As federal agencies evaluate which cloud approach best suits their unique needs, knowing there is a trusted solution available that helps extend existing investments to cloud initiatives means peace of mind and doing good business.
Join us for an informative online seminar to learn more about VMware’s vCloud Director, a solution that empowers federal IT organizations to transform existing resources into a secure, private cloud. The result: increased efficiency and agility in federal datacenters, without the pain or commitment of rip-and-replace approaches. And, by delivering secure, cost-effective private clouds, federal IT organizations can act as true service providers for their agencies.
Attendees of this webcast will learn how vCloud Director:
* Increases agility by empowering users to deploy preconfigured or custom-built services with the click of a button
* Maintains security and control over multi-tenant environments with policy-based user controls and VMware vShield™ security technologies
* Reduces costs by efficiently delivering resources to internal organizations as virtual datacenters to increase consolidation and simplify management
* Leverages existing investments and open standards to ensure interoperability and application portability between clouds
vCloud Director is based upon VMware’s award-winning vSphere™ virtualization platform, which is the most deployed virtualization platform within the federal government. vCloud Director delivers secure private cloud computing with existing datacenter infrastructure by pooling virtual resources and delivering them to users as catalog-based services.
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