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Five Things You Need To Know About VMware's New NSX-Based Virtual Cloud Network

VMware launched new NSX-based initiatives at Dell Technologies World on Tuesday including NSX Cloud with Microsoft Azure.

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The Virtual Cloud Network

The Virtual Cloud Network enables organizations to create a digital business fabric for connecting and securing applications, data and users across the entire network in a hyper-distributed world, said Rajiv Ramaswami, chief operating officer at VMware.

"It's going to be a multi-cloud world. It's going to be a multi-hypervisor world. This is about an open-standard based network that can run across any infrastructure, and connect and secure anything and everything," Ramaswami said. With the Virtual Cloud Network, partners can create an end-to-end software-based network architecture that delivers services to applications and data wherever they are located. "We are helping customers build a Virtual Cloud Network today through a software-based digital business fabric that is flexible, programmable and inherently secure network," he said.

To deliver on this promise, VMware launched the NSX Cloud, NSX Data Center, NSX SD-WAN and NSX Hybrid Connect.

 
 
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