VCE, the Virtual Computing Environment Company formed by Cisco and EMC with investments from VMware and Intel, delivers Vblock Infrastructure Platforms to reduce IT cost and complexity while meeting the needs of business critical applications. The Vblock platform is the industry's first completely integrated infrastructure, offering end-to-end vendor accountability and a seamless support experience. Advanced platform technologies deliver performance, security, multi-tenancy, and workload mobility. Solutions include horizontal applications, vertical industry offerings, and application development environments. VCE simplifies infrastructure deployment and IT management, allowing customers to focus on business innovation.

The Virtual Computing Environment Company

Vblock platforms deliver performance at scale and unmatched business continuity in a platform engineered for a range of business application. VCE leverages technology and service capabilities from industry-leaders and an extensive partner ecosystem to transform IT.

Meeting the needs of the business used to mean standing up a number of built-to-purpose application silos that were difficult to deploy and even more difficult to manage. Not anymore. Vblock platforms can serve as a standardized infrastructure for a vast array of business critical applications—delivering enterprise level functionality, ease of management, and seamless support to the IT infrastructure.

Vblock Solutions are characterized and tested to ensure predictable performance and reduce deployment risk. VCE shares best practices for migrating applications from physical to virtual environments and for managing those applications to deliver required SLAs.

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An Integrated Infrastructure that Scales to Meet Customer Needs

Workloads drive configurations. That’s why VCE offers a choice of Vblock Infrastructure Platforms that scale to handle a range of workload requirements. VCE delivers predictable performance in a converged infrastructure platform built on industry-leading compute, networking, storage, and virtualization technologies.

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