Adapting to change is the most important skill for organizations in 2018 and beyond. To achieve this, a flexible end-to-end network is imperative.
Entire data centers already exist as software. It’s time the end-to-end network followed suit. VMware CTO Joe Baguley believes that Virtual Cloud Network “has the potential to fundamentally change the Enterprise Networking landscape forever.”
Why? Because software-defined networks can reduce operational costs by automating infrastructure functions like maintenance, patching, and updating. Furthermore, they can increase uptime and improve service, leaving you with more time to create innovations and opportunities.
Our Virtual Cloud Network
VMware are proud – and excited – to announce that we are the first vendor to offer a true, integrated, end-to-end Virtual Cloud Network
We have transformed our NSX product into a portfolio of solutions that delivers consistent, pervasive, and intrinsically-secure connectivity across data center, branch, cloud, and edge environments.
Wherever your data or apps are – data center, cloud or the edge – the VMware Virtual Cloud Network allows pervasive, end-to-end connectivity. We embed security into infrastructure, encrypting in-flight data. And automatically detect and respond to security threats.
Essentially, the Virtual Cloud Network brings everything together. Giving you a consistent foundation that has the power to drive your business forward.
But don’t just take our word for it. Gartner predicts that 50% of enterprise-generated data will be created and processed outside a traditional centralized data center or cloud by 2022. Be ahead of the rest with VMware’s revolutionary Virtual Cloud Network solution.
The Virtual Cloud Network, May 29th at 10 CEST. Register now.