VMware Cloud on AWS

Only cloud or only on-premises?

The answer is almost a “neither-nor”. It is an important question for enterprises that want to split workloads across private and public clouds or want to migrate its workloads to public cloud with less effort. The concept of SDDC provides a common virtual infrastructure for migrating computing resources on demand among private, public and hybrid clouds.

Best of breed leaders

Based on the figures VMware is the most accepted solution in the virtualization arena for every company size meanwhile the Amazon Web Services (AWS) is the most popular public cloud services provider, therefore it seemed highly appropriate to create seamless interoperability between the two platforms.

Full VMware functionality

VMware Cloud on AWS takes the entire VMware software-defined data center to AWS cloud by using bare-metal servers hosted by Amazon. Enterprises do not need a separate IT operations staff to run the hypervisor or to manage any of the underlying hardware, including monitoring, patching and updates.

Typical valuable scenarios

  • Meet the application on-demand capacity need: scale up and scale down the resources
  • Disaster Recovery
  • Efficient application dev/test environment in the cloud…etc.

Main benefits with VMware Cloud on AWS

It is AWS one of the best at automating massive amounts of infrastructure. VMware Cloud on AWS leverages API calls directly into AWS’s bare metal infrastructure to automate the provisioning, operation, and maintenance of the complete VMware SDDC stack. Customers around the globe will be able to leverage the service for various use cases, to include hybrid cloud, workload migration, or even seamless disaster recovery.

VMware Cloud on AWS offers organizations a similar operating model to their existing data center. There's little to no learning curve for operations staff as the core of the offering is VMware vSphere. VMware Cloud on AWS removes the complexity and places workloads within the same data center as other AWS products.

  • Protect existing VMware investments: use the same VMware SDDC technology including vSphere, vSAN, NSX and vCenter, across your on-premises environment and the AWS Cloud
  • Hybrid cloud benefits without the complexity: VMware Cloud on AWS lets you operate a consistent and seamless hybrid IT environment
  • Integrated with AWS: VMware access to a broad set of AWS services including compute, database, analytics, IoT, AI, security, mobile, resource deployment, application services, and more
  • Powered by AWS

Why does it fit to your company?

The hybrid environment built with the help of the Total Cloud Consulting can be exploited to best serve the different types of needs, that is always constantly required to operate in private cloud, which has a periodic (annual, quarterly) load, they should be run using the AWS when all you pay what you use (pay-as-you-go).


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