The growing adoption of cloud in managing the IT has evoked prolific potential for forth Cloud Infrastructure. No matter, Microsoft and IBM are swaying to surge the cost of their Cloud Infrastructure. Now, VMware has trumpet that it is witnessing an acceptable adoption of VMware vCloud Suite – its advanced cloud infrastructure solution among enterprises in India. As the local enterprises are vigorously adopting Software-Defined Datacenter (SDDC) approach to IT in their principle sectors; VMware happens to avant-grade India’s cloud infrastructure market.
VMware vCloud Suite is an integrated offering for building and managing a VMware vSphere private cloud. Based on Software-Defined Data Center architecture, it dramatically enhances precision, agility, and control for IT organizations.
VMware vCloud Suite assists enterprises to automate their IT operations, manage performance and gain visibility across physical and virtual infrastructure with a unified management experience. A business running vCloud Suite becomes a stimulus to customer demands, spend more time on innovation, and be ready for the next generation of applications.
Further commenting on the prognosticated growth, Arun Parameswaran, Managing Director, VMware India said IT organizations need to rapidly transform and partner with the business to stay competitive in a dynamic business environment. The ability to drive real impact has made the software-defined data center mainstream among leading businesses in India. We are seeing our local customers increasingly adopt our vision for the software-defined data center to deliver the automation, operations and business management capabilities that make IT a strategic partner to the business,” he added.
“In India’s highly competitive life insurance market, technology plays a critical role in partnering with business and we, at Max Life, are aggressively pursuing a digital transformation journey to meet the needs of our consumers,” said Ekhlaque Bari, Executive Vice-President – IT, Max Life Insurance Company Limited.
As report cites customers in India are expected to save an estimated US$4 billion between 2014 and 2020 by adopting a software-defined approach to managing IT.