Founded in 1998, VMware today offers the most mature, stable and widely adopted virtualization platform in the world, accelerating digital transformation for companies around the globe. With VMware’s vSphere suite of virtualization products, companies can create and manage multiple “virtual” servers on a single physical server, resulting in 80 percent greater utilization of server resources and up to 50 percent savings on capital and operating expenses. Each virtual machine can run different operating systems and multiple applications, maximizing computing resources while enabling segregation of workloads for greater security, efficiency and/or productivity.
With vSphere, companies benefit from a common platform to manage all applications, whether running in a data center or on a user’s mobile device, greatly simplifying IT so decision makers can focus less on infrastructure and more on innovation. Organizations also gain great support and low TCO with the flexibility to deploy virtualization on-premise (at the corporate location), on cloud servers, or in a combination of both for a hybrid solution. In a hybrid environment, IT decision makers gain unlimited flexibility and scalability and can more easily meet the compliance regulations that require tight segregation of confidential or personal information.