Written by: Beverley Head | Published in: DevelopmentA series of tools intended to allow enterprise IT managers to more effectively manage hybrid clouds has been unveiled by VMware.
The SUSE Linux Enterprise Server can now be run on VMware instances on-premises or in the cloud. VMware and Linux vendor SUSE Linux have extended their partnership to the hybrid cloud. SUSE Linux announced Aug. 27 that its Linux distribution is available on the newly launched VMware vCloud Hybrid Service that just became generally available Aug. 26.
Convirture, a provider of open source, cross-platform virtualization management tools, has announced new software designed to allow enterprises to manage private clouds, hybrid clouds and virtualized infrastructures from a single console.
Longtime partners Hitachi and VMware (NYSE: VMW) have again teamed up, this time to promote hybrid cloud technology, with the Japanese vendor joining the virtualization kingpin’s vCloud Data Center Services program and the two companies pledging to collaborate on cloud services research and development, marketing and sales activities.
VMware announced general availability of VMware vSphere 5.5 and VMware vCloud Suite at VMworld today. The new version of its virtualization technology includes the integration of Cloud Foundry, the platform-as-a-service that is now part of Pivotal, which spun out from VMware parent company EMC.
Cloud Foundry used to be VMware’s crown jewel.
Did anyone really expect Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) to sit idly quiet while rival VMware (NYSE: VMW) talked up its new hybrid cloud services unit, a major turn in focus for the virtualization kingpin?
VMware’s new hybrid cloud offering will allow its customers to migrate their cloud services to a public cloud, saving money in the move through shared equipment.
Red Hat (RHT) is making bold statements about its IaaS Open Hybrid Cloud strategy -- only a few days after VMware (VMW) launched its vCloud Hybrid Service. So what's the reality check? It goes something like this...
Performance management specialist Riverbed Technology (NASDAQ: RVBD) and virtualization giant VMware (NYSE: VMW) announced the latest step in their partnership to help enterprises move to the cloud with Riverbed wide area network (WAN) optimization solutions, which accelerate virtual machines (VMs) moving between clouds — private, public and hybrid — using VMware vCloud Connector.
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