With updates to VMware Cloud Foundation, the CloudHealth management service, and expanding partnerships with AWS and Dell EMC, VMware looks to maintain its leadership position in the cloud era.
By Richard Brown: The cloud industry is moving at lightning speed, with enterprise adoption of multi-cloud becoming increasingly mainstream due to the need for faster digital transformation. Gartner predicts that 90% of organisations will adopt hybrid infrastructure management capabilities by...
VAST today announced a partnership with CloudHealth by VMware, provider of the leading multi-cloud management platform. The partnership will enable VAST customers to manage cloud and virtual resources across platforms and environments, whether on-premise, hybrid, or multi-cloud.
Recent VMware acquisitions are playing critical roles in expanding VMware's capabilities and footprint.
On the management front that's critical to supporting a multi-cloud posture, last year's CloudHealth acquisition is at the forefront of that vision.
Axbey recently spoke with Chief Executive about the arrangement with VMware, challenges the company is facing in the cloud sector and more. Below read on for excerpts from this interview.
From Joe Kinsella: Cloud continues to undergo intense innovation. Around this time last year, I predicted Cloud 2.0—which puts heterogenous cloud at the future of application architecture—would finally go mainstream. This year, we’ll move beyond just a tipping point and onto a new era of...
The current cloud landscape indicates a clear need for management tools that can span multiple platforms -- and they'll likely place an emphasis on automation, abstraction and orchestration.