The solution enables IT-as-a-service in as few as 28 days, according to a company statement.
The EMC Enterprise Hybrid Cloud Solution “enables IT to be a broker of trusted cloud services while maintaining the freedom to choose the Management and Orchestration technology upon which the hybrid cloud is standardised”.
It features access to a service catalogue of automated data services, and interoperability with public cloud services built on VMware vCloud Air, Microsoft Azure, AWS and other EMC-powered cloud service providers.
It can also be built on VCE Vblock Systems and EMC VSPEX reference architectures for accelerated deployment.
In 2015, EMC plans to offer the EMC Enterprise Hybrid Cloud Solution built with Microsoft and OpenStack technology.
EMC’s solution for the Microsoft Cloud Platform will be designed to enable customers to integrate their on-premises EMC storage solutions and Windows Server Hyper-V infrastructure with Microsoft Azure, in order to deploy and manage applications and workloads across hybrid environments.
“EMC supports customer choice and is committed to helping customers be successful with their hybrid cloud deployments, regardless of the cloud platform they choose,” according to a statement.
“By offering the EMC Enterprise Hybrid Cloud Solution with Microsoft and OpenStack, EMC will extend the same value and benefits to those solutions that are being delivered in the EMC Enterprise Hybrid Cloud Federation Software-Defined Data Centre Edition with VMware.”
EMC is also introducing new professional and educational services designed to help customers quickly implement the EMC Enterprise Hybrid Cloud Solution within their IT environment.
The EMC Enterprise Hybrid Cloud Federation Software-Defined Data Centre Edition with VMware is available now.