August 27, 2015 – BELLEVUE, WA — Today, CloudMunch™, an innovative DevOps platform provider, announced the general availability of CloudOps for the Hybrid Cloud. The solution provides enterprises with a powerful new feature set to build, scale and manage infrastructure and applications across IT environments. CloudMunch’s introduction of CloudOps is an enterprise-focused hybrid cloud DevOps solution that runs natively on several public clouds including VMware vCloud® Air™.
Now organizations can develop and move applications seamlessly between on-premises and off-premises, helping teams orchestrate the entire DevOps process in a single workspace — regardless of the organization’s DevOps environment.
“Companies are looking for new development and deployment options for their IT infrastructure to meet rapidly changing business requirements,” said Michael Cincinatus, senior director, Product Marketing, Cloud Services, VMware. “Our work with CloudMunch on CloudOps enables customers to take advantage of the speed and agility of virtual infrastructure while using their preferred tools and existing systems in the enterprise data center.”
“We are delighted to collaborate with VMware on our CloudOps solution to help address the Enterprise DevOps challenges for the Hybrid Cloud,” said Pradeep Prabhu, Co-Founder and CEO of CloudMunch. “With CloudMunch CloudOps, enterprise customers can seamlessly move their applications between public cloud and private cloud — performing dev-test in a public cloud, while running production in a private cloud or web servers in public cloud with database servers in private cloud. Also they can use one dashboard and one workspace across projects, technologies, tools and clouds providing a single view for Enterprise DevOps at Scale.”
About the New CloudMunch CloudOps Solution
Today, enterprises are challenged to manage complex development workflows while deploying applications, in the cloud and in hybrid environments. Enterprises need to be able easily integrate popular tools and services — including VMware vCloud Air — into existing infrastructure in an orchestrated and automated way to keep pace with accelerated business cycles. CloudMunch supports popular tools such as Chef, Puppet, Jenkins and other industry leading dev & ops tools.
CloudMunch CloudOps solution dramatically simplifies the development process across public, private and hybrid infrastructures, so enterprises can achieve faster release cycles, improve quality and promote continuous technology innovation. Customers can now manage the entire DevOps process with a robust plug-and-play framework that seamlessly integrates a wide range of application delivery developer and operations tools quickly and efficiently moving application and infrastructure code from source repositories to testing and production environments. With this new solution, traditional client/server IT architecture runs unchanged in a federated public-private cloud, creating a single application, data and management environment with maximum interoperability and workload portability. For more details visit www.cloudmunch.com/vmware
The CloudOps solution running on vCloud Air will be demonstrated during the DevOps breakout track at VMworld 2015 “Hybrid DevOps with vCloud Air — Bring Your Own Tools”. The CloudMunch CloudOps for the Hybrid Cloud solution is available now. For a free trial, sign-up at www.cloudmunch.com/vmware
CloudMunch, is a software platform company at the intersection of Cloud, DevOps and Agile development; helping teams collaborate software efforts at scale, faster and with increased customer value. Committed to delivering an industry leading software delivery platform, CloudMunch enables their customers to innovate quickly and outpace the competition. Today, the CloudMunch platform is being leveraged by leading global companies and their goal is to make the platform available to as many businesses as possible — not just the top 5%. To learn more about the CloudMunch DevOps as a service platform, please visit www.cloudmunch.com
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