What’s New With vRealize Automation 7.5 (On-Demand Webinar)
On September 20th, 2018, VMware released vRealize Automation version 7.5. VMware vRealize Automation is a cloud automation tool that accelerates the delivery of IT services through automation and pre-defined policies, providing high level of agility and flexibility for developers, while enabling IT teams to maintain frictionless governance and control.
What vRealize Automation Delivers:
Agility through cloud automation Orchestration – Accelerate the end-to-end delivery and management of infrastructure and applications.
Governance through frictionless governess policies – Ensure that users receive the right-size resources or applications from the right cloud at the appropriate service level for the jobs they need to perform.
Choice through flexibility – Provision and manage multi-vendor, multi-cloud infrastructure, and stateful / stateless applications by leveraging new and existing infrastructure, tools, and processes.
Cost savings through efficiency – Reduce operational cost by replacing time-consuming, manual processes and gain additional cost savings through automated reclamation of inactive resources.
If you are looking to learn what’s new in vRealize Automation 7.5, you can check out the on-demand webinar at the link below.
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