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Policies around remote work could add to the tension as Broadcom begins to integrate VMware.

Broadcom finally closed its acquisition of VMware in November after 18 months of various governments slow-walking the approval process. Now it's making a series of changes, including layoffs, that may prove painful.

Layoffs aren't a surprise, as Broadcom wasn't quiet about plans to cut headcount. Broadcom management said in a mid-2022 town hall meeting that they wanted VMware to become "lean and flat." Broadcom hasn't said how many people will be affected, but so far, the cuts include 1,267 VMware employees referenced in a December filing with the California Employment Development Department.

A former VMware employee who is among those let go spoke to me on the condition of anonymity and said it is mostly senior salespeople who have left or are leaving. The former staffer also expects that the corporate cultures of the two firms will clash.

One potential issue is Broadcom's stance on remote work: VMware allowed employees to work from home, but Broadcom is all about getting employees back to the office. Broadcom CEO Hock Tan reportedly said to VMware employees that only salespeople and employees who live more than 60 miles from a VMware office could work remotely. “Any other exception, you better learn how to walk on water, I’m serious,” Tan said, according to an article in that cites the Silicon Valley Business Journal.

Steve Tuck, CEO of cloud systems vendor Oxide Computing, didn't believe the quote at first. "That’s not something you would say if your objective is to kind of quell fears," Tuck said. "But that is what he said, and [it's] really pretty surprising."

Expect VMware layoffs, product cuts

Steven Elliot, group vice president of infrastructure software at IDC, says the layoffs and consolidation are a good and necessary thing. He notes that Broadcom is not only cutting staff but also cutting products to focus on core competency.

"As companies grow larger and larger, they create a lot of complexity internally, across different business functions. What Hock brings to the table is not only a lot of experience and understanding of how to drive efficient operations, but also a lot of clarity with regards to the financial objectives and what customers should expect down the road. There’s a level of simplification and focus," Elliot said.

Changes to partner programs and licensing models

Broadcom is transitioning VMware's licensing model from perpetual software licenses to annual subscriptions, although this process began about a year before the acquisition. It ended VMware's partner program and is moving customers to an invite-only Broadcom Advantage Partner Program, effective February 5, 2024. All VMware partner incentive programs will end on or before February 4, 2024, according to a letter sent to partners and posted on a Reddit board for VMware users.

A Broadcom spokesperson issued the following statement: "Broadcom remains committed to creating value within our combined ecosystem, which has been made stronger with the addition of VMware partners. Effective February 5, 2024, Broadcom will be transitioning VMware's partner programs to the invitation-only Broadcom Advantage Partner Program. Based on recent discussions with hundreds of partners globally, this transition will help our partners achieve even greater opportunities for profitability through simplified bundled offerings and more opportunities for service revenues."

Will customer defections come to fruition?

Before the deal even closed, Forrester Research estimated that up to 20% of VMware’s enterprise customers were planning to at least look into switching to a new virtual machine stack in the coming year.

While the confusion around VMware has been good for Oxide's business, Tuck said most VMware customers are under long-term contracts and likely couldn't get out of them too soon. He added: "I think every VMware customer is evaluating what’s the right strategy. And I think their findings of what the alternatives are, what the path to those alternatives are, are going to result in what percentage of those customers end up actually moving. But I think that feels like a conservative estimate," he said.

IDC's Elliott, meanwhile, said the opposite is happening. "There are customers that have actually already renewed [contracts]. They renewed after the deal was announced. And they’re renewing their license agreements after it has closed. So there are a lot of customers that are moving forward," Elliott said. 

Tuck said VMware has raised prices a lot over the years, while the innovation that VMware has delivered has plateaued. "There’s a lot of latent frustration out there with VMware," he said.

Tuck declined to predict what would happen in the future as a result of senior talent defections and talent rebuilding efforts within the company, but he said all these actions are part of the Silicon Valley lifecycle. "This is the kind of forest fire that is productive and necessary for the healthy forest of innovation in Silicon Valley."

