Global clients move mission-critical VMware workloads to IBM Cloud
As announced at VMworld Europe 2018, enterprises that rely on continuous availability can now deploy VMware workloads across 18 IBM Cloud availability zones in the US, Europe and Asia Pacific. Oil and gas, financial services, and health are just some of the industries that need to migrate legacy applications requiring high availability. And IBM and VMware are partnering to help enterprises speed hybrid cloud management and adoption.
Why is this offering significant? By deploying VMware workloads in IBM’s completely automated, managed cloud architecture, enterprises can prevent application downtime and automate failovers — and modernize workloads in a secure, multi-cloud platform. Compared to high-availability implementations in traditional data centers, this type of cloud management provides clients with more cost-effective solutions.
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Designed with our enterprise clients in mind, the solution features IBM Cloud infrastructure, VMware software-defined data center technologies as well Intel Optane DC SSD and IBM Services, including networks, storage, resiliency and tools for monitoring cloud applications.
The architecture works with multi-zone regions (MZRs) in IBM Cloud to provide an aggregate 99.99 percent infrastructure availability. IBM Cloud MZRs are located today in Dallas, Washington, Frankfurt, London, Tokyo and Sydney.
No matter where you are in your cloud journey, contact us to find out how we can help you simplify migrating your business-critical applications to the cloud.