Advancing and Simplifying Software Defined Infrastructure (SDI) Solutions
Intel and VMware enable next-generation software-defined data center (SDDC), hybrid cloud, and virtualized enterprise workload solutions.
For over a decade, Intel and VMware have collaborated to deliver innovative solutions that enable IT to continually transform their data centers. We continue that legacy today to accelerate Software Defined Infrastructure (SDI) and hybrid cloud deployments, enabling IT to advance innovation, optimize system services in real-time, deliver business agility, improve security and control, and lower operational costs.
Optimized VMware hyper-converged solutions based on Intel® architecture bring together best-in-class compute, storage and network virtualization managed through vRealize. These solutions help simplify and speed SDI/SDDC adoption in the enterprise and are delivered in different forms including:
Working together, we enable optimized and unified hybrid cloud solutions, based on VMware software and Intel® architecture that enable customers to confidently integrate clouds of any type to scale and extend their businesses. Joint efforts also provide comprehensive security measures in software and hardware. These advanced solutions let IT rapidly develop, automatically deliver, and manage all of their enterprise applications.
This video features interviews with VMware, Intel, and phoenixNAP executives discussing how VMware’s use of Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors in data centers.
Intel and VMware help organizations move to a software-defined infrastructure to accelerate performance and improve security, flexibility, and agility. VMware Cloud Foundation* makes hybrid cloud possible and delivers elastic scalability.
Richard Brunner, Principal Engineer, and VP of Server Platform Technology at VMware, joins Conversations in the Cloud to discuss the new Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors and how VMware is collaborating with Intel to deliver new data center solutions, based on the new processor capabilities.
Read Michael Haag's blog on how VMware vSAN 6.6 supports Intel® Xeon® processor Scalable family on day 1 - ushering in the next-generation of hyper-converged solutions that can deliver 2.5x greater performance and 2.5x greater VM density versus previous server platforms and vSAN 6.5, cutting your costs to adopt HCI even more than before.
A validated solution built from VMware, Dell EMC, and Intel lets you deploy and manage Docker* containers alongside traditional, VM-based workloads.
PhoenixNAP increases performance and security for virtualization, cloud, and demanding workloads with VMware NSX* and Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors.
Testing the next generation Hyperconverged configurations based on VMware vSAN* and Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors with Intel® Optane™ technology and 3D Flash storage.
VMware Virtual SAN* (VSAN) software running on hardware powered by Intel® architecture delivers a high-performance, scalable storage solution that easily scales, and helps reduce the total cost of ownership of storage by as much as 50 percent.
The integration of McAfee Network Security Platform into VMware NSX* allows IT to dynamically protect, manage, remediate, and support compliance in their SDI with next-generation Intrusion Prevention System (IPS) services. This enhances the ability of VMware NSX* to securely deliver next-generation network virtualization for enterprises.