Dell Technologies Inc. have announced its fiscal fourth quarter and full years results for 2019. This is its first earnings report since going public back in December of 2018. Overall the numbers look good as does the company’s stock performance that has steadily climbed since its return to trading.
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While Nutanix paints its HCI strategy as pure software, Dell comes at HCI from three directions: It has VMware vSAN software, Dell PowerEdge servers and Dell EMC's storage technology.
While Nutanix HCI sales are slowing, Dell reports booming HCI sales from VMware and Dell EMC. It took VMware a few revs of vSAN to get all the functionality and packaging right, but it has momentum now. VMware reported more than 60% year-over-year growth in vSAN license bookings last quarter.
Virtualised IT infrastructure is increasingly being used across a very wide range of sectors, from finance through to fashion and food. It is a virtual computer system that uses software to simulate the functions and systems of hardware to enable multiple apps and operating systems to be run on a single server to leverage economies of scale and efficiency. Virtualised IT has a lot of advantages, especially for smaller businesses with more restricted budgets – these are just a few of the benefits available to any enterprise that opts to virtualise.