The industry-leading virtualization software company, VMware, has partnered with NxtGen, the emerging leader in the datacenter and cloud services space, to help enterprises decrease time to market, reduce capex and development costs, with new solutions across public cloud and on-premise data centers.
As part of the alliance, the companies will deliver new solutions as part of the NxtGen Infinite Datacenter, provided from NxtGen’s Mumbai and Bengaluru data centers.
“Service providers like NxtGen can leverage VMware technology to help customers from decreased time to market, reduced capital expenditure and lowered development costs to stay competitive,” said Arun Parameswaran, Managing Director, VMware India.
With the growth in business needs and use cases, the enterprises go for multiple public and private cloud services along with the on-premise datacenter. It makes the IT infrastructure complex, and issues related to management and security arise.
NxtGen Infinite Datacenter provides the ability to integrate the internal and external environments of enterprise data. It makes it easy for enterprises to implement a private cloud on premise, and further move to hybrid cloud as well.
VMware will extend the datacenter expertise of NxtGen through its VMware NSX. Using NxtGen’s VMware NSX, the enterprises who run workloads on on-premise infrastructure, will be able to run the workloads into a public cloud as well, in case the demand arises.
“We look forward to continuing to strengthen NxtGen’s vision of an ‘Infinite Data Center’ through our partnership with VMware,” said AS Rajgopal, CEO, NxtGen.
Additionally, the integration also provides security, load-balancing, as well as Disaster-as-a-Service (DaaS) capabilities. VMware protects its software and virtual machines using App Defense.
VMware’s partnership with NxtGen will also promote hybrid cloud adoption.
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Last year, it had partnered with Amazon Web Services to launch VMware Cloud on AWS, which helped customers enjoy the cloud computing benefits without shelling out anything extra for any data center management software of VMware.