Intel and Ericsson Transform Hyperscale Cloud Technologies – Conversations in the Cloud – Episode 62

September 30th, 2016 |
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In this Intel Conversations in the Cloud audio podcast: Jason Hoffman, VP and Head of Product Area Cloud Infrastructure at Ericsson, joins us to talk about technologies for the hyperscale cloud and the possibility to run your data center as an industrialized factory with an end to end supply chain view. Jason chats about Ericsson’s Datacenter Automation Platform (DAP), which was announced at the recent Intel Developer Forum. DAP answers business intelligence questions like: What is in the data center? What is the cost to deliver a digital object? What is the history of you infrastructure? Jason notes that Ericsson helps modernize network, server, storage, and analytics tools across multiple vendors. The Ericsson Hyperscale Datacenter System 8000, which is supported by Intel Rack Scale Design, is also discussed. It provides component disaggregation for scaling, upgrades and maintenance, infrastructure monitoring through Ericsson Command Center, and app provisioning via virtual performance optimized data centers (vPODs).

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