The hybrid cloud is currently the solution of choice for companies wanting to step into the cloud. According to the Avanade study, “The world is becoming hybrid”, 87% of companies surveyed are planning to use a hybrid cloud, but the path that leads there is arduous and strewn with obstacles.
With the VMware Cloud Foundation, there is now a comprehensive hybrid cloud platform from VMware that simplifies the way into the cloud. It is specially designed for the software-defined data centre (SDDC) and unifies well-known virtualisation solutions vSphere, vSAN, NSX and the vRealize Suite into a natively integrated stack with the VMware SDDC Manager. This creates the foundation for an enterprise cloud-ready infrastructure that efficiently bundles private and public clouds.
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With new technologies, services, and resources coming out all the time, IT is becoming ever more complex. For companies, this ultimately means more time, more staff, and more costs to drive projects forward. In order for companies to start benefitting from switching to the hybrid cloud immediately, VMware simplifies cloud management with their intelligent VMware SDDC Manager.
Thanks to automation, standard VMware validated designs, autonomous operation, and the perfect interplay of VMware products, cloud management is even easier and more efficient.
The key application areas for VMware Cloud Foundation are cloud infrastructure, IT automation, hybrid cloud, end-to-end security and virtual desktops.
And best of all, with Cloud Foundation, infrastructure can be easily, automatically, and reliably provisioned in the form of workload domains. And this means no server installation, no storage and network configurations, and also the integration of management tools can be done away with.
Thanks to automation, infrastructures can be deployed in hours rather than weeks.
There are three ways to do this: