PALO ALTO, Calif. -- VMware, Inc. (NYSE: VMW) today announced that leading analyst firm IDC has ranked VMware No. 1 in worldwide cloud system and service management software(1) based on IDC calculations of calendar year 2020 revenues. VMware’s continued commitment to innovation is enabling customers to monitor, better secure, optimize, and automate their multi-cloud environments.
“By adopting a cloud operating model, enterprises have the opportunity to achieve the promise of multi-cloud,” said Purnima Padmanabhan, senior vice president and general manager, Cloud Management Business Unit, VMware. “VMware provides industry-leading, modern multi-cloud management solutions that enable our customers to consistently manage cost, security, performance and delivery across all types of clouds which helps to accelerate application innovation, maximize efficiency, and mitigate risk.”
Leading in Cloud System and Service Management
The IDC report, “Worldwide Cloud System and Service Management Software Market Shares, 2020: Growth Continues for Top Vendors,” analyzes vendor shares and activity across the worldwide cloud system and service management software market, while providing a competitive view of leading vendors.
The report credits VMware’s top position again for 2020 to its dedication to keep up with changing customer needs and new industry demands. According to the report, VMware’s purchase of SaltStack helped round out its industry-leading VMware vRealize Automation platform with SaltStack's open source event-driven configuration management capabilities. VMware also gained SaltStack’s SecOps functionalities for automating security compliance and vulnerability remediation. Additionally, IDC commends VMware for quickly integrating these capabilities as vRealize Automation SaltStack Config into the latest releases of vRealize Automation and vRealize Automation Cloud. According to the report, VMware continues to execute on its customer choice strategy by integrating with alternative open source configuration management tools customers may also use. IDC’s report also highlighted CloudHealth by VMware, a leading multi-cloud solution for simplifying financial management, streamlining operations, and strengthening security and compliance.
Read the complete IDC report (registration required) at:
- Worldwide Cloud System and Service Management Software Market Shares, 2020: Growth Continues for Top Vendors (Doc #US48074121, September 2021)
- Learn more about VMware vRealize Suite
- Learn more about VMware vRealize Cloud Universal
- Learn more about VMware vRealize Automation
- Learn more about VMware vRealize Automation SaltStack Config
- Learn more about VMware vRealize Operations
- Learn more about VMware vRealize Log Insight
- Learn more about CloudHealth by VMware Suite
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(1) IDC, “Worldwide Cloud System and Service Management Software Market Shares, 2021: Growth Continues for Top Vendors,” doc #US48074121, September 2021
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