VMware’s hybrid cloud portfolio offers a combination of solutions that enable organizations to easily extend, protect, or replace on-premises infrastructure. These hybrid cloud offerings are built on a Software-Defined Data Center architecture, leveraging VMware’s industry-leading compute, networking, and storage virtualization technologies.
Create a common operating environment across VMware-based on-premises environments and VMware-based public clouds (cloud solutions from VMware Cloud Provider Partners including IBM, and VMware Cloud on AWS), and native public clouds such as AWS, Azure and Google Cloud Platform using VMware technologies including VMware Cloud Foundation, VMware vRealize and VMware Cloud Services.
This approach enables a diverse set of use cases, including regional capacity expansion, disaster recovery, application migration, data center consolidation, new application development and burst capacity.
VMware Cloud Services
VMware Cloud extends VMware’s hybrid cloud strategy with new public and private cloud capabilities that enable you to run, manage, connect and secure your applications across clouds and devices in a common operating environment.
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VMware Cloud Providers (including IBM)
More than 4,000 VMware Cloud Provider partners located in more than 100 countries provide public and private clouds that ensure hybrid compatibility with VMware customers’ existing environments; enhanced security and compliance through trusted industry standards; vertical industry and horizontal application expertise and data sovereignty through local providers.
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VMware Cloud on AWS
VMware Cloud on AWS will bring VMware’s enterprise class Software-Defined Data Center software to the AWS Cloud. Powered by VMware Cloud Foundation, this service will enable customers to run any application across vSphere-based private, public and hybrid cloud environments.
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