VMware on AWS: Getting cloud management done right has been saved
VMware on AWS: Getting cloud management done right
Cloud migration & operation
VMware, running on AWS, can give organizations the agility they need to more efficiently migrate workloads to a cloud, manage those workloads more effectively, maintain and enhance data security, and create the cloud environment that best suits their business needs.
VMware on AWS: A match made in cloud heaven
Join host David Linthicum and guest Duncan Epping, Chief Technologist at VMware, as they discuss how running VMware on AWS can help organizations meet the challenges of managing cloud workloads more efficiently while enhancing security and agility. They also discuss how VMware can help deliver the consistency that companies need to manage their cross-cloud environments to meet their IT and business goals.
Disclaimer: As referenced in this podcast, “Amazon” refers to AWS (Amazon Web Services).
The great thing about [VMware] is that it allows you to create these blueprints, so it provides you a consistency in terms of what the applications look like, how they are provisioned, but also what’s the underlying virtual machine and the operating systems look like and how they are provisioned and configured, because that’s probably where lot of the challenges start arising.
Duncan Epping is a Chief Technologist working in the Storage and Availability Business Unit at VMware, serving as a partner and trusted adviser to EMEA customers. He is the co-author of several books, including the vSphere Clustering Deepdive series and Essential Virtual SAN, and he is the owner and main author of virtualization blog yellow-bricks.com.