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Datastax and Vmware Created New Platform for Hybrid Cloud Solutions

By Cloud Computing Outlook | Tuesday, August 20, 2019

The expanded collaboration will benefit the users by simplifying the management, and will also allow customers to deploy VMware-hosted applications.

FREMONT, CA: A modern cloud data platform with smart services DataStax names a software company providing cloud and virtualization services VMware, as the partner. DataStax, the company that has specialized in delivering commercial support for Apache Cassandra, is expanding their collaboration to include hybrid and multi-cloud configurations.

The hybrid solution of DataStax and VMware will deliver more secure, data, consistent infrastructure, and application management experience across on-premises, hybrid, and multi-cloud applications. Hybrid and multi-cloud services are secure, flexible, and reliable. The hybrid cloud is mixed computing, storage, and services environment made up of on-premises infrastructure, private cloud services, and a public cloud. VMware creates a common operating environment across on-premises, private cloud, and public cloud services.

The expanded relationship will serve the customers with new features like simplified management, hybrid and multi-cloud capabilities, enterprise-grade availability, and intrinsic security. Customers are looking for investment protection to develop and run databases uniformly and VMware with DataStax is ready to deliver a seamless experience across the hybrid cloud.

The partners are providing the Full Enterprise-Ready Solution to the customers. Now the mutual customers of DataStax and VMware can deploy VMware-hosted applications whether on-premises or on thousands of public clouds globally, including Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, and IBM Cloud. They can also avoid cloud lock-in with unified operations between environments and across clouds with a single interface for end-to-end security and infrastructure management.

The expanded collaboration enables users to prevent cloud vendor lock-in, improve developer productivity by being able to easily test use cases in minutes, and ultimately, rely on DataStax for enterprise data management and VMware as the platform for modern applications. It will also allow customer’s investment protection to develop and run databases uniformly from development to production across the hybrid cloud.

The new solution is no doubt a cost saving one, and also supports a fast-moving digital business transformation. Agility is considered the primary benefit of the hybrid solution.

The cloud-native platform DataStax also provides services to CISCO, Safeway, eBay, Sony, CapitalOne and many more.

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