Dell EMC Releases ECM Platform for Virtual IT Infrastructure

ELIZABETH O'DOWD | November 10, 2016

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Dell EMC’s content management solution focuses on virtualization as organizations increase adoption of software-defined data centers (SDDCs) and virtual servers. Documentum 7.3 caters to virtual cloud deployments, simplifying the management and delivery of data.

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Like a lot of IT teams, we’re tasked with delivering reliable services and applications while responding e¬ciently to the business needs of a growing company. We’re moving toward a virtualized data center, but the downside is that we’re struggling to manage the increasing complexity of our IT infrastructure. Legacy tools and point solutions have fallen short for us, leaving us buried under mountains of monitoring data. We need a management solution that will enable us to operate faster and scale our business. We compared Dell Foglight, SolarWinds, VMTurbo, and vRealize Operations and this is what we learned:

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Like a lot of IT teams, we’re tasked with delivering reliable services and applications while responding e¬ciently to the business needs of a growing company. We’re moving toward a virtualized data center, but the downside is that we’re struggling to manage the increasing complexity of our IT infrastructure. Legacy tools and point solutions have fallen short for us, leaving us buried under mountains of monitoring data. We need a management solution that will enable us to operate faster and scale our business. We compared Dell Foglight, SolarWinds, VMTurbo, and vRealize Operations and this is what we learned:

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