VMware on AWS: Bridging On-Premises and Cloud Infrastructure

VMware on AWS refers to a partnership between VMware and Amazon Web Services (AWS) that enables organizations to run their VMware workloads natively on AWS infrastructure. It allows organizations to use the same VMware software stack that they use in their on-premises data centers in the AWS cloud environment without the need for any major modifications or re-architecture.

VMware on AWS is delivered as a cloud service and provides a fully managed VMware software-defined data center (SDDC) environment, which includes computing, storage, and networking resources. Organizations can leverage familiar VMware tools such as vSphere, vSAN, NSX, and vCenter Server to manage their applications and workloads running in the AWS cloud environment.

VMware on AWS is designed to provide a consistent operating environment for workloads running on-premises and in the cloud, making it easier for organizations to migrate, extend, and protect their applications and data across hybrid cloud environments. This can help organizations achieve greater agility, scalability, and cost-effectiveness in their IT operations.

Core concept’s of VMware on AWS