VMware Cloud on AWS is a jointly engineered service that brings VMware’s enterprise class Software-Defined Data Center SDDC software to the AWS Cloud, with optimized access to AWS services as well as robust disaster protection. VMware Cloud on AWS Tech Zone has all the technical resources that will help you get the most out of this service.
Take a closer look at the features that make VMware Cloud on AWS such a unique offering. Learn about the ways this service has been designed to assure availability, simplify management, and allow for seamless hybrid operation and migration to the cloud.
The VMware Cloud on AWS Unplugged Podcast gives you all the latest and greatest information to help accelerate your cloud migration journey. We host 1:1 discussions with VMware experts about topics ranging from VMware Cloud on AWS overview, key features and capabilities, product strategy and roadmap, tech tips for cloud migration, how the cloud economics work and much more.
Rapidly and easily migrate VMware vSphere-based workloads to the cloud with VMware Cloud on AWS. Leverage familiar VMware tools and skillsets to accelerate cloud migrations, and reduce the risk and cost of cloud migrations compared to alternatives that require conversions or re-architecture.
VMware Horizon for VMware Cloud on AWS delivers a seamlessly integrated hybrid cloud for virtual desktops and applications. It combines the enterprise capabilities of the VMware Software-Defined Data Center (SDDC), delivered as a service on AWS, with the market-leading capabilities of VMware Horizon for a simple, secure, and scalable solution.
VMware Cloud on AWS is an extensible platform that provides a number of ways to automate IT infrastructure operations across VMware products and services. Learn all the great ways you can automate the deployment and management of your VMware Cloud on AWS infrastructure.
With VMware Cloud on AWS, customers can run, monitor, and manage their Kubernetes clusters and virtual machines - all on the same infrastructure. VMware Tanzu Kubernetes Grid provides a consistent, upstream-compatible distribution of Kubernetes, that is tested, signed, and supported by VMware. Tanzu Kubernetes Grid is central to many of the offerings in the VMware Tanzu portfolio.
Built on the proven VMware software-defined datacenter foundation, VMware Cloud on AWS has the power to run your enterprise applications. The resources on this page will help you with getting ready for production deployments.
The starting point for successfully designing your VMware Cloud on AWS deployment. Discover the key considerations for designing at both small and large scales, strategies for planning an implementation, and how to tailor the solution to meet the business needs of your specific organization.
The technical details you need in order to successfully design your VMware Cloud deployment. Learn about the key components of a Software Defined Data Center (SDDC), how it is architected for cloud, and options available to taylor an SDDC to your specific needs.
This workshop teaches you how to use the VMware Tanzu Kubernetes Grid (TKG) Fling Demo Appliance to deploy management and workload clusters. It also covers storage considerations and teaches concepts through a demo application.
This guide explains how to set up prerequisites for the Tanzu Kubernetes Grid on VMC Workshop, which takes advantage of the Demo Appliance for Tanzu Kubernetes Grid (TKG) Fling, an easy-to-use utility that bundles all the required dependencies to deploy TKG Clusters running on VMware Cloud on AWS.
VMware Cloud Disaster Recovery is a comprehensive cloud-based disaster recovery service, with VMware Cloud on AWS, for the protection of on-premises vSphere workloads. This Hands-On Lab will take you through the steps of registering an on-premises vSphere environment, enabling protection policies for workloads, creating and testing Disaster Recovery plans then failing over workloads into VMware Cloud on AWS.
VMware Horizon for VMware Cloud on AWS delivers a seamlessly integrated hybrid cloud for virtual desktops and applications. It combines the enterprise capabilities of the VMware Software-Defined Data Center (SDDC), delivered as a service on Amazon Web Services (AWS), with the market-leading capabilities of VMware Horizon for a simple, secure, and scalable solution. You can address use cases such as on-demand capacity, disaster recovery, and cloud co-location without buying additional data center resources.