EMC has launched a native hybrid Cloud – a turnkey platform for cloud-native application development and deployment.Native Hybrid Cloud is built on the VCE VxRack System 1000, a hyper-converged rack-scale infrastructure providing a turnkey IaaS experience for application development, deployment, and operationsThe platform leverages Pivotal Cloud Foundry, and offers an add-on option that produces a toolkit for data scientists to perform big data analytics.

In the near future, the VMware Photon Platform will be supported on Neutrino Nodes, along with data fabric options including, but not limited to the Apache Hadoop ecosystem, says EMC. For deployments that require an off-premise IaaS option, the Native Hybrid Cloud offers day one support for  public clouds like Virtustream Enterprise Cloud, VMware vCloud Air, Amazon Web Services (AWS), or Microsoft Azure. Native Hybrid Cloud delivers 93 percent faster time-to-code compared to a practice where customers build a complete cloud-native platform from the ground up.

EMC Native Hybrid Cloud with VxRack System with Neutrino Nodes and FLEX Nodes will be available starting in Q3, 2016.

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