VMware: Oracle’s Ravello Simplifies Public Cloud Migration In A Unique Way @OracleCloud
07 Nov Oracle’s Ravello Simplifies Public Cloud Migration In A Unique Way @OracleCloud
In February 2016, Oracle announced its acquisition of an interesting startup called Ravello Systems. The young startup pioneered a technology that would allow enterprises to run their VMware and KVM workloads anywhere — on-premises or in cloud environments, such as AWS or Google Cloud – without having to make any changes or modifications to the virtual machines. Offered as a SaaS solution, Ravello’s goal was to enable organizations to move to hybrid cloud environments with ease.
A year and a half later, Ravello is now part of Oracle Cloud and the service is available on Oracle’s cloud infrastructure in addition to AWS and other public cloud providers. During the filming of our most recent RoadCast video series, we met with Abhi Gupta, Director of Product Management at Oracle, to get more insight into Ravello on Oracle cloud.
Gupta explains that Ravello is an overlay cloud service, which enables enterprises to take their VMware-based applications to the public cloud as they are without having to make any modifications to the VMs, network or storage. The technology essentially allows organizations to leverage public cloud resources in their current data center environments.
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Via the fine folks at VMware!