vCloud Suite includes both vRealize Suite Management, a cloud management platform purpose-built for the hybrid cloud that enables IT to quickly deliver infrastructure and applications without sacrificing the control IT requires, and vSphere Compute Virtualization, an industry-leading server virtualization platform.
VMware vCloud Suite lets you build and run a vSphere-based private cloud that delivers cloud service provider economics at scale and automated operations management.
vCloud Suite delivers a broad IT automation solution including a cloud management solution & platform in support DevOps. It begins by delivering an architecture on which data centers can be virtualized & managed effectively by consolidating servers. The solution then can aid IT in automation as it delivers “DevOps-Ready IT” with a complete application stack across vSphere & hybrid cloud resources & support developer access from both API & GUI.
|Leading Verticals||Cloud Service Providers, Financials, Government & Education, Healthcare, Retail and Enterprise|
|Solution Classification||Cloud Management Platform|
|CMPs Supported||OpenStack, VMware, Amazon Web Services|
The vRealize Suite Cloud Management Platform (CMP) is the management control plane for the Software-Defined Data Center (SDDC). It is unique because it contains native integrations across VMware technologies makes vRealize Suite the central management platform for organizations building out an SDDC based on VMware virtualization technologies.
VMware’s Photon Controller enables you to create thousands of new containers per minute and support hundreds of thousands of total simultaneous workloads. Photon Controller is a component of Photon Platform. Photon OS is a lightweight Linux container runtime designed to integrate with VMware infrastructure.
|Enterprise Directory Integration||LDAP and Microsoft Active Directory|
|Performance and Scalability||
vCenter Server on Windows scales up to support up to 10,000 powered-on virtual machines. The vCenter Server Virtual Appliance is an alternative choice that comes pre-configured and enables faster deployment method along with reduced operating system licensing costs. When using an external Oracle database, the vCenter Server Virtual Appliance can support a maximum of 10,000 virtual machines.