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VMware brings cloud freedom & control with Cross-Cloud Architecture

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BANGALORE, INDIA: VMware announced that its Cross-Cloud Architecture will help customers to run, manage, connect, and secure their applications across clouds and devices in a common operating environment.

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On the VMworld stage in Las Vegas, VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger highlighted the massive adoption of private and public cloud but also the minimal connection across these clouds and how businesses are grappling with this constraint.

VMware Cross-Cloud Architecture will give customers the ability to manage, govern and secure applications running across public clouds, including AWS, Azure and IBM Cloud.

“We believe that all businesses who want to thrive must embrace being a ‘digital business,” said Gelsinger. “The VMware Cross-Cloud Architecture is the strategy to run, manage, connect and secure apps in this all-digital world.”

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In addition, VMware announced VMware Cloud Foundation which offers a new “as a service” option that delivers the power of the SDDC in a hybrid cloud environment.

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