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Reimagining vSAN: New 8.0 ESA iteration flexes muscles as an HCI networking gamechanger

Bursting through to the mainstream in 2012, the last decade has seen VMware’s vSAN carve its place in the hyperconverged infrastructure market. Powered by the company’s Express Storage Architecture, vSAN delivers value by creating and managing storage partitions for virtual machines.

In the past few years, however, vSAN has fallen behind the pace of networking hardware innovation instead of fully leveraging it. That trend is set to change with vSAN 8.0 ESA, as the update promises a thorough overhaul to make networking bottlenecks a thing of the past — as evidenced by the telling result of the recent research commissioned by Dell Technologies Inc.

“Over the last decade, VMware has continued to enhance vSAN; and with this new iteration of vSAN [ESA], they rearchitected how things were done to take advantage of the latest generation hardware technologies,” said Bill Leslie (pictured), director of HCI technical marketing at Dell Technologies. “Of course, Dell is delivering those through PowerEdge and a part of our VxRail platforms in HCI. This testing that we did showcases just how important those newer generation technologies are to the ESA performance levels that you can get to with VxRail and vSAN.”

Leslie spoke with theCUBE Research industry analyst Dave Vellante, during a conversation from SiliconANGLE Media’s livestreaming studio outside of Boston. They discussed the journey from the early days of vSAN to the present vSAN 8.0 ESA and the test results as a compelling case for organizations to consider 100 GigE networking to unlock new performance levels and usher in a new era for HCI. (* Disclosure below.)

Testing the waters: 25 GigE vs. 100 GigE

The earliest vSAN iterations assumed the prevalence of hard disk drives and the transition from one-gigabyte to 10-gigabyte networks. The original storage architecture relied heavily on a fast-tier caching layer, akin to traditional storage technologies, with the de-staging of a caching tier often becoming a bottleneck. This led customers to opt for RAID 1 configurations to optimize performance instead of more cost effective RAID 5 or 6.

Fast forward to the present, vSAN ESA represents a paradigm shift, according to Leslie. The new ESA has rearchitected how vSAN operates and aligned it with the latest hardware technologies — a synergy manifested through Dell’s PowerEdge and VxRail platforms.

“What we wanted to do was isolate that network in the testing,” Leslie said. “So, we held everything, constant except for the networking in this testing. It’s the same version of software with VxRail; it’s the same hardware components — we didn’t vary the drives. We only moved the networking from the 25-gig cards to the 100-gig cards just so that we could isolate that down to see what type of differential existed inside the potential of our cluster.”

The meticulous testing sought to keep other variables the same while testing the performance of the new vSAN ESA clusters using 25-GigE and 100-GigE network cards — and the results were nothing short of revelatory. With the 100-GigE configuration, vSAN ESA demonstrated dramatic performance improvements, challenging the theoretical limits imposed by 25-GigE networks, according to Leslie.

Test results: Untapped performance horizons with 100 GigE on vSAN 8.0 ESA

The aforementioned tests covered a spectrum of workloads, including online transactional processing and database simulations, varying block sizes and read-write mixes. Any change in performance observed was directly attributed to the shift in network configuration, according to Leslie.

The data presented a clear picture: The 100-GigE option outperformed its counterpart, showcasing nearly a 50% gain in specific workloads, Leslie added.

“What we see on the 100-gig line … is we’re starting to see performance far exceed the right side on that chart where the performance of the 25-gig networks ended,” he explained. “That’s important because what we see here is a near 50% gain on this particular workload that you get with that hundred-gig networking. That’s untapped potential if you’re not deploying the right networks with vSAN ESA to really harness all of that potential.”

Pivoting over to the economic implications of adopting 100-GigE networks, the long-term benefits far outweigh the increased acquisition costs, according to Leslie. By enabling the use of RAID 6 and leveraging the improved processing capabilities of newer Intel processors, vSAN ESA with 100 GigE showcased a near doubling of overall performance levels. Notably, this performance boost came without changing processors, memory or drives, emphasizing the untapped potential within nodes.

