It has been a huge year for VMware! So many clouds so many announcements. Here is a quick reference guide to what VMware is offering in public clouds.
Software as a service management tools delivered from the Cloud to be able to manage across both vSphere and your public Clouds.
Wavefront: Monitor your Cloud Applications in real time, try it for free here
Horizon as a Service to be able to deliver VDI Desktops hosted on Azure Cloud. See more here!
Amazon Web Services:
Bare metal vSphere SDDC with vCenter, NSX and vSAN in Amazons Data Center. Watch the demo here.
Apply NSX policy to Amazon EC2 instances. Request access here!
Google Compute Engine:
Kubernetes as a Service on vSphere with the ability to burst out to Google Compute Engine. Read more here!
Hope this helps. I will continue to update as there are more announcements.
And don’t forget Wavefront by VMware! http://wavefront.com/sign-up/ (Shameless plug)
Good call! Updated post!
Any particular reason you don’t list this one ..?
Full VCF and other VMware offerings (globally available, fully automated, with Zerto, VEEAM etc) – would send u a screenshot form the portal – it’s been around for a while – just seems less know but is (currently at least) honestly the most comprehensive one IMHO …
PS and yes, I am “affiliated” (but realistic) 😉