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cfsummit2016We are a proud gold sponsor at this year’s Cloud Foundry Summit and we look forward to interacting with the Cloud Foundry community next week.

Please stop by our booth (#201), we’d love to hear how you are using Cloud Foundry to create applications that are transforming your business and for us to give you a first hand look at the enterprise cloud-native stack Pivotal and VMware announced last month.

On Wednesday @ 9:45am, don’t miss our 5 minute lightening talk by our very own Mark Peek, Principal Engineer for CNA and member of The Cloud Foundry Foundation’s Technical Advisory Board.

See you there and stay connected!
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Last week I announced the first offering from our joint work with Pivotal.  Today I am excited to announce that we’ve been working closely with Pivotal and EMC to help realize EMC’s vision for Native Hybrid Cloud, a new offering that brings Pivotal Cloud Foundry, VMware Photon Platform and VxRack System 1000 together into an engineered offering that enables any organization to rapidly build, deploy and run cloud-native applications on premises.

With the pressure on business to deliver software and software services, the top-to-bottom hardware and software integration of Native Hybrid Cloud enables business to dramatically accelerate the formation of a cloud-native environment without the time, complexity, or uncertainty associated with building a do-it-yourself solution.

Native Hybrid Cloud

Essentially the EMC team is taking the Pivotal-VMware cloud-native stack we announced last week and building it into their VxRack appliance to deliver a robust converged platform.  This makes it even easier for customers to quickly and easily realize all the benefits of an on-prem cloud-native solution.

The cloud-native team is looking forward to this year’s EMC World! We’ll be front-and-center in the VMware Booth’s CNA zone and the EMC Native Hybrid Cloud area. If you are attending EMC, please come by and see first hand how developers and IT operators can spend more time enhancing applications and less time readying an application for production.

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See you there!