Maestro is an integrated management platform that offers a single abstraction layer to all your infrastructure components, such as storage, network and hypervisor, be it bare metal, container or virtualization with Hyper-V, ESXi or OCH. With a true agnostic abstraction model, Maestro offers the flexibility of running private and public servers under the same management layer and is flexible enough to offer the capability of choosing where your workload should run, becoming your Datacenter Operating System
Maestro is a framework whose physical compute, storage and network fabric resources are treated as services. With Maestro, resources are logically pooled so that administrators don't have to physically configure hardware to support a specific software application. Instead, developers defines the application’s requirements for physical infrastructure using policies and service profiles and then the software uses application programming interface (API) calls to create (compose) the infrastructure it needs to run on bare metal, as a virtual machine (VM) or as a container.
A highly composable system provides recombinant components that can be selected and assembled in various combinations to satisfy specific user requirements.
Maestro negates the need for Administrators to be concerned with the physical location of infrastructure components.
Maestro multi-cloud provisions infrastructure at the speed of public cloud so you can focus on the outcomes.
Use your own physical infrastructure in a more cost-effective manner by reducing waste and the amount of time it takes to deploy a new application.
Maestro goes beyond simply converging or hyper converging hardware, compute and storage into a single integrated unit. Maestro abstracts the entire IT infrastructure: it treats physical compute, storage and network devices as services, and manages all of IT via a single application. This eliminates the need to configure hardware to support specific applications and allows the infrastructure to be managed by software command. Maestro create pools of resources that are automatically composed in near real time to meet compute needs, intelligently.
As Maestro is capable of abstracting resources from both, local and public clouds, IT Administrators can now move unmodified workloads, even your VMware virtual machines, between cloud environments, both local and public, based on requirements such as performance, price or others
Through a strong partnership with Dell EMC, Maestro can be provided both as an appliance or pure software