CloudHealth by VMware Is Now Available On Azure Marketplace, Deepening Collaboration With Microsoft

Rachel Round Senior Manager, Marketing Communications
Published: June 30, 2020
2 Min Read

CloudHealth, VMware’s multi-cloud management platform, is now available on the Microsoft Azure Marketplace. CloudHealth provides customers with increased visibility, financial management, and operational governance.

Both VMware and Microsoft strive to accelerate digital transformation in the cloud for customers and partners. Through Azure Marketplace, customers can more easily purchase solutions to help them on this journey. With the added value of CloudHealth, these same customers can optimize cost and enable secure and efficient cloud operations across multi-cloud and hybrid environments. 

"Having CloudHealth on the Azure Marketplace both strengthens and deepens our collaboration with Microsoft."

—Tom Axbey
GM, Cloud Management, VMware

“Moreover, it enables us to deliver on the promise of helping customers innovate at cloud speed, which has always been core to our DNA and serves as the foundation for all new CloudHealth features and enhancements,” says Axbey.

Sajan Parihar, Senior Director, Microsoft Azure Platform at Microsoft Corp. added, "Microsoft Azure Marketplace lets customers worldwide discover, try, and deploy software solutions that are certified and optimized to run on Azure. Azure Marketplace helps solutions like CloudHealth by VMware reach more customers and markets."

Regardless of where an enterprise sits on their cloud journey – be it in the early stages of forming a cloud strategy or running an advanced Cloud Center of Excellence (CCoE) – CloudHealth helps improve governance and control in order to align cloud investments to business initiatives. With CloudHealth, customers can drive accountability, improve cross-organizational collaboration, and optimize spend. 

Check us out on Azure Marketplace. 

Headshot Rachel Round
Rachel Round, Senior Manager, Marketing Communications

After graduating from university in Canada, Rachel Ratchford began her career working at PR agencies for high-tech B2B clients. She cut her teeth on media and analyst relations before making her way in-house, gradually gaining experience in additional communications fields (customer advocacy, copywriting, content creation, social media, creative design, messaging / branding, etc.). Her specialty lies in building programs for scale during high growth periods. Outside of work, Rachel is a reformed spin-class-addict-turned-die-hard Peloton rider.

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