5 VMware Tanzu Figures To Know
VMware Tanzu is rapidly gaining market momentum as enterprises and developers across the globe leverage Tanzu’s Kubernetes capabilities to build modern applications faster than ever before.
“Given the importance of application modernization and digital initiatives at all of our customers, you can imagine why Tanzu is becoming more and more central to what we talk about with a lot of our customers,” said VMware’s new CEO Raghu Raghuram during the company’s recent first quarter financial earnings report.
VMware Tanzu enables businesses to run Kubernetes in vSphere and manage Kubernetes across multiple clouds whether its public or private, while allowing customers to automate the delivery of containerized workloads. With roughly 80 million workloads today currently on vSphere platforms in the data center, Tanzu is top of mind in VMware’s strategy to becoming a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) and subscription software company.
CRN breaks down five figures and stats around VMware Tanzu Kubernetes in 2021 that channel partners, customers and investors should know.