Cohesity for VMware Cloud on AWS

| July 11, 2019

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VMware has been a staple for enterprise IT for many years, and the recent addition of VMware Cloud on AWS has finally made working in the cloud a lot easier for VMware customers. It reduces complexity and eliminates the need to retool for the cloud, and also makes the cloud an attractive destination for disaster recovery. As adoption grows, customers need to consider the best way to backup their VMware Cloud VMs and how to integrate back to their on-premises VMware environments to fully take advantage of hybrid cloud.

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