The VMware vSphere enables IT to increase control through service-level automation. VMware vSphere, the industry's first cloud operating system, dramatically reduces capital and operating costs and maximizes IT efficiency - with the freedom to choose any application, OS, or hardware.
VMware vSphere Standard offers basic consolidation of applications to slash hardware costs while accelerating application deployment.
Reduce costs and maximize it efficiency
Dramatically reduce capital and operational expenses, while minimizing any potential lost revenue associated with downtime, outages and failures. VMware vSphere is proven to comprehensively virtualize server, storage, and networking resources, reducing capital and operational expenses per application by more than 50-percent. Organizations can achieve consolidation ratios of more than 15:1, while increasing efficiency through management automation and the dynamic allocation of resources to business-critical applications across internal and external cloud infrastructures.
Increase IT control through service-level automation
Automate the enforcement of service-level agreements to ensure the availability, security and scalability of business-critical applications. VMware vSphere shields application owners from the complexity of servers, storage and network infrastructure - enabling them to focus on delivering business value. The result is an automated, controlled and resilient IT environment that responds rapidly to changing business requirements.
Empower your IT department with choice
Deliver business services on-demand with the freedom to choose the right industry standard hardware, application architecture, operating system, and in-house or external infrastructure to suit your business. With VMware vSphere, your IT environment is future-proofed and ready to adapt to changing requirements. You retain flexibility of choice - independent of hardware, OS, applications or providers - so you can feel confident about deploying today's and future applications in the internal or external cloud.