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VMware to extend its Horizon Cloud services on Microsoft Azure

VMware Inc. – leading provider of cloud infrastructure services and business mobility, through an official announcement, conveyed that it will deliver its VMware Horizon Cloud on Microsoft popular cloud platform – Azure. The integration will accelerate the adoption process of Windows 10 and expand the reach of VMware virtual desktops and applications to globally present Azure regions. Last year, the company had entered a deal on similar lines with Microsoft’s key competitor, AWS, extending its infrastructure on Amazon’s public cloud. With this, VMware is all set to follow a cross-cloud strategy for extending its services on a global scale. Talking about the move, Sumit Dhawan, senior vice president and GM, VMware said, “The addition of VMware Horizon Cloud on Microsoft Azure puts VMw...

OnApp Cloud v3.1 Enables Service Providers to Include Dedicated Smart Servers Into the Cloud

Cloud services provider OnApp  yesterday announced OnApp Cloud v3.1, a new version of its flagship product OnApp Cloud that allows services providers to offer truly hybrid cloud services, utilizing smart and bare metal servers that can be managed with a single platform – OnApp control panel. With OnApp you can put workloads where it makes sense to put them – on bare metal, on a smart server or in a public or private cloud. You get a single pane of glass into the different services running across your infrastructure, and so do your customers. – Ditlev Bredahl, CEO, OnApp. OnApp Cloud v3.0 was rolled out earlier this year with an integrated SAN, global CDN and new support for VMware clouds. This new version adds cloud benefits to service providers’ legacy hosting offerings and enables ...

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