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Dell EMC Unity Cloud Edition runs the same Operating Environment as the Dell EMC Unity storage platforms and Dell EMC UnityVSA and supports the VMware Cloud on Amazon AWS environment.
When you are ready to deploy Dell EMC Unity Cloud Edition for full production, contact a Sales Associate, Dell EMC Authorized Reseller, or visit Dell EMC UnityVSA in the Dell EMC Store to purchase a UnityVSA Production license for up to 50 TB of unified storage.
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The download package contains the Dell EMC UnityVSA Cloud Edition Operating Environment OVA installation file that can be deployed on to VMware Cloud on AWS.
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License requirements:While there are no further licensing or registration requirements to run Dell EMC UnityVSA Cloud Edition for non-production use, if you are ready to purchase Dell EMC UnityVSA Cloud Edition, contact your Sales Associate, Dell EMC Authorized Reseller, or visit Dell EMC UnityVSA in the Dell EMC Store.
|Dell EMC UnityVSA Cloud Edition|
|RAM for each Dell EMC UnityVSA Cloud Edition VM||12 GB|
|vCPU for each Dell EMC UnityVSA Cloud Edition VM||2 vCPU|
|I/O Ports (Management)||1|
|I/O Ports (Data)||4|
|Maximum Usable Capacity||4TB Community Edition / 10TB, 25TB, and 50TB Professional Edition|
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