HOPKINTON, Mass., May 13, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
- New EMC Proven™ Solution for private cloud computing helps simplify design, deployment and operation of virtualized private cloud running SAP® solutions and is optimized for performance, cost and IT efficiency
- New EMC Proven Solution for disaster recovery designed to extend private cloud for SAP applications for more consistent failover, point-in-time recovery, and non-disruptive testing of recovery plans
- Several customers running SAP applications deploy private cloud on EMC® and VMware® solutions, including James Hardie, Kindred Healthcare and Mediaprint
- New services collaboration between EMC, VMware and SAP expected to help accelerate transformation of SAP applications to private cloud while simplifying IT management and enabling business innovation
EMC (NYSE: EMC) today announced new transformational solutions and services that are intended to help customers move workloads of SAP® solutions to next-generation private cloud infrastructures. To help build a foundation for private cloud computing, EMC® is also deepening its relationship with SAP and VMware® by integrating their respective services capabilities and helping customers accelerate full-lifecycle transformation of SAP applications to virtualized x86 environments. These new additions are expected to help and revolutionize IT organizations and operations by simplifying the design, planning and operation of on-premise cloud computing infrastructures that take advantage of the latest EMC, SAP and VMware technologies. Through a combination of services and solutions EMC, together with SAP and VMware, intends to enable customers running SAP solutions to simplify IT management and focus on innovation and competitive advantage while reducing costs.New EMC Proven Solutions Tailored For Private Cloud Optimization of SAP Solutions Customers making the transformation to on-premise cloud computing will seek to optimize their IT landscape to maximize productivity of SAP application-based workloads and the IT and Basis administrators responsible for managing them.