Rackspace Technology, an end-to-end multi-cloud technology solutions company, announced that it has expanded its managed services across VMware-based multi-cloud solutions. Rackspace Technology is now supporting Azure VMware Solution, Google Cloud VMware Engine, VMware Cloud on Dell EMC, Dell Technologies Cloud Platform (DTCP), and VMware Tanzu.
A multi-cloud environment supported by a hybrid cloud foundation
Customers can accelerate their move to the cloud by extending their VMware environments to AWS, Azure and Google Cloud. Rackspace provides managed services for Dell Technologies Cloud Platform (DTCP). This means to benefit from a hyper-converged infrastructure based on Dell VxRail for customers. They can develop, test, and run cloud-native applications alongside legacy applications on a single platform. In addition to this, delivering managed services for VMware Tanzu provides a cohesive and nimble platform to support customers’ ongoing digital transformations.
Fidelma Russo, senior vice president and general manager, Cloud Services Business Unit, VMware, said,
“Multi-cloud is the new reality for business and is the cornerstone for modern application strategies. Partners such as Rackspace Technology bring decades of VMware experience and technical acumen that can help guide customers through their digital transformation journey built on a multi-cloud foundation.”
By strengthening its strategic alliance with VMware, Rackspace Technology also expanded its Managed VMware Cloud on AWS solution to support Amazon EC2 i3en.mental and 2-host configurations. Additionally, Rackspace supports CloudHealth by VMware as part of its Platform Essentials Service Blocks.
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