OVH is now operating the vCloud Air service, which it acquired in May 2017. OVH and VMware will continue partnering on go-to-market and customer support around the key vCloud Air use cases: data center extension, data center consolidation, and data center recovery. At the same time, VMware is offering new cloud services to help you achieve consistent infrastructure and operations across clouds.
OVH is a global, hyper-scale cloud provider delivering best-in-class performance and maximum value to companies worldwide. OVH is one of the largest cloud service providers in the world with over 1.3 million customers, including Fortune 500 companies and top higher educational institutions.
OVH has been a long-time VMware partner. The acquisition of vCloud Air brings the OVH global infrastructure ecosystem to vCloud Air customers. Customers will experience enhanced network performance, workload mobility, and fast, automated provisioning. OVH delivers this to customers around the world with its 12 Tbps network, 27 energy efficient data centers, and 33 points of presence. Learn more about vCloud Air powered by OVH.
vCloud Air is designed specifically to meet enterprise needs and deliver a secure, hybrid cloud experience. Since its inception, vCloud Air has serviced industry-leading customers as they embrace an on-premise and externally-hosted hybrid cloud environment. Businesses of any size can solve for Disaster Recovery, Data Center Extension, Data Center Replacement, and more with scalable, flexible OVH products.
In August 2017, VMware announced new SaaS offerings and partnerships to bridge private and public clouds and provide consistency across operational silos. A new set of VMware Cloud services helps you navigate and manage complex hybrid environments. These services offer end-to-end visibility into cloud usage, costs, network traffic, and analytics. They also provide consistent security across both public clouds and on-premises environments. VMware Hybrid Cloud Extension provides a high-performance, secure interconnect that enables large-scale app mobility between on-premises vSphere platforms and one or more VMware Clouds. Initial availability with IBM and OVH is planned for late 2017. In addition, VMware and Pivotal Software unveiled Pivotal Container Service, enabling your organization to deploy and consume container services with production-grade Kubernetes.Explore VMware Cloud