ACCURATE.CO To support organizations to be able to deliver the advantages that exist in cloud technology in the on-premise infrastructure they have built, without causing disruption, VMware, Inc. (NYSE: VMW) introduces VMware vSphere+ and VMware vSAN+.
Previously, this technology was introduced at the VMworld 2021 grand event in the form of a technology preview which means Project Arctic.
Now this technology comes with new offerings that will help customers improve their infrastructure by bringing a number of enhancements, such as centralized cloud-based management, integrated kubernetes, access to the latest hybrid cloud services, to an increasingly flexible subscription model.
“The arrival of VMware vSphere+ and VMware vSAN+ is a major evolution of the foundational solutions that customers have known and trusted for so long,” said Krish Prasad, senior vice president and general manager for VMware Cloud Platform Business, Cloud Infrastructure. Business Group, VMware, in a press release received by 1NEWS, Thursday (30/6).
He also explained that the presence of vSphere + and vSAN + is expected to be able to accelerate digital transformation, regardless of how far the transformation journey has taken and executed in their multi cloud strategy.
“Both of them will be able to bring the advantages that exist in cloud technology to the infrastructure and workloads on the premise that have been built, and are increasingly easy to use thanks to an increasingly flexible subscription model,” he added.
With vSphere+ and vSAN+, users will be able to activate additional services on the hybrid cloud that present a number of use cases for crucial business applications running on premise, such as to support disaster recovery efforts and security protection from ransomware.
All customers, regardless of business scale, will be able to enjoy these new capabilities, enjoy security and product updates more quickly, and experience simpler operations without the need to make changes to existing applications or hardware.
“The new trend in modernizing by transforming on-premise infrastructure with cloud services, according to IDC, is now being watched by many enterprises,” said Gary Chen, IDC Research Director, Software Defined Compute.