Modernize federal IT infrastructure with a data center that is software-defined, virtualized, and centralized, giving you the availability, scalability, and operational efficiency needed to power today’s dynamic missions and constituents across on-premises, private, and public cloud infrastructures.
Less Hardware. More Software.
Trends suggest that agencies are going all-in on HCI to achieve significant IT outcomes.
Build an agile, service-oriented data center that hybrid-cloud ready.
Reduce data center footprint, hardware, and operating costs.
Enable shared services models by consolidating IT systems, functions, and services across agencies and departments.
Support cloud-native architectures and development platforms while maintaining support for legacy applications.
Increase efficiency and improve IT service levels with faster, on-demand delivery of resources.
Lower capital investments and OpEx using VMware SDDC technology.
Speed Delivery of Mission Capabilities and Citizen Services through Automation
Standardize the delivery and ongoing management of IT infrastructure and services across on-premises and cloud environments.
Improve application consistency, reliability, and quality.
Eliminate error-prone manual processes and operational bottlenecks to increase efficiency.
Apply security policies during provisioning that automatically follow workloads and continuously monitor for compliance.
Accelerate Cloud-Native App Development
Enable container and microservice-based architectures for faster, more frequent development.
Simplify deployment and operation of Kubernetes clusters and run containers at scale on vSphere.
Leverage existing infrastructure, tooling, policies, and processes for containerized and cloud-native applications.
Increase developer productivity and accelerate time to market.
Respond Quickly to Changing Mission Requirements with Capacity On Demand
Meet changing mission needs (e.g. spikes in demand) and new use cases (e.g., application migration, Dev/Test) with infrastructure that seamlessly extends and scales to public cloud.
Enable cloud-based business continuity and disaster recovery.
Reduce complexity by moving workloads between clouds using consistent infrastructure and management tools.
U.S. Federal Agency Modernizes Data Center With VMware Hyper-Converged Infrastructure
Building on its success with vSphere, the IT team of a departmental headquarters of a U.S. government agency virtualized its hardware-based storage tier and adopted virtual desktop infrastructure to reduce TCO of the IT environment by 50% and improve performance.