vmware inc-class a (VMW) Details
VMware, Inc. provides virtualization infrastructure solutions in the United States and internationally. The company’s solutions enable organizations to aggregate multiple servers, storage infrastructure, and networks together into shared pools of capacity that can be allocated to applications as needed. Its cloud infrastructure products and technologies include its flagship data center platform, VMware vSphere, which enables users to deploy hypervisor, a layer of software that resides between the operating system and system hardware to enable compute virtualization; and vCloud Suite, an integrated solution for building and managing a cloud infrastructure optimized for use with the VMware vSphere platform. The company also provides end-user computing solutions, which are designed to enable a user-centric approach to personal computing, and secure access to applications and data from various devices and locations; and cloud application platform solutions providing open source application frameworks, application run-time, and data management solutions, as well as an open platform as a service. It sells its products through distributors, resellers, system vendors, and systems integrators. The company was incorporated in 1998 and is headquartered in Palo Alto, California. VMware, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of EMC Corporation.
Last Reported Date: 05/3/13
Founded in 1998
vmware inc-class a (VMW) Top Compensated Officers
Chief Executive Officer, Director and Member ...
Total Annual Compensation: $286.6K
President and Chief Operating Officer
Total Annual Compensation: $661.4K
Chief Financial Officer, Principal Accounting...
Total Annual Compensation: $255.2K
Chief Strategy Officer, Director and Member o...
Total Annual Compensation: $500.0K
Chief Compliance Officer, Senior Vice Preside...
Total Annual Compensation: $425.0K
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2012.
Vmware, Inc. Introduces VMware(R) vCenter(TM) Log Insight(TM)
Jun 11 13
VMware, Inc. introduced VMware(R) vCenter(TM) Log Insight(TM), a new automated log management and analytics product for the cloud era. By extending analytics to logs, VMware enables IT organizations to gain real-time insights from vast amounts of log data generated by applications, physical hardware and virtualized infrastructure, helping to minimize troubleshooting times as well as improve operational efficiency and reduce IT costs. Dynamic virtual and cloud environments generate vast amounts of structured and unstructured data, requiring analytics for real-time intelligence and visibility across IT infrastructure and applications. Machine-generated log data contains valuable operational and diagnostics details regarding IT infrastructure that can be applied to identify and troubleshoot IT problems. With the high volume of log data and the dynamic nature of data structures, IT organizations of are challenged with managing and mining logs for operational insights in real-time. Purpose-built for log analytics, VMware vCenter Log Insight delivers automated log management through log aggregation, analytics and search for system monitoring, troubleshooting and root cause analysis. The product consumes unstructured log data from a wide range of IT infrastructure components including applications, firewalls, network devices, operating systems, storage, virtual machines and hosts, and more, to provide enterprise-wide visibility. VMware vCenter Log Insight supports streaming data and real-time queries, and features a just-in-time schema definition that adapts to any data format. Additionally, VMware vCenter Log Insight delivers the performance and scalability required by IT organizations for visualizing and analyzing multi-terabyte datasets. Organizations seeking a log analytics solution optimized for VMware environments can utilize VMware vCenter Log Insight, which features built-in knowledge and native support for VMware vSphere, including pre-built dashboards and reports based on best practices from VMware engineering and global support. Integration between VMware vCenter Log Insight and VMware vCenter Operations further enables organizations to bring together and analyze both structured and unstructured data for end-to-end operations management. Directly from VMware vCenter Operations, administrators can launch VMware vCenter Log Insight in context for any object or alert to identify the root cause of an IT infrastructure issue. VMware vCenter Log Insight also converts log data into KPIs that are fed directly to VMware vCenter Operations for administrators to view log details and alerts in a single dashboard. VMware vCenter Log Insight was developed to make it easy for customers to deploy, use and consume. Delivered as a virtual appliance, VMware vCenter Log Insight can be deployed within minutes, offering IT organizations fast time-to-value. Once running, administrators use an intuitive graphical user interface featuring a search and query box, as well as pre-configured dashboards and reports to gain real-time insights from log data. VMware vCenter Log Insight is priced per operating system instance, such as physical server, virtual machine or virtualized host, rather than by log data volume. This offers customers a simple, predictable pricing model.
NTT Communications Selects VMware Network Virtualization to Help Enterprise Customers Move to the Cloud
Jun 11 13
VMware, Inc. announced that NTT Communications (NTT Com), will deploy VMware network virtualization as a core technology for its new cloud service, Enterprise Cloud (EC). VMware will exhibit its network virtualization platform and user examples, including NTT Com, at Interop Tokyo, June 12, 2013 to June 14, 2013. By incorporating VMware network virtualization into its EC service, NTT Com will provide seamless and flexible connectivity between customer data centers and the NTT Com cloud without changing the IP addresses of a customer's existing, on-premise environment. This virtualized network helps customers to easily migrate into the cloud, and also seamlessly and unobtrusively connects resources on the cloud and in the enterprise data center. NTT Com will use VMware network virtualization as a network overlay built from software. Network virtualization eliminates the need for complicated manual provisioning of the network, thus vastly simplifying the customer on boarding process for NTT Com, while lowering both operational and capital expenses.
WorldPay Deploys VMware, Inc. Network Virtualization to Enable User Self-Provisioning and Support Around-the-Clock Application Development
Jun 6 13
VMware, Inc. announced WorldPay has deployed VMware network virtualization to support the user self-provisioning requirements of application developers. With network virtualization, WorldPay is now experiencing the same agility, flexibility and speed benefits in networking as compute virtualization delivered for servers. As a result, WorldPay has accelerated the time to market for new line-of-business applications. WorldPay provides Infrastructure-as-a-Service for Agile developers working 24/7 around the world. To support the company's changing business requirements, WorldPay worked in partnership with Cloud Fusion Limited to design, build and implement a private cloud based on VMware infrastructure. VMware network virtualization enables WorldPay to dynamically create virtual networks that are completely decoupled and independent from the physical network hardware. By virtualizing the network, WorldPay gains operational simplicity to quickly create development environments in a non-disruptive way, and has on-demand access to network services such as load balancing and firewalls. WorldPay offers developers more than 80 pre-built development environments which can be spun up in minutes from a service catalog.