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Migrating to the Public Cloud: Three Success Stories

Organizations find the public cloud appealing for its promises of agility, reduced costs and developer-friendly capabilities. And in an era of rapid innovation, what’s not to like? But migrating to the public cloud can be challenged by its demands for specialized skills, refactored applications, operational complexities and governance risks. Can organizations ‘have it all’ in the cloud by getting the agility they need – without the risks they don’t want?

­Learn how 3 companies around the world leveraged the VMware Cloud to migrate and modernize applications in every cloud fast – and without the cost and complexity of refactoring.

  • Caveonix kept customers secure and compliant in the public cloud
  • IHS Markit moved 1,000 workloads in just 6 weeks
  • Osram Continental Gmbh moved critical apps to the public cloud to support remote workers at scale

Download the eBook to see how these 3 companies around the world achieved a flexible and unified multi-cloud infrastructure to drive innovation with an agile application portfolio.

Download Migrating to the Public Cloud: Three Success Stories​ Whitepaper

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