Today, it is crucial for companies to prioritize software agility in order to ensure resilience. However, implementing this priority at scale is challenging, as there are different cloud tools, methodologies, and skills needed to successfully improve application delivery.
In relation to it, vmware today announced new capabilities in the VMware Tanzu and VMware Aria platforms to empower customers to take a cloud-intelligent approach to delivering modern applications on any cloud.
“Customers tell us they need to innovate quickly while managing cost, security, and performance. In response, we have accelerated the release of new capabilities in VMware Tanzu and VMware Aria,” said Purnima Padmanabhan, general manager and senior vice president of modern applications and management at VMware.
The new version 1.5 of the Tanzu Application Platform offers new capabilities that allow companies to create and deploy software faster and more securely, thanks to a more comprehensive set of developer tools.
The platform improves end-to-end application security, accelerates developer and platform engineering experiences, and increases support for third-party integrations. These include improvements to platform and developer engineering experiences, simplified large-scale deployment on EKS with AWS QuickStart, increased compatibility with Azure, out-of-the-box security tools, and expanded customer options.
New capabilities of the VMware Tanzu and VMware Aria platforms help enterprises prioritize software agility and adopt an intelligent cloud approach
The company has also introduced several innovations across the VMware Aria platform, including Aria Hub powered by Aria Graph, Aria Cost powered by CloudHealth, and Aria Guardrails.
These solutions help cloud operations teams take advantage of multi-cloud capabilities with intelligent insights into distributed environments, and provide capabilities that enable cost, performance, and security of applications and infrastructure to be optimized to meet customer needs. of business professionals.
In this way, VMware improves multicloud visibility with the addition of Google Cloud support in VMware Aria Hub Free Tier along with AWS and Azure, adds support for Kubernetes environments with a new infrastructure dashboard with service-to-service topology view, and adds VMware Aria Guardrails capabilities.
Extending multi-cloud cost management, VMware Aria Cost now includes support for Alibaba Cloud, which enables customers and partners to gain visibility into all Alibaba Cloud costs and usage on a single platform and streamline decision making.
Finally, VMware Aria Operations introduces a new integration with Aria Observability (a multi-cloud observability solution) to enable IT teams to gain contextualized visibility across their infrastructure, Kubernetes environments, and applications.