The VMware Advanced Load Balancer delivers the industry’s only software-defined networking stack built for the modern multi-cloud era. It further enables VMware to bring the public cloud experience to the entire data center – automated, software-defined, highly scalable, distributed architecture – that is intrinsically more secure. Additional content including webinars and workshops can be accessed directly from Avi Networks.
Read up on VMware Cloud Foundation for Amazon EC2 (VCF for EC2), the bundle of services that extend the consistent data center management to the public cloud
Register for the November 5 vmLIVE to hear about some of the great customer and partner success stories in all different use cases – ranging from cloud migration, DC extension, to disaster recovery.
We also encourage you to register now for the December 6 vmLIVE we will be taking our discussion to the next level, discussing the AWS VPC and Endpoint configurations, Elastic DRS, Multi-AZ Stretched deployments, and more. Join us to learn how the VMware Cloud on AWS offering meets the needs of your business and gives you a competitive advantage over traditional on-premises and public cloud environments.
VMware Cloud on AWS is the only hybrid cloud solution that allows VMware vSphere customers to modernize, protect, and scale mission-critical applications leveraging AWS, the world’s leading public cloud. With the inclusion of VMware Hybrid Cloud Extension in the base offering, we’ve made it extremely easy to migrate applications at scale to VMware Cloud on AWS. Once you are there, VMware’s enterprise-class SDDC capabilities coupled with the elasticity, breadth, and depth of AWS infrastructure and services makes VMware Cloud on AWS the ideal platform for your enterprise applications. Read more on what’s in store.
Help your customers modernize data centers by implementing a fully automated Software-Defined Private Cloud, as well as integrate public clouds by consuming the VMware Cloud Foundation stack as a service – the best and easiest way to deploy a modernized data center. Learn more as the new pricing and packaging can help accelerate your sales opportunity.
VMware Cloud Foundation 2.3 provides the simplest path to the hybrid cloud through an integrated software platform – the foundation for both private and public cloud environments. Cloud Foundation delivers a simple, secure, and agile cloud infrastructure by providing a complete set of software-defined services. The product can be flexibly deployed on premises on certified vSAN ReadyNodes or as part of integrated systems from major OEMs. It can also be consumed as a service from select VMware Cloud Providers.
VMware has been recognized by Fortune and The Boston Consulting Group, ranking #6 in the Leaders category among the top 50 public companies best positioned for growth (companies with a market value above $20 billion). We achieved this prestigious rank in Fortune’s Future 50, a designation for our market potential as disruptive leaders.
VMware Cloud on AWS is a seamlessly integrated hybrid cloud service that gives customers the VMware Software-Defined Data Center (SDDC) experience running on the AWS Cloud. Delivered, sold, and supported by VMware, this service enables IT teams to manage their cloud-based resources with familiar VMware tools – without the challenges of learning new skills or utilizing new tools. VMware Cloud on AWS gives you the ability to deliver a consistent customer experience across private, public, and hybrid clouds. It provides an entry point into the public cloud – enabling a true hybrid cloud – which creates opportunities for you to expand and grow your consulting, advisory, or managed services businesses. Learn more.
Last month, the vCloud Air Network (vCAN) program name changed to the VMware Cloud Provider Program. The new program name better conveys the breadth of cloud services that you provide and it will also be incorporated into the broader VMware message of supporting vSphere workloads in private, public, and hybrid clouds. Aside from this program name change, everything else within the program will remain the same. Read more.
Use HCA to help you understand existing private cloud costs, compare public and private cloud costs, and to enable IT teams to confidently share information on actual costs with their lines of business. You can also run a HCA in a customer’s environment and get a report that provides a detailed analysis for them to make a vRealize Suite purchase decision. To help you drive your vRealize and vCloud Suite pipeline, check the page for newly added resources (customer presentation, flyer, sample report) and be sure to download and share the customer video: “Realize What’s Possible.”