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DXC participated at VMworld 2017 where VMware and Amazon Web Services (AWS), announced the initial availability of VMware Cloud™ on AWS. VMware and DXC, world leaders in next-generation IT solutions, deliver next-gen solutions to drive IT transformation and growth.
In his keynote speech at VMworld 2017, VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger mentioned how DXC, a great partner or both VMware and for AWS, is acutely positioned to lead the market in a powerful way with a hybrid offering, combining the security of VMware private cloud with the flexibility of the public cloud:
“Together, VMware and DXC have a long-standing history of building, selling and delivering next-generation technology services to enable the digital transformation journey of our mutual clients, and we look forward to accelerating growth via this expanded partnership with DXC. DXC’s Digital Transformation Services enabled by VMware’s hybrid cloud services platforms will provide a consistent set of day-zero through day-two operations that delivers governance, security, visibility and control independent of how customers’ applications are built and where they run.”
Stephen Hilton, Executive Vice President, Global Delivery, DXC Technology, stated:
"DXC Technology and VMware have a strong history of teaming together to help clients with their digital transformation journeys. By combining VMware's Hybrid Cloud Services platform with DXC cloud services and industry expertise, we provide our clients the choice of both on-premises and cloud solutions on existing virtualized applications. This allows the business to make decisions based on cost, flexibility, and availability that transcend the constraints of legacy datacenter and app hosting decisions.”
Enabled by VMware’s next-generation hybrid cloud services platforms, this new initiative enables enterprise clients to accelerate their journey to the hybrid cloud while benefiting from an operationally consistent, resilient, secure, and cost-effective hybrid cloud environment based on VMware Cloud on AWS.
With the initial availability of VMware Cloud on AWS, enterprise clients can benefit from the full VMware software-defined data center (SDDC) experience, while taking advantage of the global footprint, scale, and flexible consumption model of the AWS cloud. Using familiar VMware-enabled IT tools, methods, security policies, and services, clients will now be able to accelerate their use of the leading public cloud service while maintaining the VMware-based architectural standards, security, and services needed across their enterprise estates. Additionally, clients will be able to obtain seamless workload portability between their VMware-based data centers, DXC data centers, and VMware Cloud on AWS.
Additional DXC services enabled by VMware technologies and platforms include:
DXC MyWorkStyle from VMware and DXC, is a suite of joint solutions that enable enterprise to virtualize their desktop and applications so the employees can access it on any environment and any device without compromising on the security and compliance.
MyWorkStyle—Virtual Desktop and Applications Including VMware Horizon and VMware Horizon Air
The DXC MyWorkStyle virtual desktop and applications (VDA) offering enables shared desktop, persistent and nonpersistent desktops, and application virtualization through AppVolumes. It offers a choice of consumption options—public cloud, private cloud, or managed service. In addition to enabling rapid deployment and ramp up/ramp down of the capability, it also offers small volume options to meet needs of the customers across every spectrum.
DXC MyWorkStyle—Device and Mobility Management Including VMware AirWatch®
The DXC MyWorkStyle Device and Mobility Management (DMM) offering enables a comprehensive enterprise mobility platform that delivers simplified access to enterprise apps, secures corporate data, and enables mobile productivity. It offers cloud-based delivery models—public, private, and dedicated—to reduce CapEx requirements. The offering also includes role-based unified management and policies across desktop and mobile devices, and mobile app store and content management through enterprise file sharing and data synchronization.