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VMware’s new hybrid cloud platform enables workload management across cloud, data center, & edge

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At VMworld 2019 conference Monday in San Francisco, VMware unveiled new and expanded hybrid cloud services to enable customers to simplify their cloud planning and operations process while easily migrating and modernizing their workloads across clouds, data centers, and edge locations.

VMware emphasized that it visions to enable a consistent hybrid cloud platform support across all major public clouds.

The company said that the adoption of multicloud approach in organizations has increased over the years. With VMware Cloud, IT teams and customers will be able to perform all these tasks at less cost and effort while avoiding the risks involved with refactoring the applications.

“Our hybrid cloud platform is resonating strongly with customers and these innovations will further accelerate our cloud leadership, as we deliver an unparalleled level of consistent infrastructure and operations, from the data center to the cloud to the edge,” said Raghu Raghuram, chief operating officer, products and services, VMware.

Innovations in VMware Hybrid Cloud Solution include:

  • Multi-cloud monitoring: VMware Hybrid Cloud Operations is optimized with new capabilities for self-driving operations as well as multi-cloud monitoring, enabling users to manage multiple cloud resources with same software they use to manage their datacentre.
  • Hybrid cloud automation: With new integrations and broad extensibility added across VMware Cloud on AWS and other major public clouds, IT and DevOps teams will be able to automate the deployment and operations of the complex applications.
  • Lower cloud cost and compliance: New CloudHealth service is added to control the cost spending on cloud. Users will be able to view the reports of their actual cloud spending, performance and data report.
  • Enterprise observability: A new enterprise-wide dashboard UX is integrated, which will make the observations across the infrastructure simple. It will help IT teams to get to the root cause faster and troubleshoot the workloads over any cloud.
  • Disaster Recovery and Data Protection: VMware has partnered with Dell EMC to provide customers a greater choice in Disaster Recovery as-a-Service and Data Protection solutions.
  • VMware Tanzu: It will help customers to develop modern apps and run Kubernetes consistently. Furthermore, customers will also be able to manage Kubernetes clusters from a new single place.
  • Foundation for the hybrid cloud: The new capabilities added to vSphere supports multiple virtual GPUs per virtual machine, which will streamline operations as well as enable heavy workloads.

No other vendor spans the hybrid cloud as broadly or as comprehensively as VMware,” said Raghuram in a statement.

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