Enterprise Management Associates (EMA) perspective cloud automation services

Enterprise Management Associates (EMA) perspective cloud automation services

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At VMworld in Las Vegas we were excited to announce our new SaaS-based cloud automation services. Since then we have had a lot of organizations sign up for trials and begin using our services and they have been really happy with the results.

In case you haven’t heard, our cloud automation services make it easy and efficient for developers to get what they need to build and deploy applications. The cloud automation services consist of VMware Cloud Assembly, VMware Service Broker and VMware Code Stream. Together, these services streamline application delivery, enable cloud flexibility and choice, and control costs. Additionally, these services facilitate collaboration and increase agility between traditionally siloed groups helping to further accelerate business innovation.

Cloud Assembly

Orchestrates and expedites infrastructure and application delivery in line with DevOps principles across multiple cloud

Service Broker

Aggregates native content from multiple clouds and platforms into a single catalog with role-based policies

Code Stream

Speeds software delivery and streamlines troubleshooting with release pipelines and analytics

EMA Quick Take

Since our launch, Torsten Volk at Enterprise Management Associates did a “Quick Take” on our cloud automation services. Torsten did a great job summarizing our services and the pain points we are addressing in the market.

Have you had a chance to try our new services and see how they could impact your organization? Sign up for a free 30-day trial today! It’s easy to get started and super-fast at getting workloads across public, private or hybrid clouds.

Read the EMA Quick Take

Start a Cloud Automation Services Trial

 

Learn more about our Cloud Automation Services:

Cloud Assembly

Service Broker

Code Stream

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