Dell Is Aiming For A Multi-cloud Ecosystem

Dell is releasing a suite of tools to assist customers in detecting and recovering from cyber assaults, as well as making it easier for them to run analytics without having to migrate their data.
SIA Team
May 3, 2022

With the launch of Apex Cyber Recovery, Dell Technologies is boosting its Apex-as-a-service portfolio to move beyond infrastructure and target additional workload-based solutions, one year after launching it. The service aims to make the deployment of cyber recovery solutions easier by using standard setups and recovery choices.

“With Apex Cyber Recovery, customers can feel confident in their ability to recover from a damaging cyber assault and achieve increased agility by outsourcing the day-to-day administration of data protection,” Dell Apex product management vice president Chad Dunn told the media during an Apex conference.

The release of PowerProtect Cyber Recovery for Microsoft Azure on the Azure Marketplace, the IT giant is also expanding its reach in the multi-cloud environment. Dell claims that it will enable businesses to set up an isolated cyber vault in the public cloud, from which they can recover to their primary corporate data center, an Azure private network, or a clean Azure environment if necessary.

The announcement follows Dell’s previous announcement of a comparable solution for Amazon Web Services (AWS).

CyberSense, which utilizes analytics, metadata, and machine learning to proactively detect, diagnose, and speed up data recovery after an attack, as well as locate the last known uncorrupted copy of data to recover from, has been released on AWS Marketplace by Dell.

CyberSense for Dell PowerProtect Cyber Recovery for AWS and PowerProtect Cyber Recovery for Microsoft Azure will both be globally available in Q2.