Hybrid cloud deployment can speed the delivery of new services while providing IT with flexibility and choice in building and running applications. In this series, we will review considerations for developing a hybrid cloud strategy. We will discuss simplifying cloud operations and how a hyper-converged architecture can prepare your organization to take advantage of a broad set of clouds.
A hybrid cloud model supports a diverse set of business applications and gives IT the power to match the needs of an application to resources on premises and in the cloud. This new model requires modernization of the data center environment and investments in infrastructure and operations that spans all clouds. Join this session to learn how to leverage VMware to help simplify cloud operations and manage complexity and risk, all while providing organizations flexibility and choice for building and running applications.
Director, VMware Cloud Services Product Marketing
The perception of increased agility, cost efficiency and simplicity of a hybrid cloud has many CIOs pushing their IT teams to “just use the cloud.” Whether you’ve faced this ask yet or not, we should all be architecting and refreshing our data center to anticipate the cloud. This is exactly where hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI) can help. In this session, we’ll look at how the flexible, software nature of HCI powered by VMware vSAN provides a natural path from server virtualization environments to an architecture that supports a broad set of public clouds. VMware has architected vSAN to help simplify the hybrid cloud world and provide a consistent, digital foundation that can span from edge to core to cloud.