VMware updates its hybrid cloud management platform

by | Oct 14, 2015

ETIQUETAS: Cloud-en | Hot news | VMware-en

VMworld 2015, which is being held in Barcelona, has been marked by Dell's acquisition of EMC, since EMC owns 80% of VMware. According to reports from the company, VMware will remain an independent company and it will continue to trade on the New York Stock Exchange. But it will take some time to know if this will imply any change for VMware.

As usual, several announcements have been made in this event, such as updates in hybrid cloud management platforms VMware vRealize Automation 7 and VMware vRealize Business Standard 7.

These new releases, in combination with the delivery of VMware vRealize Operations 6.1 and VMware vRealize Log Insight 3 in Q3 2015, represent a complete refresh of VMware’s hybrid cloud management platform.

This updates to will further enable IT teams to accelerate digital business transformation initiatives through new and improved capabilities for delivering applications into production more rapidly along with increased transparency and control over the costs and quality of IT services across the hybrid cloud.

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