CloudMunch Collaborates with VMware, Offers CloudOps for Unified Workspace
BELLEVUE, WA: CloudMunch, provider of DevOps platform, has collaborated with VMware, supplier of cloud and virtualization software, to provide CloudOps for the Hybrid Cloud, which runs on VMware vCloud Air and VMware vSphere. It is a single, unified workspace and dashboard for infrastructure and application lifecycle management.
The new launch simplifies the development process across public, private and hybrid infrastructures leading enterprises to achieve faster release cycles, improved quality and helps them to promote continuous technology innovation.
“Companies are looking for new development and deployment options for their IT infrastructure to meet rapidly changing business requirements. Our work with CloudMunch on CloudOps enables customers to take advantage of the speed and agility of virtual infrastructure while using their preferred tools and existing systems in the enterprise data center,” says Michael Cincinatus, Senior Director of Product Marketing, Cloud Services.
With the powerful features set to build, scale and manufacture infrastructure and applications in the hybrid cloud, CloudOps also runs on Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure. Regardless of the organization’s DevOps environment, it enables enterprises to develop and move applications effortlessly between on premises and off-premises, which helps teams to organize the entire DevOps process in a single workspace. It also enables unchanged running of traditional client/server IT architecture in a federated public-private cloud providing workload portability.
Moreover, CloudMunch CloudOps software pipelines can be run over and over and it allows teams to focus on writing code without wasting time on managing unnecessary tasks. It also lets users build custom templates, specific to their processes and tools; and by keeping a complete audit trail of all actions and activities within an application or environment, it provides a transparent and traceable actions across the organization.
Talking about the partnership and the new launch, Pradeep Prabhu, Co-founder and CEO of CloudMunch, says, “We are delighted to collaborate with VMware on our CloudOps solution to help address the Enterprise DevOps challenges for the Hybrid Cloud. It lets enterprise customers to use one dashboard and one workspace across projects, technologies, tools and clouds providing a single view for Enterprise DevOps at Scale.”
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