VMware has unveiled a series of updates to its virtualization software portfolio that will work to help enterprises manage workloads in multiple cloud computing-based platforms, Network World reported Tuesday.
Brandon Butler writes the company updated its vCloud Automation Center that is built to automate information technology services delivery.
Version six of the automation tool is built to work with Red Hat OpenStack in addition to Microsoft‘s and Amazon‘s cloud infrastructures, according to the report.
Butler reports vCenter Operations Management Suite 5.8 incorporates analytics technology that is designed to help users monitor configuration issues in cloud platforms from Microsoft, Amazon Web Services and VMware.
VMware also rolled out a tool for customers to compare the prices of cloud platforms used on-premise and in the cloud.