VMware has announced advancements to its cloud management platform with the introduction of VMware vRealize Suite 7 featuring new releases of VMware vRealize Operations and VMware vRealize Log Insight along with VMware vRealize Automation 7 and VMware vRealize Business for Cloud 7. The suite’s new product updates together with pricing and packaging enhancements are designed to help customers readily address the most common use cases VMware has identified in customers’ journey to the cloud.
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“VMware is focused on delivering an enterprise-ready hybrid cloud management platform to help our customers gain a major competitive edge as a digital business,” said Ajay Singh, senior vice president and general manager, Management Suites Business Unit, VMware. “VMware vRealize Suite 7 is designed to meet our customers’ strict requirements for day one service provisioning and day-two operations of applications and infrastructure across multiple private and public cloud environments.”
Addressing Intelligent Operations, Infrastructure Modernization and DevOps Initiatives, the VMware vRealize Suite provides customers the ability to provision and manage at scale – compute, storage, network and application services across hybrid cloud environments.
VMware vRealize Operations 6.2 is now available. VMware vRealize Suite 7 and VMware vRealize Log Insight 3.3 are expected to become available in Q1 2016. VMware vRealize Suite 7 will be made available in three editions: Standard ($3,745 per Portable Licensing Unit or PLU), Advanced ($6,245 per PLU) and Enterprise ($7,745 per PLU).