VMworld Rewind #5: Scale Your Cloud Services with Multitenancy on VMware Cloud on AWS

Welcome to the VMworld Rewind blog series for VMware cloud partners. We’re here to make sure you didn’t miss any of the key highlights from VMworld 2020 and that you are fully aware of the latest innovations from VMware. In part 5 of the series, we recap important announcements around multitenancy with VMware Cloud Director service and share key sessions, demos, and other resources to prepare you for this new offering.

Empowering Partners to Help Customers Navigate their Multi-Cloud Journey

It’s getting increasingly complex and complicated for enterprises to navigate multi-cloud. Customers globally are looking to service providers to help manage costs and are seeking platforms that help customers solve their multi-cloud pain points by providing secure and future-proof compute and data infrastructure — whether it’s in their own datacenter or public cloud.

Expand Your Business to Deliver High-Value Managed Services

To that end, VMware has made VMware Cloud Director service generally available to cloud partners and managed service providers through VMware Cloud Partner Navigator. With VMware Cloud Director service, get the same VMware Cloud Director experience and multitenancy in an asset-light model (powered under the hood by VMware Cloud on AWS) and facilitate self-service capabilities for their customers.

The following VMworld on-demand sessions and demo cover VMware Cloud Director service in detail:

You can also find more resources on the VMware Cloud Director service page.

Increasing Service Provider Opportunities for Cloud Providers

VMware Cloud Director service introduces a fundamental shift in the way cloud partners deliver services. It allows cloud providers to deliver all-opex IaaS without having to purchase assets, datacenter gear and hardware, all while maintaining their brand, themes, and self-service experience.

Check Out the Entire VMworld Rewind Series

You can catch up on all of our announcements by checking out the other blogs in our VMworld Rewind series: