CT Link Becomes a VMware Enterprise Partner!

CT Link Becomes a VMware Enterprise Partner!

On June 29, 2018, CT Link officially signed up to become a VMware enterprise partner.  VMware’s core business focuses on support to modernize data centers, integrating public cloud, empowering digital workspaces and transforming security for its clients.  These focuses have helped VMware become one of the leading figures in the virtualization software market and a main reason why CT Link Systems, Inc. has decided to be an official partner focusing on products such as vSphere and vSAN.

VMware vSphere virtualizes and aggregates the underlying physical hardware resources across multiple systems and provides pools of virtual resources to the datacenter. As a cloud operating system, VMware vSphere manages large collections of infrastructure (such as CPUs, storage, and networking) as a seamless and dynamic operating environment, and also manages the complexity of a datacenter.

VMware vSAN on the other hand, is a hyper-converged, software-defined storage (SDS) product that pools together direct-attached storage devices (storage that is used individually and not accessible to others) across a VMware vSphere cluster to create a distributed, shared data store.

For those who are interested in learning more about VMware we will be releasing a more in-depth article on the vSphere and vSAN soon!  If you wish to learn more about it now, you can contact us at 893-9515 and we will be happy to answer your inquires!

About VMware

VMware is a software company that provides virtualization and cloud computing services. It was founded in 1998 and is based in Palo Alto, California. VMware’s software allows users to create virtual machines, which are essentially emulations of a physical computer system. These virtual machines can run multiple operating systems simultaneously on a single physical machine, which can help companies save money on hardware and simplify IT management.

VMware’s virtualization software is used by businesses of all sizes, from small startups to large corporations. It has become particularly popular among organizations that run data centers or operate large-scale cloud computing environments. VMware’s software can help these businesses to maximize their hardware resources, reduce downtime, and improve the reliability of their IT infrastructure.

In addition to its virtualization software, VMware also offers a range of cloud computing services. These services include vCloud Director, which allows businesses to create and manage virtual data centers in the cloud, and vSphere, which provides a platform for running and managing virtual machines in the cloud. VMware also offers a range of cloud-based applications and services, including VMware Cloud on AWS, which allows businesses to run their VMware workloads on the Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud.

One of the key benefits of VMware’s software is its ability to provide high levels of security and reliability. Its virtualization technology helps to isolate applications and data, which can help to prevent security breaches and minimize the risk of data loss. VMware’s software also includes a range of features designed to improve performance and reduce downtime, such as automated failover and load balancing.