VMware and Intel Lay Foundation for Self-Managed Hybrid Clouds of the Future – Conversations in the Cloud – Episode 69

December 28th, 2016 |
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In this Intel Conversations in the Cloud audio podcast: Dr. Raj Yavatkar, VMware Fellow, joins us to discuss advances in software defined infrastructure for hybrid clouds. Dr. Yavatkar leads VMware’s initiative into hybrid cloud infrastructure and works to ensure that public and private clouds can integrate software defined infrastructure quickly and be managed automatically. In this interview, Dr. Yavatkar outlines VMware’s efforts to modernize storage, network, and compute provisioning using virtual machines. Additionally, Dr. Yavatkar describes his vision for a future self-healing, self-managing data center based on technologies like the Snap open telemetry framework.

For more information on VMware’s hybrid cloud efforts, please read Tim Allen’s Intel IT Peer Network post, “Delivering an Evolutionary Path to Hybrid Cloud with Intel and Vmware“.

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