Virtualization and cloud infrastructure vendor VMware on Monday said its vCloud Hybrid Service is available from new data centers in Santa Clara, Calif. and Sterling, Va.
Both locations are designed to serve the growing demand for vCloud Hybrid Service and comprised of high performance cloud architecture.
These new data centers complement VMware’s existing data center in Las Vegas, Nev.
U.S. enterprise customers will benefit from expanded access to a VMware public cloud to seamlessly extend their data center to the cloud without compromise.
“Customers now have additional strategic East and West coast locations from which to take advantage of VMware’s hybrid cloud service that is completely interoperable with existing infrastructure and enables new and existing applications to run without compromise,” said Bill Fathers, senior vice president and general manager, Hybrid Cloud Services Business Unit, VMware.
VMware vCloud Hybrid Service, built on VMware vSphere, enables customers to extend the same applications, networking, management, operations and tools across both on-premises and off-premises environments. Customers can manage and automate vCloud Hybrid Service from their vSphere console, vCloud Automation Center, vCloud Application Director and their own tools using the vCloud API.
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