Four Things to Know About VMware Cloud on AWS

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With VMware Cloud on AWS, organizations can simplify their Hybrid IT operations by using the same VMware Cloud Foundation technologies including vSphere, vSAN, NSX, and vCenter Server across their on-premises data centers and on the AWS Cloud without having to purchase any new or custom hardware, rewrite applications, or modify their operating models. In this report, Gartner evaluates the capabilities this service brings to IT professionals and decision-makers, and recommends best practices to consider while planning a hybrid cloud environment through year-end 2021.

Learn how to:
• Understand what VMware Cloud on AWS is and isn’t, with use cases to supplement features and capabilities.
• Assess the pricing models and loyalty programs available to maximize your hybrid environment’s value both short- and long-term.
• Plan for the future with recommendations and considerations for cloud strategies spanning as far as 2021.