“PowerOne autonomous infrastructure automates IT so customers can focus less on managing technology and more on benefiting from it,” said Jeff Boudreau, president, Dell Technologies Infrastructure Solutions Group. “As we look to the future, PowerOne offers a tremendous leap forward. It helps customers focus on unleashing the power of data, allowing IT teams to innovate and achieve business goals faster."
PowerOne autonomous infrastructure empowers users to focus on outcomes
At the heart of PowerOne’s autonomous operations is a built-in, advanced automation engine. PowerOne empowers users to focus on their business, whether that means deploying workloads, applications, or developing new products and services. Much like lane assist, navigation and other features in autonomous vehicles, the vehicle does most operations on its own while the passenger must let the car know the desired destination. PowerOne’s advanced automation allows administrators to state a desired business outcome – and the system calculates the best way to do the rest.
The automation engine takes advantage of a Kubernetes microservices architecture and uses Ansible workflows to assist users by automating the component configuration and provisioning, delivering a customer-managed datacenter-as-a-service.
PowerOne provides a single system-level application programming interface (API), giving users the control to create business objective-specific pools of resources. This API can be tied into existing tools, such as service portals, to deliver programmable versus manual IT operations. This is known as Infrastructure as Code - virtually eliminating the need to log in to individual component management systems. With PowerOne, organizations can create workload-ready VMware clusters in only a few clicks2.
Examples of PowerOne autonomous benefits include:
All-in-One System delivers the power of Dell Technologies
PowerOne is designed to deliver the services, security and resiliency required by mission critical and emerging artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) applications while providing easy integration into cloud management toolsets, such as VMware vRealize.
PowerOne components include:
To help organizations realize production benefits even more quickly, Dell Technologies Services offers ProConsult advisory and migration services, ProDeploy onsite experts to accelerate adoption, and ProSupport Plus for ongoing support with a single point of contact. 4
Joining the Dell Technologies Cloud family as a validated design, Dell EMC PowerOne helps customers simplify their path to hybrid cloud by combining the power of Dell EMC infrastructure with VMware cloud software. This helps remove the complexity of managing multiple clouds by bringing consistent infrastructure and operations across private clouds, public clouds, and edge locations.
Dell EMC PowerOne flexible consumption offers on-premises infrastructure, on-demand
Modern workloads need the ability to scale on-demand to meet changing business requirements. PowerOne is available through today’s newly announced Dell Technologies on Demand, empowering customers and channel partners to do business in ways that make sense for them. Dell Technologies on Demand delivers hybrid cloud agility with the control and performance of on-premises infrastructure. Customers only pay for what they use when they use it – just like a service. This makes it easier for organizations to plan, budget, deploy and manage the entire IT lifecycle.
With Dell Technologies on Demand, businesses can choose between several flexible pay-per-use options, along with global support, deployment, and managed services, all designed to simplify and reduce the management of on-premises IT. This gives customers the freedom to shift IT infrastructure spending from one-time capital expenses to ongoing operational expenses in a predictable and sensible way.