Achieve visibility across AWS, Azure, Google, and Oracle public clouds; Kubernetes; and VMware-based private and hybrid clouds.
Maintain control over costs as you move to the cloud. Working with VMware, you can reduce cloud spend by up to 40%.
Improve the management of your hybrid and public cloud environments. As the trusted choice, VMware helps more than 9,000 organizations manage over $11B of public cloud spend.
Stay under budget by effectively allocating costs for chargeback, monitoring increases in spend, and making better decisions around the use of reservations and savings plans.
Leverage cost optimization insights to drive increased accountability and improve the efficiency of your multi-cloud environment.
Continuously inspect cloud resource configurations and benchmark them against cloud, industry and custom security and compliance standards. Receive proactive notifications of potential security threats.
Govern the use of cloud resources to improve operational efficiency and security without negatively affecting your development and operational teams.
Easily maintain control over your infrastructure with custom policies and automated workflows that are uniquely based on how you want to run your multi-cloud environment.
Hybrid cloud operations focus on consistent management of a common infrastructure layer based on technology deployed across clouds. Multi-cloud operations involve consistent management of two or more clouds that don’t have consistent infrastructure.
Management across a multi-cloud environment can be a challenge for organizations, as well as increased costs and protecting workloads. Improving operational governance and automating core processes are also high priorities to solve.
Yes. VMware multi-cloud solutions are designed to help manage workloads that run on the native infrastructure of public clouds like AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud. They can also help manage a hybrid or multi-cloud scenario that includes consistent infrastructure based on VMware technologies, running alongside natively deployed workloads in the cloud.