The excitement of EMC World 2014 and recent Pivotal CF news has created significant buzz around VMware vCloud Hybrid Service and its potential for accelerating the adoption of public cloud and hybrid cloud in the enterprise.
When it comes to virtualization within enterprise data centers, VMware has its game on lock. Now we’re looking to advance IT even more by helping our enterprise customers use the public cloud with an infrastructure that matches their existing architectures and data location. This will not only help IT departments enable their business partners with new services and capacity, but ensure that they have the same security, compliance and peace of mind as they do with their private cloud.
Our hybrid approach extends the same applications, networking, management, operations and tools across both on-premises and off-premises environments, and is designed to be the fastest path to the cloud. For IT departments, a hybrid cloud can remove traditional barriers to innovation and radically change the relationship between IT and the business.
Want to learn more?
Watch our very own Mathew Lodge, VP of Cloud Services, in an interview with theCUBE at EMC World:
Mathew talks with Wikibon’s Dave Vellante and Stuart Miniman about VMware’s hybrid cloud strategy, the opportunities vCloud Hybrid Service presents for partners, key differences between VMware and its hybrid cloud contenders, and why everything won’t end up in the public cloud in the future.
For more information about the VMware vCloud Hybrid Service, visit vCloud.VMware.com.