A vast amount of time and engineering skill lead to the development of the Federation Enterprise Hybrid Cloud which can be deployed in as little as 28 days. Over time, this model has evolved to become even easier to deploy within a business environment.
So what are the latest augmentations and updates that have enhanced the Federation Enterprise Hybrid Cloud even further?
Here are some of the demonstrated highlights from VMworld 2015:
- Enhanced Platform Support – featuring upgraded network and security services, improved scalability and the ability to perform non-disruptive live migration of workloads.
- Self-service modification of data protection services – Continuous Availability, Disaster Recovery, Backup, and Encryption are services that form the backbone of data protection and security. Users now have the ability to add, update and modify these services with just a few clicks from the self-service portal.
- Support for XtremIO™ all flash arrays – Customers have the option to consolidate mixed workloads with new support for the EMC® XtremIO all flash array.
- Application lifecycle automation – Businesses can deliver new services as soon as the code is ready, as the platform is designed to deliver continuous application development integration and deployment.
Additionally, the VCE Vx Rack System now has new deployment options, offering a new hyper-converged infrastructure designed to help accelerate hybrid cloud deployment and reduce the infrastructure cost.
This also marks the first in a series of new Federation End-User Computing solutions designed to eliminate the complexity of delivering desktops and applications scaling from hundreds to thousands of end users.
The initial solution will include all the integrated hardware and software needed for secure, anytime, anywhere access to virtual desktops, applications and end-user data.
The Federation End-User Computing solution supports user self-ordering & fulfilment, instant application distribution and enables consistent end user experience.