VMware is launching a new Cross-Cloud architecture geared toward improving software-defined data center (SDDC) and hybrid cloud deployments, the company announced on Monday at the 2016 VMworld conference in Las Vegas, NV.
According to VMware documents, the new architecture could extend the company’s current hybrid cloud strategy by more effectively allowing customers to run apps in multiple clouds, within a common operating environment. This includes apps running in public clouds like Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft Azure.
The architecture “enables consistent deployment models, security policies, visibility, and governance for all applications, running on-premises and off, regardless of the underlying cloud, hardware platform or hypervisor,” according to a VMware press release.
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