VMware by Broadcom vSphere Standard

Cloud computing virtualization platform

Enterprise workload platform for traditional and next gen apps

VMware by Broadcom vSphere Hypervisor is a virtualization platform, which transforms data centers into aggregated computing infrastructures that include CPU, storage, and networking resources. vSphere manages these infrastructures as a unified operating environment and provides you with the tools to administer the data centers that participate in that environment. The two core components of vSphere are ESXi and vCenter Server. ESXi is the virtualization platform where you create and run virtual machines and virtual appliances. vCenter Server is the service through which you manage multiple hosts connected in a network and pool host resources.

Top Features

  • High Performance Computing (HPC)

    Get insights faster with infrastructure on demand, centralized management, and data governance—including control of sensitive data. The vSphere HPC option is custom-built to scale with high-performance computing workloads.

  • Remote and Branch Offices (ROBO)

    Manage your remote and branch offices with minimal local IT staff or even none. Enable rapid provisioning of servers, minimize host configuration drift, and gain visibility into regulatory compliance across multiple sites.

  • DPU-Based Infrastructure Acceleration

    Modernize virtual infrastructure by running vSphere on DPUs to accelerate network functions and secure workloads. Run modern distributed workloads like event streaming services with lower latency and improved throughput.

  • Big Data and Modern Data Applications

    Simplify big data infrastructure management and minimize downtime with cost-effective, uniform failover protection. With vSphere, you can easily organize, prioritize and share data center resources for intelligent decision-making.

  • Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning

    Get the enterprise-grade data center, cloud, and edge infrastructure you need for advanced AI/ML services and workloads.


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