“When you’re able to showcase just how much potential you can unleash with these, you need half the number of nodes in an overall design point. It pays for itself very quickly in that equation,” Leslie said. “Without a doubt, that 100-gig [network] is going to let them take advantage of all of the performance that you want to get out of your VMware and vSAN environments.”

Here’s theCUBE’s complete video interview with Bill Leslie:

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USPS workforce diversity grows, but doesn’t always reflect in leadership ranks

The Postal Service reports having one of the most diverse workforces in the U.S., and that it’s growing more diverse.

But a recent watchdog report finds USPS workforce diversity doesn’t always reflect in its leadership ranks.

The Government Accountability Office, in a report released last month, found white USPS employees held a disproportionate number of executive positions in fiscal 2022, and that employees of color, in some cases, were less likely to receive promotions into leadership roles.

The report also found that management-level employees from historically disadvantaged racial or ethnic groups, as well as women managers and managers with disabilities, were generally paid less than their colleagues.

In FY 2022, about 67% of USPS executives were white. For context, white employees make up about 56% of the total USPS workforce.

The report, however, notes USPS has shown improvement in the diversity of its executive ranks since FY 2016, and that its overall workforce is becoming more diverse.

The GAO report found Black and Asian employees at USPS were 40-50% less likely to be promoted to middle-manager roles than their white peers.

GAO, looking at workforce data from fiscal years 2016-2022, also found that Hispanic or Latino employees were 28% less likely to be promoted to middle-manager roles than non-Hispanic or Latino counterparts.

But among the most senior tiers of the USPS workforce, GAO found Black and Asian managers were almost twice as likely as their white counterparts to be promoted to executive positions.

David Marroni, the acting director of GAO’s physical infrastructure team, said in a recent interview that USPS leadership focused on diversifying the candidate pool for its highest-level positions.

“Our results do not prove that that worked, but it shows that the Postal Service can potentially make improvements and changes with the right focus and efforts,” Marroni said.

Jennifer Utterback, USPS vice president for organization development, told GAO that its findings didn’t provide a complete picture of its diversity improvement efforts.

Utterback said USPS promoted American Indian, Alaska Native, Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander employees to frontline supervisor positions at “comparable” rates to their white colleagues.

“In light of the Postal Service’s longstanding commitment to diversity, we have concerns about the representation of our workforce and the sometimes misleading representation of facts throughout the GAO’s report related to our workforce diversity efforts,” she wrote.

USPS met or mostly met five of the nine actions that GAO considers best practices for diversity management in the workplace, and partially met the remaining four.

USPS met or mostly met five of the nine actions that GAO considers best practices for diversity management in the workplace, and partially met the remaining four (Source: GAO)

“Bottom line, the Postal Service has a diverse workforce and an increasingly diverse workforce. I want to provide them credit, they have taken a number of actions and followed a number of leading practices to Strengthen the diversity of their workforce. But really, there are still opportunities for them to strengthen their efforts,” Marroni said.

GAO notes that the Postal Service’s 10-year Delivering for America reform plan makes diversity commitments, but found the plan doesn’t specify performance measures for achieving those goals.

“The Postal Service has goals for its DEIA efforts, which contribute to its pipeline of talent to get to the executive level. But it doesn’t have defined performance measures right now to track how are you doing to get to those goals,” Marroni said.

Among its recommendations, GAO recommends USPS gather employee feedback from all career levels and different affinity groups to better assess progress on its workforce diversity goals.

In a GAO survey of USPS supervisors and managers, about a third of respondents agreed or “strongly agreed” they were treated unfairly in the USPS promotion process.

About 45% of respondents said they observed coworkers being treated unfairly in the promotion process.

Respondents who reported unfairness in the promotion process cited race and ethnicity, as well as gender, as factors that they believed led to unequal treatment in promotions.

However, nearly half of respondents agreed that most managers “value differences among individuals of different backgrounds.”

More than a third of respondents agreed almost all managers “are held accountable for treating employees fairly, regardless of background.”

Utterback said USPS is also developing a new applicant tracking system, meant to provide the agency better data to pinpoint potential barriers in the application and hiring process.

