VMware enlarges hybrid cloud services with a series of new services


VMware hybrid cloud services

VMware announced a series of products and services at VMworld in Las Vegas that shows company shifting to manage hybrid cloud environments.

Last year, the hybrid strategy began to gain power when the company forged agreements with the top public cloud vendors, including Microsoft, Google, IBM, and AWS.

VMworld explains, the company strategy offering customers with a load of tools to help manage their hybrid cloud world. The partnerships with the public vendors were a big part of laying the groundwork for what they are presenting today.

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Companies who are working in a hybrid world face a countless of challenges around areas like networking, security and policy management across environments, says, Chris Wolf, CTO at VMware. The company line up to help with a set of products designed to manage the complexity of a hybrid approach.

new services

The new VMware Discover product, is designed to give IT insight into all applications and services being used across the company with the idea of providing some control over across its networks and in the public cloud. The product used in concurrence with VMware Cost Insight to more closely monitor the costs of these services.

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Also, the company releases a new security product, VMware AppDefense, to help understand the normal state of the network. The cloud-based network monitoring tool “VMware Network” helps a set of consistent network and security policies across applications in the public cloud and on-premises software.

While, VMware NSX Cloud, a cloud service for managing traffic across the public clouds and a software defined data center. At last, the company has its own analytics service to supply detailed insight into performance across environments.

The new VMware tools give a complete set of solutions for customers to manage hybrid environments. Also, continue the shift from their core virtual machine roots.