VMware extends unified hybrid cloud platform

by | Sep 2, 2015

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VMware is making a lot of announcements during VMworld 2015 held in San Francisco. Among them, innovations for the company's unified hybrid cloud platform.

These new public cloud services and software-defined solutions will enable customers to build applications faster, improve IT security, recover from disasters and drive business value:

Disaster Recovery OnDeman: VMware will add a pay-for-what-you-consume pricing option to VMware vCloud Air Disaster Recovery. Customers will pay a flat fee for each VM protected and the amount of storage consumed by the VMs. When a DR test is run or a DR event occurs, customers will only pay for the compute consumed when VMs are running.

Site Recovery Manager Air: It is a software as a service offering that will provide VMware vCloud Air Disaster Recovery customers with a management solution for designing, testing, executing and orchestrating centralized business continuity and disaster recovery plans.

VMware vCloud Air Object Storage: It is a portfolio of scalable, easy to setup and will reduce the need for data protection with built-in redundancy. It will support global access use cases with easy access from any device, anywhere, anytime.

VMware vCloud Air SQL It is a new database as a service offering that will provide easy access to scalable, cloud-hosted relational databases. It will support hybrid data solutions that seamlessly and securely extend on-premises databases to the cloud.

For further info about all announcements made at VMworld 2015 have a look at VMware official blog



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