If you haven’t followed Dell’s growth in enterprise software, you’ll be surprised to learn that it’s making enough small, medium and large companies happy to become a $2 billion-per-year business.
Quest is gaining momentum as a complementary offering to Dell’s computing hardware. Through a strategy of steady development and acquisition, software has become a huge business for Dell, with the Information Management Group a strong contributor.
In an interview at Dell World early this month, Matt Wolken, vice president and general manager of Dell’s Information Management Group, described how the group has grown and changed over the last few years. Its strategy and approach have been to keep up with its customers’ ever-increasing need for tools for databases, analytics, integration and development, while supporting environments as varied as Oracle, DB2, SQL Server and Sybase, plus dozens of different data sources.
You can see the entire interview in this video, which includes these highlights:
The interview offers insight into the role of the Information Management Group and some of the upcoming moves you can expect from us in database tools and analytics.