It has been an exciting few months for VMware Cloud, with VMworld 2018 Las Vegas rounding off at the end of August, plus the new acquisition of CloudHealth – the most trusted cloud operations management platform on the market. With more than $5B in annual public cloud spend being managed by CloudHealth today, VMware is even better equipped to enable customers to run, manage, connect and better secure any application on any cloud. We are looking forward to seeing how CloudHealth can optimize our evolving Cloud Operations Platform solution.
The Solution Showcases at VMworld provided a first glimpse for our audience at new tools and capabilities, with overviews, demos and talks on what we’re doing for Cloud Operations teams. These teams are being structured as ‘centers of excellence’ for managing specific tasks associated with public cloud management, and the most resonant of these tasks concern costing, security and compliance. If you weren’t able to make it to VMworld, don’t worry. Check out this Cloud and Developer Keynote, ‘Public Clouds and Kubernetes at Scale’ with our CTO Guido Appenzeller, VP of Cloud-Native Apps Paul Fazzone and Milin Desai, GM of Cloud Services. This session covers VMware’s strategy to deliver an enterprise-grade Kubernetes platform while supporting the needs of DevOps and CloudOps teams.
We’re keeping the VMworld ball rolling, and the next city on the agenda is Barcelona. It’s your last chance to register – follow this link for tickets, more information and join us in Spain for exclusive insights into managing your cloud operations. To learn more about VMware multi-cloud offerings in general, check out the latest blog article from our COO of Products and Cloud Services, Raghu Raghuram. Get his view on the state of multi-cloud operations and what VMware is doing to take your organization to the next level.
The VMware Cloud team.