Durham, NC, January 23, 2019 --(PR.com
)-- Outdated servers and unwieldy management tools can monopolize IT teams’ time and prevent admins from responding to business needs as they arise. The Intel Xeon Scalable processor-powered Dell EMC PowerEdge MX platform, paired with OpenManage Enterprise, can help IT admins carry out common management tasks quickly and easily, freeing them for more strategic IT work.
According to the report, “Using the kinetic infrastructure of the Dell EMC PowerEdge MX could help IT admins spend 86.8 percent less admin time implementing VMware vSAN and 19 fewer steps updating firmware, compared to a Cisco UCS solution. The modular nature of the PowerEdge MX solution also enables IT teams to respond to shifting storage needs by provisioning storage dynamically - the Cisco UCS solution, by contrast, would require admins to provision additional storage on standalone servers outside the chassis.”
The Intel processor-powered Dell EMC PowerEdge MX solution provisioned assignable storage in just 1 minute 37 seconds, while the Cisco UCS solution offered no in-chassis assignable storage module. The Dell EMC platform also allowed PT engineers to deploy a server node in 45.2 percent less admin time, deployed an additional server node with 76.6 percent less admin time, and deployed three subsequent server nodes with 91.3 percent less admin time than the Cisco UCS solution. The Dell EMC solution’s steady progress in server node deployment indicates that its advantage over the Cisco UCS solution would only continue to grow. Whether admins needed to deploy 10 servers or 1,000, they would benefit from the time and steps savings offered by the Dell EMC PowerEdge MX.
To learn more about how a Dell EMC PowerEdge MX solution could help save time and effort for IT admins, read the full report at facts.pt/sa2cwiu
, executive summary at http://facts.pt/grugo8j
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