The DivvyCloud platform allows customers to consistently enforce policies across hybrid public and private cloud environments and ensure compliance and security of their cloud environments and keep tight control of costs.
The DivvyCloud platform allows customers to find and fix some of the most common cloud problems in real time. By leveraging DivvyCloud programmatic Bots, cloud management is streamlined, efficiency is improved, and businesses can reclaim the many wasted hours spent on cloud management.
Today, the Arlington-VA-based firm has announced that its innovative cloud management and automation platform has now been made available to users of VMware Cloud on AWS.
VMware Cloud on AWS is an on-demand service that runs on elastic, bare-metal AWS infrastructure and uses Software-Defined Data Center (SDDC) software that integrates VMware vSAN, VMware NSX, and vSphere virtualization technologies. The unified SDDC platform gives customers the same capabilities, architecture, and experience across on-premises IT and the cloud.
VMware Cloud on AWS technology partners can provide their customers with tried and tested solutions that can be deployed seamlessly in public and private clouds. Any solution that works in a VMware vSphere environment will work on VMware Cloud on AWS.
DivvyCloud has been working with VMware and AWS since the company was formed in 2012. The latest offering is expected to help enterprise customers accelerate adoption of the cloud.
“Solutions such as the DivvyCloud Platform enable IT teams to reduce cost, increase efficiency, and create operational consistency across cloud environments,” said Mark Lohmeyer, vice president, products, Cloud Platforms Business Unit, VMware. “We’re excited to work with partners such as DivvyCloud to enhance native VMware Cloud on AWS capabilities and empower customers with flexibility and choice in solutions that can drive business value,”
DivvyCloud is initially offering its platform for use with VMware Cloud on AWS in the in AWS US West (Oregon) region, with support for VMware Cloud on AWS expected to be made more broadly available later this year.