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vSphere - VMware’s Cloud OS

VMware vSphere delivers the cloud OS through the following essential components:

  • Application Services provide built-in controls over service levels to all applications running on the cloud OS, regardless of application type or operating system.
  • Infrastructure Services virtualize server, storage and network resources, and aggregate and allocate them on demand to applications, based on business priority.

Well integrated virtualization management allows you to proactively manage the Cloud OS and the applications it runs.

Why Do You Need A Cloud Operating System?

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The traditional IT stack with its tight coupling of software and hardware falls short of supporting customers’ needs. IT departments are pressured to adapt to rapid changes in business requirements, meet the demand for 24X7 business resiliency, and drastically reduce costs. But they also have the opportunity to leverage the immense power and attractive economics of x86 hardware and maturing virtualization technologies. They have a broader choice of application architectures, and vast new clouds of cheap and readily accessible computing power are now available.

The Cloud OS Simplifies Computing

The cloud OS allows the IT professional to:

  • Automatically manage applications to pre-defined SLAs by providing built-in availability, security and performance assurance for all applications.
  • Run applications on a highly unified, reliable, efficient infrastructure made up of industry standard components that can be easily replaced
  • Move applications with the same service level expectations across on premise or off premise computing clouds for the lowest TCO and highest operational efficiency.

The cloud OS enables a dramatically simpler and more efficient model of computing. In this new model, customers define the desired outcomes and the computing infrastructure guarantees these outcomes precisely. IT professionals can provision applications, for example, specify service levels, response times, security policies and availability, and the cloud OS delivers on these specifications at the lowest possible cost with minimal maintenance.

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