All the news from VMWorld 2019 in Barcelona.


VMware updates its portfolio

As expected, VMware is announcing a slew of new solutions, innovations and partnerships at its flagship EMEA conference and expo aimed at reinforcing its vision of a software architecture that enables any app, on any cloud, to any device.

The updates span VMware’s technology portfolio, with a spotlight on the company’s vision for intrinsic security, and transformation in the way enterprises build, run and manage software on Kubernetes.

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Routed is Africa’s first VMware Cloud Verified partner

Cloud infrastructure provider, Routed, has become the first company on the African continent to attain VMware Cloud Verified status.
The Cloud Verified badge signals to customers that Routed offers a service running on top of the complete VMware Cloud infrastructure. Through Cloud Verified partner services, customers attain access to the full set of VMware Cloud Infrastructure capabilities including integration and interoperability, cost optimisation and flexibility.

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VMware targets Kubernetes with Tanzu

VMware has announced rapid advancement of VMware Tanzu, a new portfolio of products and services designed to transform the way enterprises build, run and manage software on Kubernetes. The company has unveiled a beta program for both Project Pacific and VMware Tanzu Mission Control, and outlined the details of a new VMware Cloud Native Master Services Competency.

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VMware,MS strengthen partnership

VMware says it will continue to partner with Microsoft to help customers accelerate their digital transformation journeys.

Building on announcements made at Dell Technologies World earlier this year, the two companies outlined new initiatives.

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