F5 Management Plug-in for vCenter Orchestrator lauded for bringing
together VMware and F5 BIG-IP capabilities and streamlining cloud
VMware partners and vendors from around the world that have contributed solutions to the
The F5 plug-in provides workflows and actions that support the seamless delivery of F5 BIG-IP® application services in VMware-based environments. The plug-in enables the automation of integrated BIG-IP tasks such as auto-scaling, application provisioning, and automatic system maintenance and patching. This plug-in is available to mutual customers free of charge.
“Our priority is to make flexible, programmable Software Defined Application Services™ available to organizations regardless of the physical and virtual components they choose for their infrastructures,” said
Launched in 2013, the
For additional information on F5’s technology alliance and partnership efforts with VMware, please visit https://f5.com/partners/product-technology-alliances/vmware.
F5 (NASDAQ: FFIV) provides solutions for an application world. F5 helps organizations seamlessly scale cloud, data center, and software defined networking (SDN) deployments to successfully deliver applications to anyone, anywhere, at any time. F5 solutions broaden the reach of IT through an open, extensible framework and a rich partner ecosystem of leading technology and data center orchestration vendors. This approach lets customers pursue the infrastructure model that best fits their needs over time. The world’s largest businesses, service providers, government entities, and consumer brands rely on F5 to stay ahead of cloud, security, and mobility trends. For more information, go to f5.com.
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