Build a Flexible Hybrid Cloud with VMware Cloud Foundation – Intel Conversations in the Cloud – Episode 150

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In this Intel Conversations in the Cloud audio podcast: On this week’s Conversations in the Cloud, James Senicka, director of technical marketing at VMware, joins to discuss VMware’s longstanding innovations in the data center, specifically the software-defined data center that encompasses server, storage, and network virtualization with workload automation and management. These components are integrated into VMware Cloud Foundation, which provides vSphere, vSAN, NSX, and the vRealize suite as a single offering that customers can deploy. Cloud Foundation delivers the flexibility and agility of a public cloud to on-premise clouds, and with NXS Hybrid Connect, can quickly connect public and private clouds for easy workload migration. The new Intel Select Solutions for VMware Cloud Foundation additionally provides customers specific configurations that offers known performance capabilities.

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