Built on vSphere virtualization, VMware vCloud Hybrid Service offers automated replication, monitoring, and high availability of applications without requiring any code changes. Existing investments, processes and expertise can be leveraged to greatly simplify deployment into public, private and hybrid clouds, enabling lower total costs of ownership.
The ArrowSphere platform lets solution providers create branded webstores as well as integrate and sell best-of-breed cloud services from leading cloud service providers. ArrowSphere webstores puts solution providers at the forefront of cloud transformation opportunities by enabling them to continue serving as trusted advisors for customers seeking to purchase and integrate cloud services. ArrowSphere solution business services assist solution providers with adopting and scaling cloud practices by taking much of the guess-work out of business development.
“We are pleased to join with Arrow to offer VMware vCloud® Hybrid Service™, which enables customers to obtain comprehensive IT services from partners, while providing an easy and fast path to achieve the agility and efficiency of the public cloud,” said
“VMware vCloud Hybrid Service utilizes the same platform, skills and investments that are already widely deployed across the IT industry. This can greatly simplify and speed the deployment of hybrid cloud solutions,” said
More information about the ArrowSphere solution for cloud services is available online at http://sphere.arrow.com.
VMware, vSphere and VMware vCloud Hybrid Service are registered trademarks or trademarks of VMware, Inc. in
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