Using the advanced automation developed through the partnership between IBM Cloud and VMware, you can consistently deploy the unified software-defined VMware platform to the cloud. And you continue to use the same familiar tools and scripts to manage your workloads in the cloud without having to retool or refactor applications.
You know that cloud brings advantages, but how do you make the move to cloud without getting bogged down in complexity and costs? IBM and VMware have joined forces to simplify the process. Using their world-class tools and technologies, you can more easily extend your VMware workloads from your on-premises environment to the IBM Cloud. Configuration takes minutes, not months. And you manage your workloads just as you do on-premises.
What are the top 3 benefits of IBM Cloud + VMware?
- Speed – Deploy secure, high-performance cloud compute, network and storage resources on demand.
- Scale – Expand your hybrid cloud footprint with enterprise-class data centers around the world.
- Control – Retain consistent control and automation of your operations on-premises and in the cloud.
What are the most common uses of IBM Cloud for VMware Solutions?
- Develop, test and demo environments – Order, provision and move your application development infrastructure in a matter of hours with VMware on IBM Cloud.
- Disaster recovery – With IBM and Zerto, you can protect your data and applications in the cloud with just a few clicks.
- Data center expansion – Scale up resources to meet workload demands with VMware and IBM Cloud tools and infrastructure.
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