CloudVelox Simplifies Movement of VMware Workloads

| November 13, 2017

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Moving virtual machines around and between data centers is one thing. Migrating workloads around and between data centers is quite another challenge altogether. CloudVelox today announced an update to a One Hybrid Cloud suite of tools for migrating workloads running on top of VMware that makes it simpler to move workloads between local data centers or back to a data center from a public cloud. CloudVelox CEO Raj Dhingra says previously, CloudVelox had focused only on migrating workloads from a data center into a public cloud. But as adoption of cloud computing has increased, Dhingra says, many IT organizations are seeking to move workloads around public and private clouds as they best see fit. In fact, Dhingra notes that as usage patterns surrounding a workload that was originally deployed in a public cloud change, many IT organizations are discovering it becomes more economical to move that workload back to an on-premises IT environment.

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