Catch Intel at AWS re:Invent 2020 and SAP TechEd. Then meet the all-new Microsoft Azure Stack HCI during Dell’s virtual launch event. Plus learn how Intel is working with Google Cloud to simplify enterprise cloud deployments and how Intel and VMware are enabling cloud-ready networks.
This week through December 18, Intel and AWS will showcase the fruits of a long-standing relationship at AWS re:Invent 2020. Register now to catch key Intel sessions and demos and to learn how 14 years of co-innovation has produced mission-critical enterprise applications, massively scalable analytics, HPC, AI, and IoT solutions.
Join Intel for next week’s SAP TechEd virtual event to learn how you can deliver business agility through well-architected solutions with Intel inside. During the event, Intel’s Jan Krueger will break down the SAP solution deployment stages, covering what questions to ask and which architecture/infrastructure options to consider. Register today!
Looking to enable a hybrid cloud backed by an enterprise-class infrastructure or consume HCI-as-a-Service? On December 10, hear how an all-new integrated system—combining the new Microsoft Azure Stack HCI OS with Dell Technologies’ intelligent infrastructure foundation—can simplify complex tasks through unique full-stack lifecycle management capabilities.
To help enterprise customers expedite their hybrid- and multi-cloud deployments, Intel and Google Cloud have developed reference architectures for Anthos on bare metal. Optimized to target the unique feature set of Intel processors, the new architectures provide consistency as customers move containerized applications between common architectures within different cloud environments.
Now more than ever, enterprises need to build cloud-ready networks capable of securely connecting business locations, remote employees, customer interactions, siloed business applications, and data. Intel’s Bob Ghaffari explores these challenges and highlights how Intel works with partners like VMware to enable cloud-ready networks so enterprises can get the most from their network infrastructure.