The primary objective of this
service is a rapid installation, configuration, and high-level validation
(deployment) of a reference design for virtualized networking infrastructure
using VMware NSX for vSphere. The installation and configuration is conducted
jointly with customer team members to...
VMware’s industry-leading Network Virtualization
platform allows IT to build a true Software-Defined Data Center (SDDC), reduce
costs, increase productivity, efficiency, agility and responsiveness, simplify
provisioning and support business continuity and disaster recovery.
VMware Professional Services delivers a short
interactive workshop that reviews the product capabilities of VMware NSX for
vSphere. The objective of this planning workshop is to collaboratively work
with you throughout a 2-day workshop and discuss plans for implementation of
VMware NSX for vSphe...
With a VMware Virtual Technical Advisor as a member
of your team, a trusted resource will be available to enable clarity in process
and product, strategize solutions to lower TCO, help break reactive cycles, and
keep a focus on your journey to the cloud.
Bring a VMware Virtual Technical Advisor on to your
team immediately by reaching out to your local partner or VMware sales
representative for more information. Members of our VTA team are available to
discuss how the role can best benefit you!
VMware vSAN is a fast, resilient, easy-to-manage
software-defined storage platform that delivers flash-optimized,
hyper-converged storage for any application at a fraction of the cost of
traditional solutions. The VMware vSAN Deploy Service includes the
configuration of vSAN, ESXi Hosts, vCenter...
Managing and protecting applications, servers, users, and budgets has become more challenging for federal agencies. IT managers must provide access to applications in a world where a single mistake can open a pathway for attack. Users demand flexible access, and you need to deliver that while remain...
Many schools districts hit by ransomware demands believed they had properly protected their networks by using firewalls to separate their internal networks from the Internet. Unfortunately, malware often passes through firewalls in the form of email attachments opened by less-than-diligent users. VM...