The More Secure, Purpose-Built Platform

Sorry Microsoft, the Future Is Not Built on a 20-Year-Old Platform.

 

The More Secure, Purpose-Built Platform

According to Microsoft, Windows Hyper-V is built for the future. The problem with Microsoft’s future? It’s stuck in the past. It’s really a 20-year-old operating system retrofitted with virtualization. That’s a future filled with more bugs, more security holes, and more headaches.

VMware built a secure, reliable, purpose-built platform that’s optimized to help your business go forward. You’ll be building on the platform trusted by hundreds of public cloud service providers and proven in thousands of private cloud deployments.

When you’re not trying to maintain a legacy monopoly in server operating systems, like Microsoft is, you can really build for the future.

VMware’s Customer Stories

VMware helped JSR expand their operations to the cloud and deliver a competitive edge

VMware came top of our evaluation in terms of cost effectiveness and we were very impressed with the tools and features available with vSphere. Other solutions, such as Microsoft Hyper V, were overly complex and unsuitable for a business of our size.

Richard H

VMware delivered to The National Institute of Education (NIE) a flexible, robust, highly available infrastructure for their critical applications

Our proof of concept—which involved testing and creating virtual machines, conducting a physical-to-virtual migration for some of our servers and testing the vMotion feature for high availability—convinced us that VMware had the most mature and flexible product.

Tan H.

Myron Steves was able to cut disaster recovery times and costs with VMware virtualization

Our disaster recovery was costing us $400,000 per year. By eliminating that cost, our VMware infrastructure paid for itself within 10 months.

Tim M.

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