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12 New VMware NSX, Security And Kubernetes Products At VMWorld

Here are the 12 newest VMware products – from Kubernetes and Carbon Black to NSX and Workspace ONE – unveiled at VMWorld 2019 Europe this week.

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Project Path

VMware announced a tech preview of Project Path at VMWorld, which aims to help cloud providers and MSPs adopt new business models to generate new value, revenue and improved margins to their cloud businesses.

VMware said cloud providers are looking to expand their business model to offer VMware Software Defined Data Centers (SDDC) running in the major public clouds without owning and operating the underlying cloud infrastructure. These “asset-light” business models have created the need for Project Path, according to VMware, which will enable cloud providers to unify service delivery and operations for VMware-based clouds running both in their own data centers and in public clouds.

“With Project Path, partners will be able to accelerate their delivery of both VMware-based and native public cloud services, to more efficiently support customer operations across clouds, and better meet customer needs by deploying applications to whichever cloud best suits their business or IT requirements,” said VMware’s Bhardwaj.

Project Path will build on and expand on foundational capabilities of the VMware Cloud Provider Platform -- VMware vCloud Director and VMware Cloud Provider Hub --and be rolled out in phases to unify management and operations across all VMware cloud endpoints. These include the partners’ own clouds, VMware SDDCs running in AWS, Azure, Google Cloud, IBM Cloud, or Oracle Cloud, as well as native public clouds. Cloud providers will be able to deliver a suite of services such as self-service multi-tenant IaaS, containers, migration, backup, disaster recovery, object storage, Database As-A-Service, security, application templates, and more—on any VMware cloud endpoint.

 
 
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