Deloitte Empowers Users with a Dynamic Private Cloud
May 02, 2014
With the rapid penetration of virtualization and the need to deliver IT faster and cheaper, private cloud computing appears to be taking off in great style. Deloitte (News - Alert) is helping this cause by announcing a new private cloud solution –Cloud ServiceFabric, which leverages the VMware vCloud suite and accelerates the implementation of an on-premise private cloud.
"As organizations continue to realize the benefits of a software-defined data center architecture, we are pleased to work closely with Deloitte to empower a diverse set of customers to rapidly deploy and scale a dynamic private cloud solution," said Dan Smoot, senior vice president, Global Customer Operations, VMware.
VMware vCloud Suite is an integrated suite of cloud infrastructure and management software that enables customers to build and operate vSphere-based private clouds based on a software-defined data center architecture.
Cloud ServiceFabric delivers private cloud technology that is tested and ready to use and offers organizations an on-demand private cloud offering. In addition, it integrates four key service management processes along with a cloud operating model. Deloitte's "Cloud-Factory" toolset can be used to rapidly reconfigure vCloud Suite so it aligns with the needs of a particular organization.
Thus it helps maximize internal IT resources using a streamlined approach that can be implemented within weeks, with reduced costs and risk.
"Clients using this new solution can benefit from the deep knowledge of Deloitte's consulting professionals combined with leading virtualization and cloud solutions from VMware," said Eric Openshaw, vice chairman, Deloitte LLP and U.S. technology, media and telecommunications leader.
Openshaw proclaimed, "Deloitte is offering a unique pre-configured private cloud capability that maximizes internal IT resources while reducing implementation and operating costs."
Hopefully with the use of Cloud ServiceFabric with VMware vCloud Suite, organizations will realize greater agility and flexibility.
Edited by Maurice Nagle