VMware’s Cross-Cloud architecture is designed to provide a common operating environment across private and public clouds.
The outcome that it hopes to achieve is reduced complexity and increased control over cloud deployments.
The company first revealed the solution towards the end of August, but it has been working on beefing it up with the latest releases of vSphere, Virtual SAN and vRealise.
VMware said that the advancements being made help it to deliver consistent deployment models, security policies, visibility and governance for all applications whether they are running on or off-premises.
This is essentially a big hybrid cloud enabling product which Raghu Raghuram, EVP and GM, Software-Defined Data Center Division, VMware says will: “These new releases will deliver significant new customer benefits including support for containerized applications in production and simplifying operations at scale with these new releases. They represent important building blocks of our Cross-Cloud Architecture to help customers scale out their hybrid clouds.”
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