27 Feb

Are You Ready to Bundle?

first_imgAt VMworld US, we talked to many customers, partners and other attendees about some exciting new advancements to our Ready Bundle for Virtualization. Version 2.0 of this powerful solution includes compelling features and benefits, delivering greater flexibility, confidence and time to value.We are also excited to announce that the Ready Bundle is now VMware Validated Design (VVD) certified. This makes it easier than ever for customers to build a private cloud solution following prescriptions for deployment, operation and updates. Learn more by visiting the VMware Compatibility Guide.The Ready Bundle includes the newly designed, 14th generation of Dell EMC’s PowerEdge server portfolio, giving you a secure, scalable compute platform ideal for cloud, analytics or software-defined data center initiatives.According to Michelle Bailey, Chief Research Officer at 451 Research, “The next transition in enterprise architecture will increasingly be built on flexible hyper-converged infrastructures, those that simplify procurement and ongoing operations with a single supplier, lowering risks of implementation while helping speed time to delivery. Dell EMC’s new generation of servers is geared toward addressing many of these issues with intelligent management and automation capabilities.”[1]Storage also gets an upgrade in our Ready Bundle update, so customers can get exactly what they need for your specific application requirements. They can now choose all-flash from our Unity Storage portfolio to suit their performance, capacity and cost parameters.Build a Ready Bundle for Virtualization in Minutes.The Dell EMC System Builder can help customers quickly configure their system, with a comprehensive recommendation optimized for interoperability, performance, and stability.Anxious to learn more? Let’s get ready to bundle! Check out the Ready Bundle for Virtualization solution overview and our handy System Builder.__________________________________________________________________________[1] Press Release – “Dell EMC Drives IT Transformation with the New 14th Generation of PowerEdge Servers,” May 8, 2017last_img read more

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8 Sep

Peter Rufai Heads ASFU Organising Committee

first_imgAs the much anticipated preliminary round of matches of the maiden African Students Football Union (ASFU) Championship kick off in Ijebu Ode and Ibadan from tomorrow, former Super Eagles captain and goalkeeper, Peter Rufai Has been nominated as the chairman of Main Organising Committee.According to the President of ASFU, Professor Seun Omotayo, other notable former internationals involved in the project as ambassadors include; Julius Aghahowa and Seyi Olofinjana are ambassadors. The programme is expected to attract students from other countries especially along the west coast of Africa.Professor Omotayo disclosed that the duo of Aghahowa and Olofinjana had donated trophies for the highest goal scorer and that if he overall winner of the tournament. Peter Rufai Omotayo said the championship, which is an invitational one, would be used as a qualifier for the World Students Football League which will come up later this year.According to the organisers, Group A, has teams from Tai Solarin University of Education, Edo State University, Kenyatta University, Lagos State University and the University of Lagos. They will play their matches at the Dipo Dina International Stadium, Ijebu Ode.In Group B which will be based at the Adamasingba Stadium, Ibadan teams from University of Ibadan, Ahmadu Bello University, Ayo Babalola University, University of Tamale from Ghana and a university from Zimbabwe.Semifinals and the final matches would be held on 26 and 27 January at the Agege Stadium respectively.The participating institutions are; Lagos State University, University of Ibadan, University of Lagos, University of Development Studies, Tamale, Ghana, Ahmadu Bello University Zaria, Kenyatta University, Kenya, Joseph Ayo Babalola University, University of Zimbabwe, Bulawayo and Edo State University.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more

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