VMware Environment Is Available On Microsoft Azure Now

Dell and Microsoft partners to provide VMware experience on Microsoft azure.

Recently, Microsft announced an expanded partnership with Dell Technologies for providing customers with a native, supported, and certified VMware experience on Microsoft Azure. The company also announced VMware Workspace into the Microsoft 365 ecosystem.
Azure VMware Solutions will provide a VMware environment in Azure. This will allow you to run native VMware-based workloads on Azure. You will now have the ability to seamlessly run, manage, and secure applications across VMware environments and Microsoft Azure with a common operating framework.
VMware Solutions
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The company said that Azure VMware Solutions will enable customers to extend and redeploy their VMware workloads natively on Azure dedicated hardware without having to refactor their applications. Azure VMware Solutions will also enable you to tap into Azure’s massive scale, security, andVMWare logo fast provisioning cycles to innovate and modernize applications while improving performance.
Microsoft said that the company is excited to welcome VMWare Workspace ONE into the Microsoft 365 ecosystem. Now, Users will be able to use Workspace ONE to manage and secure the powerful productivity features of Office 365 across devices via integration with Microsoft Intune and Azure Active Directory Premium as part of the Microsoft Enterprise Mobility + Security suite.
According to the company, as a part of the new agreement, VMWare will also extend the capabilities of Microsoft Windows Virtual Desktop for enabling customers to further accelerate their cloud initiatives. Initial capabilities will be available as a tech preview by the end of 2019.
To learn more, visit the official announcement here.