In today's rapidly evolving digital economy, organizations must modernize and automate their IT infrastructure to leverage vast amounts of valuable data and draw relevant insights. These data-driven insights allow organizations to take meaningful action toward achieving business outcomes related to innovation, customer experience, security and reliability.

Dell Technologies & WWT: Optimize Your IT Infrastructure

Optimize Your IT Infrastructure With Dell Technologies

Improved customer satisfaction and revenue

In a 2018 IDC white paper sponsored by Dell Technologies and Intel, organizations were identified as "Thrivers" or "Survivors" based on their success in using data to differentiate themselves and develop a competitive advantage. Thrivers have a deep understanding of their operational data and use this knowledge to improve customer satisfaction. These organizations experienced up to a 75 percent increase in customer satisfaction, a 70 percent increase in new customer acquisition and a six percent increase in per customer revenue. 

Improved customer satisfaction and revenue


Data protection benefits

For many organizations, a key motivator for modernizing infrastructure is gaining tighter security controls for improved data protection. Modern IT environments encounter 39 percent less security breaches and a 71 percent faster data recovery window.


Increased productivity and reduced costs

A modernized infrastructure allows IT staff to spend less time on day-to-day activities and more time delivering business value. IDC calculates that IT teams with modernized infrastructure are 35 percent more productive. Additionally, these teams spend 73 percent less time on unplanned downtime and 23 percent less on IT infrastructure costs.

Dell Technologies Solutions and Products

Our strategic partnership with Dell Technologies allows us to provide hands-on access to their leading IT modernization solutions.


Simplify the complexities of multicloud architecture and reduce risk by implementing a consistent management approach and strategy across private and public clouds.

Solutions include: Dell Technologies Cloud and Dell EMC Cloud for Azure Stack

High-Value Workloads

Modernize your IT environments to leverage the power of your data and innovate faster. Easily manage critical workloads from core to edge to cloud while benefiting from real-time intelligence and responsive application development. 

Solutions include: Microsoft SQL, Oracle, SAP and High-Performance Computing

Hyperconverged Infrastructure (HCI)

Leverage Dell Tech's HCI solutions to easily scale, operate and accomplish complex workloads.

Solutions include: VxRail and VxFlex

Converged Infrastructure (CI)

Simplify operations by combining compute, storage, networking and data protection in fully engineered systems and validated designs.

Solutions include: PowerOne and VxBlock


Achieve business success with servers designed for web, enterprise and hyperscale applications at scale. Intelligent automation and integrated security drive increased productivity and protect your organization and customers. 

Solutions include: PowerEdge VRTX, PowerEdge MX and PowerEdge


Get the most out of your data by seamlessly scaling and moving critical workloads from core to edge to cloud. 

Solutions include: PowerMax, PowerStore, Isilon, XtremeIO and UnityXT

Data Protection

Effectively manage, protect, archive and recover your data on-premises and in the cloud with consistent visibility even as your business grows.

Solutions include: Data Protection Suite, PowerProtect DD Series and X Series Appliances, Integrated Data Protection Appliances (IDPA) and PowerProtect Data Manager

Why WWT for Dell Technologies solutions

Our complete services portfolio can help accelerate your journey to IT modernization.

Application Development Services
Consulting Services
Lab Services
Supply Chain and Integration Services




Dell EMC VxRail

Powered by VMware vSAN and Dell EMC PowerEdge servers, VxRail is the only fully integrated, pre-configured, and pre-tested VMware hyper-converged appliance on the market. VxRail transforms HCI networking and simplifies VMware cloud adoption, while meeting HCI use cases, including support for the most demanding workloads and applications.



Dell EMC PowerStore: PowerStore Manager

In this self-paced lab you will be introduced to the all new PowerStore Management UI. In this lab we will walk through at a high level the Dashboard, Monitoring, Compute, Storage, Protection, Migration, Hardware and Settings views.



Dell EMC IDPA DP4400

The Dell EMC IDPA DP4400 is the latest release in the converged Integrated Data Protection Appliance line. Providing up to 96TB of usable capacity in a 2U appliance, the DP4400 is simply powerful data protection for mid-size organizations and remote and branch offices of larger enterprises. Combining backup, replication, deduplication, search, analytics, instant access and restore, as well as DR and long-term retention to the cloud, the DP4400 provides comprehensive data protection that is simple to deploy, simple to manage and simple to upgrade.



