Dell EMC Vscale Architecture is a modular, pre-engineered architecture for modern, scalable, and flexible data centers to meet evolving workload demands and support digital transformation of businesses.
It combines the market-leading Dell EMC portfolio of converged infrastructure systems with pools of compute, storage, and data protection resources; a common network fabric; a common layer of management software; and a path for further data center transformation through integration with existing legacy IT investments.
The FlexPod platform, developed by NetApp and Cisco, is a flexible, converged infrastructure solution that delivers prevalidated storage, networking, and server technologies. It’s designed to increase IT responsiveness to business demands while reducing your overall cost of computing. Think maximum uptime, minimal risk.
Dell Vscale Architecture is ranked 9th in Converged Infrastructure while FlexPod is ranked 1st in Converged Infrastructure with 12 reviews. Dell Vscale Architecture is rated 0.0, while FlexPod is rated 8.8. On the other hand, the top reviewer of FlexPod writes "Integrates everything so you are using fewer tools". Dell Vscale Architecture is most compared with Dell VxBlock System and Hitachi Unified Compute Platform HC Series, whereas FlexPod is most compared with Cisco HyperFlex HX-Series, Dell PowerEdge VRTX, Nutanix Acropolis AOS and Dell PowerFlex.
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