and Getac F110, using published data available as of April 2022.   
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6 Based on Dell internal analysis, comparing the screen-size and aspect-ratio of the Dell Latitude 7230 Rugged Extreme, with competitor 12" fully-rugged tablets, using published data available in April 2022.

 

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Killexams : Dell Technologies transforms the edge with project frontier software platform
  • Dell’s Project Frontier will deliver an edge operations software platform to securely scale edge applications and infrastructure while supporting choice of software, IoT, operational and multicloud technologies
  • Dell expands ISV partner ecosystem to simplify the deployment of software and applications at the manufacturing edge
  • Dell PowerEdge XR4000, Dell’s shortest depth rugged server, withstands harsh edge conditions and fits in tight spaces
  • Dell Latitude 7230 Rugged Extreme Tablet offers enhanced performance and powerful connectivity for manufacturers, first responders and retailers at the edge

Dubai, United Arab Emirates: Dell Technologies (NYSE:DELL) introduces Project Frontier, which will deliver an edge operations software platform, integrated with Dell’s edge portfolio, for customers to more securely manage and orchestrate edge applications and infrastructure for deployments at global scale.

The complexities of edge operations—in locations from manufacturing floors and retail stores to remote wind turbines—are growing as more organizations want to manage and secure data at the source but have limited IT support to do it. According to a 2022 IDC survey, 42% of businesses say the most challenging aspect of edge deployments is putting together an entire edge solution1. With the amount of data generated growing nine times annually and expected to reach 221 exabytes by 20262, organizations need a simple and effective way to manage and secure the diverse ecosystem of edge technologies.

“We’re seeing exponential growth in applications running at the edge, making edge the next frontier of business transformation—where devices, infrastructure and data come together to deliver real-time insights at scale,” said Gil Shneorson, senior vice president of edge solutions, Dell Technologies. “With this growth, comes complexity. It’s not feasible to have IT staff deployed at every edge location. Our decades of edge experience combined with our new solutions help customers simplify their edge and streamline their data to gain insights ranging from factory safety and the speed and precision of patient care in hospitals, while providing more choice in how they realize their edge and multicloud technologies.”

Dell’s Project Frontier to more securely scale edge operations for any enterprise use case

With the Project Frontier edge operations software platform, customers can expect:

  • Their choice of software applications, IoT frameworks, operational technologies (OT), multicloud environments and future technologies supported by an open design that will consolidate existing and new enterprise edge use cases.
  • Zero Trust-enabled security protection across edge applications, data and infrastructure, from design to deployment, backed by end-to-end supply chain security measures.
  • Greater efficiency and reliability of end-to-end edge operations with centralized management, zero-touch deployment and secure device onboarding.
  • Minimal need for IT expertise in the field with automation to streamline edge deployments and operations across potentially thousands of edge locations.
  • Integration of edge compute and storage hardware with workloads for ease of serviceability and increased security.
  • Global planning and support services across 170 countries to help design edge deployments and create a roadmap for scaling customers' edge infrastructure to meet new demand.

As an example, Dell Technologies is one of the world’s leading technology manufacturers and manages one of the largest global supply chains. Dell plans to deploy the edge platform to deliver increased production line efficiencies by simplifying operations, securely connecting critical data from the production floor to IT infrastructure and enabling real-time reporting of automation data. Additionally, with the Dell Edge Design Program, Dell is collaborating with customers to help design and shape the development of Project Frontier to meet their specific needs.  

“IDC sees a wide range of locations where modern edge workloads will be deployed, and it is critical that these environments are highly resilient and can operate with limited human intervention," said Jennifer Cooke, IDC Research Director for Edge Strategies. “Dell's efforts with its Project Frontier look to be a strong step forward in realizing an architecture to address these needs and help customers streamline their edge operations."

Innovations across Dell infrastructure and end user portfolio simplify edge deployments

As Project Frontier comes to life, Dell is expanding its current edge portfolio to help businesses scale and manage their edge deployments.

  • Edge analytics and operations: Manufacturers can remove complexities and streamline how they deploy edge applications with an enhanced Dell Validated Design for Manufacturing Edge. The solution now includes new Dell-validated partner applications to support advanced edge use cases and Strengthen factory processes and efficiencies, while reducing waste and raw materials usage for more sustainable operations. For example, Claroty provides asset discovery, network protection, threat detection and vulnerability and risk management for cyber-physical systems. Cognex machine vision helps Strengthen manufacturing quality and performance by eliminating defects, verifying assembly and tracking information during the production process. Telit automates data collection and management from sensors, devices, machines and factories with its IoT platform. XMPro creates composable digital twins of factory operations to help manufacturers save time and materials during the factory operating process. Manufacturers can respond quickly to changes in demand and enable reconfigurable production lines with Dell’s private 5G capability.
  • Edge compute and analytics: The Dell PowerEdge XR4000 is the shortest depth server in the Dell PowerEdge family at about the size of a shoebox. The XR4000 is 60% shorter than traditional data center servers, and its multiple mounting options allow it to be installed in a rack, on walls or ceilings, saving valuable floor space. The multi-node, 2U chassis server can survive unpredictable conditions like heat waves or falls. While small, the XR4000 is a high-performance server capable of supporting a wide range of edge workloads and is designed with Intel® Xeon® D processors with multi-operating system as well as optional GPU support. The XR4000 is available with the Dell Validated Design for Manufacturing Edge and powers new Dell VxRail rugged modular nodes, delivering high performance and scalability in high latency, low bandwidth locations.
  • Edge data collection: Built to withstand the most demanding edge locations, the Dell Latitude 7230 Rugged Extreme Tablet is the industry’s lightest3, most powerful4, 12” fully-rugged tablet. Designed to operate in extreme cold and hot environments, this tablet is rated for maximum protection against dust, dirt and water—ideal for first responders and outdoor environments. New Wi-Fi 6E5 capability with dual-band support provides more reliable connectivity, 12th Gen Intel® Core™ processors deliver powerful performance, and optional integrated features, such as a barcode scanner, GPS module and smartcard reader, increase productivity in the field. The tablet is made to be viewed in the brightest, harshest lighting with the largest screen-area for a 12” fully-rugged, military-grade tablet6.

Availability

  • Project Frontier’s edge software platform will be available in 2023.
  • Dell Validated Design for Manufacturing Edge enhancements will be available globally in early 2023.
  • Dell PowerEdge XR4000, also available with Dell OEM customizable options, will be available globally in December 2022.
  • Dell Latitude 7230 Rugged Extreme Tablets will be available globally by end of 2022.

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About Dell Technologies 

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