USPS created an Executive Diversity Council in 2021.  Utterback told GAO that the council is focused on increasing diversity in leadership positions through development programs and succession planning.

“We have identified opportunities to Strengthen diversity among our leadership levels,” she wrote.

Utterback told GAO that USPS plans to “continually enhance the diversity of our organization” through targeted recruitment, expanding employee development opportunities and improved leadership training.

USPS reports having a majority-minority workforce. Employees of color make up about 51.5% of its total workforce.

More than 46% of USPS employees are women. USPS employs more than 70,000 veterans and more than 32,000 employees with disabilities.

“You need a diverse pool at all levels to increase in the organization. And USPS certainly has a diverse workforce— our numbers reflect that in the report — and is increasingly so. The direction is good. It’s more about how can they continue to improve, especially at the executive level and the managerial level?” Marroni said.

GAO also found pay disparities among USPS management ranks.

The report found that management-level employees from historically disadvantaged racial or ethnic groups, as well as women managers and managers with disabilities, earned 1-7% less than their colleagues.

For example, GAO found that, controlling for variables, including tenure, Black middle managers earned 5% less than their white middle managers —about $3.85 less per hour

“Controlling for these other factors. So that can have a big difference in someone’s weekly yearly pay,” Marroni said.

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Microsoft, VMware, Ivanti Lead UEM Market As Hybrid Work Takes Over

Gartner’s new 2022 Magic Quadrant for UEM tools highlight the top six global vendors leading the unified endpoint management market, along with their strengths and weaknesses.

As cloud-based unified endpoint management (UEM) and hybrid work become the norm, Microsoft, VMware and Ivanti are becoming the standout UEM global market leaders.

By 2025, more than 90 percent of clients will use cloud-based unified endpoint management tools to manage the majority of their IT environment, up from 50 percent in early 2022, according to IT research firm Gartner.

Gartner sees several forces shaping the “mature and stable” UEM market today, including more acceptance of remote and hybrid work models versus exclusively in-office work; better integration with endpoint analytics and security tools; and customer demand for a single UEM platform.

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In Gartner’s new 2022 Magic Quadrant for Unified Endpoint Management Tools, the research firm ranks the six vendors who are leading and shaping the UEM market today which includes IBM, Ivanti, ManageEngine, Matrix42, Microsoft and VMware.

Gartner defines UEM as a tool that provides agent and agentless management of computers and mobile devices through a single console.

Currently, growth is small in the global UEM industry with opportunities around new deployments of frontline worker technology as well as consolidation of disparate and OS-centric tools, Gartner said. By 2027, UEM and digital employee experience tools will converge to drive autonomous endpoint management, reducing human effort by at least 40 percent.

Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for UEM tools ranks the top six vendors on their ability to execute and completeness of vision and places them in four categories: Niche Players (low on vision and execution), Visionaries (good vision but low execution), Challengers (good execution but low vision) and Leaders (excelling in both vision and execution). In this particular Gartner Magic Quadrant, there are no UEM companies listed as Visionaries.

CRN breaks down the six world-leading unified endpoint management companies along with their strengths and weaknesses.

Leader: Microsoft

The world’s largest software company took home the gold medal in execution on Gartner’s 2022 Magic Quadrant for Unified Endpoint Management Tools, while placing second for vision.

Microsoft Endpoint Manager combines Intune and Configuration Manager, and is licensed through Microsoft’s Enterprise Mobility + Security (EMS) SKU. The Redmond, Wash.-based company is improving the IT administrator experience and endpoint analytics and automation, and supporting core frontline worker devices and integration with its Azure Virtual Desktop, Windows 365, Defender for Endpoint and Azure AD.

Strength: With the growth of Microsoft 365, Endpoint Manager continues to dominate UEM market share, Gartner said, with new features and fixes prioritized based on customer demand.

Weakness: Dashboard and reporting capabilities are basic, with limited prebuilt reports available compared with competing products, according to Gartner.

Leader: VMware

The virtualization pioneer and hybrid cloud software standout took home the gold medal for vision on Gartner’s UEM Magic Quadrant, while placing second in terms of execution.

