How IBM and VMware are helping clients modernize workloads

Governments have embraced hybrid cloud to deliver agility and drive their digital transformation. This requires government departments to be able to run workloads and applications across more than one environment, and often multiple clouds. Yet at the same time, many organizations are struggling with the complexity to make all their environments work together. It’s critical for all governments charged with safeguarding the most sensitive data to enable their infrastructure to work holistically, and avoid creating blind spots that can open the door to risk. As ransomware attacks continue to grow, security and compliance requirements evolve, and customer expectations for convenient and frictionless experiences are at an all-time high, it’s clear there’s a lot on the line. To successfully drive meaningful digital transformation, it takes the right technology, skills and support to thrive in today’s hybrid cloud world.

To meet this need, VMware and IBM are building on their more than 20-year partnership with new and expanded solutions aiming to support their joint clients’ needs and goals in deploying and managing VMware workloads. Supported through close alignment with their go-to-market, sales, and support motions, these targeted solutions, and accompanying flexible consumption models, aim to make it easier for partners and joint clients of IBM and VMware to deliver differentiated services, reduce overall IT costs, and optimize investments in cloud.

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Published On: September 5, 2023
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IBM is a leading cloud platform and cognitive solutions company. Restlessly reinventing since 1911, IBM is the largest technology and consulting employer in the world, with more than 350,000 employees serving clients in 170 countries. With Watson, the AI platform for business, powered by data, IBM is building industry-based solutions to real-world problems.