Cloud computing unlocks new efficiencies and drives innovation. However, many organizations face constraints that limit their ability to go all in on public cloud. Whether it’s based on compliance requirements or the concern over control of resources, organizations need alternative models. To meet the need, organizations are adopting hybrid cloud models. Hybrid cloud is becoming increasing more popular among many organizations. Some of the benefits that customers achieve with hybrid cloud are:
When making the decision to implement a hybrid cloud, chose a partner who brings deep expertise around the data center and cloud.
VMware Cloud on AWS provides the ability to run VMware Software Defined Data Center (SDDC) software on the AWS Cloud, including VMware vSphere, vSAN, NSX, and vCenter. This offering delivers an infrastructure that is consistent and interoperable with your on-premises infrastructure, providing organizations the best environment to run hybrid vSphere workloads. Because the service runs on dedicated, elastic, bare-metal AWS infrastructure, organizations benefit from the scale, flexibility, and security of the AWS Cloud. The service also provides secure, seamless and high bandwidth connectivity to the broad range of AWS services to enhance and expand the value of applications deployed to the VMware Cloud on AWS service.
Drive innovation anywhere. Extend Azure services and capabilities on-premises. With Azure Stack, organizations can develop, test and deploy more efficiently than ever across their data center or in the cloud. Azure Stack brings purpose-built integrated systems to your data center to help you modernize your applications across a hybrid environment. Whether your intended use is for a Dev/Test environment, Edge and disconnected solution or application modernization, Azure Stack opens the door for many scenarios that were just not possible before.