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Moving Tier 3 & 4 workloads to the hybrid cloud with EMC and vCloud Air

Enterprise Software | Posted on November 20, 2014 by Emily A. Davidson

In a recently published solutions brief, VMware and EMC discussed the top 4 use cases for EMC clients for using VMware’s vCloud Air solution, with the number one use case focusing on the need to move Tier 3 and Tier 4 applications to the Cloud.

With the opportunity to free up overburdened IT departments and reduce OpEX to meet budgetary constraints, it’s easy to see the advantages of migrating packaged applications from the on-premises data center to the cloud.

Watch Suzan Picket, Manager of Systems Engineering at Columbia Sportswear discuss how this apparel designed and manufacturer streamlined internal service delivery and automation with EMC and VMware vCloud Air.

If you’re interested in learning more about EMC and VMware vCloud Air, connect with your Softchoice Account manager or post a comment below.

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