VMware’s Workspace ONE platform provides top-notch employee experience through UEM, extensive virtualization, analytics, comprehensive security, remote access, apps and workflows. The Palo Alto, Calif.-based company invests in helping customers drive workplace modernization, implement zero trust, Strengthen the digital employee experience and reduce digital friction.

Strength: VMware is the only vendor in Gartner’s report with a complete package that includes device management, single sign-on, remote support, remote access, endpoint security, analytics, automation and virtualization. VMware also has SaaS capabilities through its BetterCloud partnership.

Weakness: Gartner said VMware customers committed to Microsoft 365 struggle to justify investment in a tool that is viewed as overlapping with capabilities they may already have under their existing Microsoft 365 licensing.

Leader: Ivanti

Ivanti has planted its stake in the ground as a true UEM global leader against its relatively larger rivals Microsoft and VMware, ranking No. 3 in terms of vision and tied for No. 3 for execution on Gartner’s Magic Quadrant.

The South Jordan, Utah-based company’s UEM solution Neurons offers broad support for nearly all endpoints. Ivanti continues to add intelligence and automation to Strengthen discovery, automation, self-healing, patching, zero-trust security and DEX via the Ivanti Neurons platform.

Strength: Ivanti Neurons is the only solution in Gartner’s research that provides active and passive discovery of all devices on the network to uncover and inventory unmanaged devices.

Weakness: Gartner said clients often cite confusion with understanding what specific capabilities are included with each Ivanti product or hosting option, or if additional licensing is required.

Challenger: IBM

IBM is the only company named a ‘Challenger’ on Gartner’s Magic Quadrant with a strength in its ability to execute but a weakness in its vision. IBM tied for No. 3 for execution on the Magic Quadrant but is behind most other vendors in terms of vision.

The Armonk, N.Y.-based company IBM Security MaaS360 with Watson provides AI-based UEM and endpoint security. IBM invests in Watson for security and digital employee experience improvements, deeper integration with identity and security products, and OS and application patching to reduce vulnerabilities.

Strength: MaaS360 maintains a broader partner ecosystem and offers more integrations than most of the competition, while IBM’s Watson also delivers top-notch AI and automation capabilities.

Weakness: Gartner said MaaS360 pricing exceeds that of some competitors with broader capabilities, such as first-party VPN and remote control.

Niche Player: ManageEngine

ManageEngine’s newly rebranded Endpoint Central product continues to expand its broad management capabilities with a focus on endpoint analytics, automation and enhanced capabilities for MSPs.

The India-based company is also broadening its scope into endpoint security, remote access and zero-trust capabilities.

Strength: ManageEngine has one of the more affordable UEM offerings evaluated in this research, according to Gartner, with a list price that begins 20 percent lower than the next-lowest competitor. Email, phone and chat support are included at no additional cost.

Weakness: ManageEngine lacks generally available VPN and zero-trust capabilities. The company’s licensing model is also more difficult to understand and administer than competitors, according to Gartner.

Niche Player: Matrix42

The Matrix42 Secure UEM (SUEM) product excels at supporting basic endpoint management and security use cases. The company invests in capabilities to inventory, manage and patch devices, along with boosting IT asset and service management tools and behavioral policy enforcement.

The Germany-based company, whose clients are mostly in Germany, Austria and Switzerland, ranks last in both execution and vision on Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for Unified Endpoint Management Tools.

Strength: Matrix42’s workspace platform is built on an extensible, low-code workflow platform that leverages a centralized configuration management database for SUEM and other workloads, and allows customers to tailor the solution to their needs.

Weakness: Gartner said the company lacks brand awareness and growth outside of its region. Matrix42 also requires third-party tools to complete its zero-trust and remote-access capabilities.

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Broadcom drops bombshell with ‘termination notice’

A “termination notice” sent to VMware channel partners by Broadcom on Dec. 22, as they were preparing to head out of the office for the holidays, did not leave many feeling the warmth of the season, says Jason Van der Schyff, the chief operating officer (COO) of private cloud infrastructure vendor Softiron.

