Dell EMC’s Cameron Chehreh: App Portfolio Should Guide Agencies’ IT Infrastructure Choice

Cameron Chehreh

TYSONS CORNER, VA, July 5, 2018 — Cameron Chehreh, chief technology officer and vice president of presales engineering at Dell EMC‘s federal business, believes it is important for federal agencies to first understand their application portfolio and modernization strategy prior to deploying a new information technology infrastructure, ExecutiveBiz reported Friday.

He said in a Meritalk report published June 27 that applications can have particular attributes that match better with a specific converged infrastructure option, which he says should guide agencies looking to optimize their data centers.

“Whatever the case, there is a specific infrastructure technology that will work best, and also things like hyperconvergence that might offer greater extensibility and interoperability by harmonizing multiple capabilities in the data center onto a common platform and software fabric,” Chehreh said in the report.

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