Dell EMC The Source 104: Amughan Ahmad at Microsoft Ignite

Dell EMC The Source 104: Amughan Ahmad at Microsoft Ignite

This morning’s Dell EMC Press release reads “Dell EMC Expands Commitment to Microsoft Customers with Converged Infrastructure Advancements” covers the latest Converged Platforms designed to accelerate our customers Microsoft application deployments. From the latest Dell EMC XC Series data protection integration, Microsoft Azure Stack integration and Dell EMC Ready bundles for Microsoft SQL Server and Microsoft Storage spaces.

While the press release specifically targeted our latest Microsoft Announcements, timed with Microsoft Ignite. In reality, this is the latest in a long line of Dell EMC Converged and Hyper-Converged application enablement.

While I was at Microsoft Ignite I sit down with Armughan Ahmad (@ArmughanAA), SVP & GM, Solutions & Alliances. We talked Customer Priorities and providing choice, regardless of application requirements, from Do It Yourself to Ready Nodes, Ready Bundles and Ready Systems. Dell EMC can accelerate your application deployments.

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