Dell Launches New AWS, Azure Multi-Cloud Security Solutions

“The availability of cloud services has enabled us to establish a new practise focused on delivering complete implementation of Dell Products integrated with the cloud,” claims Rick Gouin, CTO of Winslow Technology Group.

Dell Technologies is working hard to improve its cybersecurity alliances with Microsoft Azure and Amazon Web Services (AWS), two of the top public cloud service providers in the world. Through the integration of AWS and Azure with its PowerProtect data protection and replication technology, the firm hopes to maximise the potential of multi-cloud settings. This decision will open up new commercial options for Dell’s channel partners and make the user experience with the cloud simpler.

The news was made at Dell Technologies World, where the firm also unveiled the introduction of CyberSense for Dell PowerProtect Cyber Recovery for AWS and Dell PowerProtect Cyber Recovery for Microsoft Azure. By establishing technological alliances and interfaces with AWS and Azure, these new solutions will enable partners to better secure more business. At Presidio, a top supplier of servers, storage, and hyperconverged infrastructure, Dan O’Brien, senior vice president of technology solutions, said, “Having the capacity to say ‘Hey. There are integrations between us and the public cloud. And having both Azure and Amazon there meets many of the workload needs of the clients. Customers have contracts or inclinations to do business with one or the other, so you need that flexibility.

Customers will have more freedom to select which public cloud they prefer to utilise thanks to the integration of Dell’s PowerProtect technology with Azure and AWS. Data security and recovery solutions are vital since more and more businesses are moving to the cloud. Customers will be able to safeguard their crucial data across various cloud environments thanks to the integration of Dell’s PowerProtect solution with Azure and AWS, guaranteeing that they can swiftly recover from any potential data loss or breaches.

Recent years have seen an apparent thawing of relations between Dell and its cloud rivals, opening up new commercial opportunities for its partners. Previously, AWS and Azure were seen as direct competitors of Dell, but in recent years, the business has changed its strategy.

Customers can safeguard their data across various cloud environments with the help of Dell’s PowerProtect Cyber Recovery solution for Azure and CyberSense for AWS. Customers are able to safeguard their data in Azure and retrieve it in the case of a data loss or breach thanks to the Azure solution. Customers may identify possible risks in their AWS environment using CyberSense for AWS and take appropriate action.

For Dell, integrating its PowerProtect cybersecurity solution with Azure and AWS represents a big advancement. It would enable Dell to provide better customer service and give clients the freedom to protect their data in various cloud settings. As data protection and recovery solutions become more crucial, Dell’s collaboration with