VMware has announced a comprehensive portfolio of products and services to help customers modernise their applications and infrastructure.
These offerings are immediately available in all regions of Africa and are expected to be a huge driver in economic growth for the company – especially in Nigeria which has an economy currently growing faster than South Africa’s.
VMware is introducing the newly expanded VMware Tanzu portfolio for modern applications, and VMware Cloud Foundation 4 with Tanzu, the automated, turnkey hybrid cloud platform that now supports both traditional VM-based and container-based applications featuring the new VMware Cloud Foundation Services using Tanzu Kubernetes Grid and the new VMware vSphere 7 to drive developer productivity.
With a comprehensive software stack for modern applications-spanning application to infrastructure, VMware is well positioned to enable and guide customers to develop new modern applications as well as modernise existing applications and infrastructure.
“We bring to market a comprehensive portfolio for modern apps to help customers accelerate their pace of innovation,” said Pat Gelsinger, CEO, VMware. “VMware gives developers the freedom to deliver apps to any cloud, remove barriers to Kubernetes adoption, and help IT administrators transform their skills in support of a new wave of modern apps.”