VMware vCloud Director - license

Mfg. Part: VC-CD-25VM-F-L3 | CDW Part: 2212399 | UNSPSC: 43233006
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  • License
  • 25 virtual machines
  • federal
  • TPP
  • level 3 ( 1000-1749 )
  • U.S. Federal only
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  • License
  • 25 virtual machines
  • federal
  • TPP
  • level 3 ( 1000-1749 )
  • U.S. Federal only
Pool virtual infrastructure resources in your existing datacenter and deliver them to users as a catalog-based service with VMware vCloud Director. VMware vCloud Director enables customers to build secure private clouds, transforming the way IT delivers and manages infrastructure services and the way users access and consume these services: increase business agility by empowering users to deploy pre-configured services or custom-built services with the click of a button; maintain security and control over a multi-tenant environment with policy-based user controls; reduce costs by efficiently delivering resources to internal organizations as virtual datacenters to increase consolidation and simplify management; follow an evolutionary path to the cloud by leveraging existing investments and open standards for interoperability and application portability between clouds.

Cloud computing leverages the efficient pooling of resources, delivered and consumed as a service. These resources can be provided externally by a third party in public clouds or internally by corporate IT in a private cloud. VMware vCloud Director enables you to build private and hybrid clouds that are compatible with VMware public clouds. VMware vCloud Director is a software solution that enables enterprises to build secure, multi-tenant private clouds by pooling infrastructure resources into virtual datacenters and exposing them to users through web-based portals and programmatic interfaces as fully automated, catalog-based services.

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