The Next Steps in Government Cloud Migration

State and local governments are increasingly managing a mix of multiple public and private clouds, on-premises data centers and legacy systems. As governments decide which applications and systems belong in the cloud, it’s important to ensure they have the right tools and strategies to manage their hybrid environments. Download this paper to find out which steps government IT leaders should consider as they continue their cloud migration efforts.

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Setting the Stage for IT Modernization

IT modernization can generate numerous opportunities for state and local governments. But to approach IT modernization the right way, governments will need to rethink how they scope, develop, implement and maintain mission-critical applications and integrate them into their existing infrastructure. Download this paper to learn about three key steps government IT leaders should consider as they develop more flexible modernization strategies.

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Five Things to Know About Mastering the Cloud

The short history of cloud computing has been interesting and uneven. Today, a more flexible and agile vision of the cloud is emerging – one that will help agencies solve problems ranging from optimizing traffic flows to improving citizen safety. This new cloud approach offers developers and operation teams the consistency and portability to focus on developing solutions rather than reskilling. VMware® Cloud Foundation™ provides the consistent infrastructure that enables agencies to quickly scale, migrate workloads freely, and decouple applications from infrastructure. With VMware, agencies can leverage existing investments and drive their cloud roadmaps at their own pace.

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The Business Value of Hybrid Cloud with VMware

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Forrester: The Total Economic Impact of VMware vSAN

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Comparing Cloud Alternatives For the Best TCO Leverage

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Deploying SQL Server on vSAN for Dummies

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