Introduction To Vmware Vcloud

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VMware is a virtualization, cloud computing software and Infrastructure Service provider in the US. These providers run the VMware vCloud Suite and allow you to move your existing VMware vSphere virtual machines to their infrastructure clouds.

VMware vCloud Suite is a combination of VMware's vSphere hypervisor and VMware vRealize Suite multi-vendor hybrid cloud management platform. VMware's new portable licensing units allow vCloud Suite to build and manage both vSphere-based private clouds as well as multi-vendor hybrid clouds.

VMware vCloud Suite can serve the needs of different organizations, from SMBs to large enterprises and organizations in the public sector.

vCloud Suite has several benefits to move your business towards virtualization:

Data Center Virtualization

Use the world's leading virtualization platform as the foundation for multiple data centers. Consolidate your servers and data centers with vCloud. By using vCloud, you can improve your business application availability and performance. You can scale up or scale out the application requirements based on your current business needs.

Intelligent Operations

Delivering proactive management for performance, availability and capacity across all data center domains (applications, compute, network and storage). Build your foundation for an agile developer and infrastructure modernization.

IT Automating IT

Rapidly providing infrastructure and application resources across development, test, QA and production. Manage resources from initial provisioning through retirement, maximizing both capital and operational spending effectively. Comprehend the cost of infrastructure and the consumption of resources by end users.

DevOps-Ready IT

A complete application stack can be delivered across vSphere and hybrid cloud resources .Both API and GUI supports developer access.