VMWare and IBM partnership will help companies become cloud-based and virtual

February 22, 2016
Aaron Polmeer

By Nate Swanner


IBM is trying to push businesses into a more virtual realm. A new partnership with VMWare will help businesses utilize the cloud while still using virtualization, which will help them offload workflow from on-premise data centers to the cloud. Nearly 100 percent of Fortune 500 companies use VMWare, says IBM, and moving to the cloud can “help companies scale globally while avoiding the retooling expenses, development risks and security concerns” associated with doing so. IBM currently operates over 45 data centers worldwide. VMWare and IBM jointly developed software that will let businesses use SDDC environments consisting of VMware vSphere, NSX and Virtual…

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