Dell EMC Unity XT: Unisphere Management

In this self-paced lab you will be introduced to the Unisphere UI for Unity XT. Topics covered include Settings, Dashboard and System categories.



Dell EMC Elastic Cloud Storage (ECS)

Dell EMC ECS is an industry-leading object storage platform built to support traditional and next-generation workloads. Available in multiple consumption models — software defined, as a turnkey appliance, or as a service operated by Dell EMC— ECS empowers organizations of all sizes to economically store and manage unstructured data at any scale, for any length of time.



Dell EMC PowerMax: Unisphere Management

In this self-paced lab you will be introduced to the Unisphere UI for PowerMax. Topics covered include system settings, home page, performance reporting and provisioning.



Dell PowerStore Ansible Lab

Learn to automate Dell's PowerStore using Ansible and Red Hat Ansible Tower. This lab provides an overview of Ansible and dives into Ansible Tower to understand how they work together to simplify automation for Dell's PowerStore storage solutions.



Dell EMC Data Protection Central (DPC)

Data Protection Central simplifies the management experience across the Dell EMC Data Protection Suite, offering intelligent dashboards for quick problem identification and intuitive workflows to mitigate common operational issues, helps to generate quick top SLA reports and quick search and restore of files. WWT has built and deployed Data Protection Central as part of the Dell EMC Integrated Data Protection Appliance. DPC is also available de-coupled from IDPA via OVA. DPC offers a modern HTML5 interface backed by a MongoDB backend, giving enterprises a single point of control to manage their Dell EMC Data Protection environment.


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Briefing Server Infrastructure

Data-centric Workload Modernization Briefing

Today's businesses rely on rich data-driven decisions to help them achieve their goals, but the explosion of data and the need to analyze it as close to real-time as possible is challenging even the most powerful legacy systems. This need is driving technological innovation in the areas of chip design, computation, storage, and networking, allowing businesses to re-think how they architect and operate infrastructure for data-intensive workloads. This briefing explores modern data-intensive workload technologies, products, and solutions to help identity which solutions work best to meet an organization's needs.
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Briefing Itential

Infrastructure Automation Briefing

Infrastructure Automation is the cornerstone that allows IT to provide consumable infrastructure for development and application teams inside your organization. Automation is also key to reducing toil and having engineering and operations teams focus on important work and driving your business into the future. However, for many, getting started with Automation can seem like a daunting task, and prioritizing where to start can be a difficult decision.
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Briefing Nutanix - Product

Hyper-Converged Infrastructure Briefing

Hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI) offers organizations software-centric data center infrastructure that seamlessly integrates compute, storage, networking and virtualization technologies. This briefing explores the HCI market, who the top players are, what are the appropriate use cases, what differentiates the different vendors and commonly asked questions when evaluating or integrating HCI. As part of the briefing, we will also include a live demonstration of our on-demand HCI labs and explain how to access them.
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Briefing Infrastructure Automation

Software-Defined Data Center (SDDC) Briefing

This briefing gives your organization the opportunity to better understand the considerations for building a software-defined data center (SDDC) architecture. SDDC is a foundational element to all cloud services (public and private) and has implications for cost optimization and modern application support.


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Workshop Dell/EMC Storage

Hyper-Converged Infrastructure Workshop

Our Hyper-Converged Infrastructure (HCI) Workshop is a strategic and interactive session focused on helping customers understand the differences between HCI vendors. The workshop exercises allow customers to build custom evaluations that reflect different vendor's abilities to meet requirements.
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Workshop NetApp - Product

Data Protection Cloud Workshop

The Data Protection Cloud Workshop delivers expert insight into proven best practices to realign your stated (and unstated) data protection objectives. You will get an objective assessment of your current capabilities and identify any obstacles that may be impeding success.
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Workshop Object Storage
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Workshop Secondary Storage

Secondary Storage and Data Protection Workshop

The goal of this workshop is to help customers catalog their current state for backup, recovery and archive; evaluate their options; and determine the best solution for their overall specific requirements. The WWT data protection practice understands the significant transformation that is associated with architecture for the modern and software-defined data center. WWT experts will assist you with modernizing your environment through on-premise automation, cloud data management, exploring how to protect mission critical workloads while simplifying management, and looking for ways to reduce overall operational spend.

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