VMware’s One Cloud, Any Application, Any Device means IT can build a unified hybrid cloud across public, private, and managed clouds. When built on our industry-leading Software-Defined Data Center architecture which brings together best-in-class compute, storage, networking virtualization and management offerings, a unified hybrid cloud lets you rapidly develop, automatically deliver and manage all of your enterprise applications, no matter where they reside, from one, unified platform.
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The software-defined approach extends industry-leading vSphere virtualization beyond compute to network and storage, making data center services as easy and inexpensive to configure and manage as virtual machines. VCE VxRAIL, a hyper-converged infrastructure appliance, is a building block for SDDC, delivering compute, networking, storage and management.
Unified, policy-driven technology automates and manages IT services across heterogeneous clouds. Unlike legacy solutions, the platform is purpose-built to orchestrate the changing dynamics of software-defined workloads.
Applications and services can be provisioned and run on both on-premises private clouds and secure infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) platforms, with seamless workload mobility across the hybrid environment. You can utilize virtually any hardware, minimizing the need for specialized infrastructure.
Go to the developer center to learn about the newly announced Federation Software-Defined Data Center – a joint solution with best-of-breed technologies from EMC, Pivotal with RSA and VMware. Designed to meet the needs of mission critical enterprise applications, this fully integrated, engineered, tested and validated solution will help you accelerate your transition to a Software-Defined Enterprise.
"We looked at the whole technical landscape, and we came to a really simple conclusion. We knew we were going to build an internal cloud to put our core internal operation platforms on. How do we operate faster, cheaper, better, and more secure? VMware was the choice.”
David Giambruno, Senior Vice President and CIO, Tribune Media
VMware Validated Designs span the entire Software-Defined Data Center (SDDC). Get the most from your SDDC with comprehensive, system-level designs and architectures that include recommended operations for Day 0, Day 1, Day 2 and beyond.
Each design is accompanied by a reference design guide with instructions on what to build and why. You also get an execution guide with step-by-step instructions on how to build the validated design; solution blueprints; design best practices; troubleshooting tips and more – all expertly created and validated by VMware.
As the foundation for VMware’s complete Software-Defined Data Center platform, vSphere is the starting point for building your Software-Defined Data Center. With vSphere in place, you can seamlessly extend virtualization to storage and network services and add automated, policy-based provisioning and management.
Brings together VMware’s industry-leading vSphere hypervisor and VMware vRealize Suite in a single package. VMware’s new portable licensing units allows vRealize Suite capabilities to easily be leveraged to manage, vSphere, non-vSphere and Public Cloud workloads.
VMware’s network virtualization platform, NSX, deploys on top of existing physical network hardware and supports the newest fabrics and geometries from all vendors. Existing applications and monitoring tools work smoothly with NSX without any modifications.
An enterprise-ready, cloud management platform the delivers the industry’s most complete solution for managing a heterogeneous, hybrid cloud. Delivered in Standard, Advanced and Enterprise editions, vRealize Suite is designed to meet the specific needs of enterprises addressing Intelligent Operations, Automated IT to IaaS and DevOps-Ready IT use cases.
VMware vCloud Air is a secure, dedicated hybrid cloud platform built on VMware vSphere. An agile IaaS platform, it supports existing workloads and third-party applications, as well as new application development.
Create radically simple shared storage for virtual machines from server-based storage, enabling a resilient, high-performance scale-out architecture that reduces TCO by as much as 50 percent.
Learn how VMware Software-Defined Data Center positions enterprises to securely leverage a hybrid cloud and successfully navigate the mobile-cloud era.