The electronic notice Van der Schyff refers to, a copy of which was obtained today by Channel Daily News, begins by stating that “for more than two years, VMware has outlined its plan to transition from a perpetual to a subscription-based business model. This is consistent with the overall market trend toward cloud operating models and was reinforced with the launch and evolution of VMware’s Partner Connect Program.

“On December 11, 2023, VMware by Broadcom announced its simplified licensing model and solution portfolio. Broadcom and VMware are driven by technology and innovation and have a shared passion for, and commitment to, partner profitability and success. You are now well positioned to capture substantial growth opportunities for delivering advanced, innovative cloud infrastructure and associated services wherever your customers need.”

The big news, which took the form of a termination notice, can be found in the next paragraph, which stated Broadcom would be “transitioning” all of the VMware’s partner programs to the “by-invitation only award winning Broadcom Advantage Partner Program, effective Feb. 5, 2024.

“Effective today, we are also announcing changes to VMware’s partner programs which will exist through February 4, 2024. Please refer to the VMware partner program operative changes on the VMware by Broadcom Essential Partner Information page.

“Also, effective today, all VMware Partner Incentive programs will end on or before February 4, 2024.”

The by-invitation only part of the program means that genuine invitations to join are scheduled to start being issued this month, and the timeline will vary by partner type and route to market, the notice stated.

Invitations, “will be sent to the partner identified primary and alternate contacts on file with VMware. Take this opportunity to ensure your company’s contact information is correct within the ‘My Company’ section of the Partner Connect portal home page.”

Van der Schyff countered that the  “greater channel has watched as Broadcom disassembled CA and Symantec, further limiting the available SKUs to make margin on. Seemingly irrespective of the promises of Broadcom, they are doing the exact same thing with VMware.

“Early in the narrative, we heard that Broadcom essentially had worked out how to pay for the US$60+ billion acquisition with the VMware revenue from the top 10 per cent of their clients. So, if the play here is to get as much revenue in as short time as possible, eviscerate VMware’s customer base, and move on to the next thing, they simply do not need their channel. I think that is exactly what we are seeing.”

It is not just many VMware partners wondering or worried about next steps, but end user organizations as well.

Andrew Moloney, Softiron’s chief strategy officer, wrote in a blog issued on Nov. 27, five days after the deal formally closed, “with the Broadcom acquisition now closed and the wide-reaching layoffs and restructuring starting to happen, another inflection point has been created.”

It is, he maintained, an inflection point that is “causing many IT leaders to re-evaluate their strategic options and chart the right path for the future – one that may or may not include VMware. I get to talk to many industry analysts in my role and they all tell me the same thing – everyone is looking for a credible alternative to VMware as their license renewals come due.

“And for those not willing or able to migrate all their workloads to the public cloud, their options are severely limited.”

Moloney added that anyone would be “hard-pressed to find a VMware customer who is happy with the cost of their VMware software licensing. And with a ~US$61Bn acquisition to pay for, prior form in that regard, and significant earnings promises being made to investors in an already saturated market, VMware customers are increasingly anxious that those licensing bills are only going one-way post-acquisition as Broadcom leadership exerts its authority.”

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VMware Bolsters Workspace One Endpoint Management Platform With AI, Security Partners

VMware bolstered its endpoint management platform, Workspace One, this week with a new artificial intelligence-powered security service and partnerships with cutting-edge security vendors.

The new product, Workspace ONE Intelligence, is a cloud-based service that integrates with Workspace ONE to aggregate data from users, apps, networks, and endpoints. An AI-powered decision engine delivers to partners recommendations, as well as automated functionality, to Strengthen the experience for their customers and proactively mitigate any security gaps.

At the same time, VMware launched the Workspace ONE Trust Network, which integrates data and analytics from the endpoint management platform network with solutions from a group of security partners, the first of which are Carbon Black, CrowdStrike, Cylance, Lookout, McAfee, Netskope, and Symantec.

[Related: VMware's Multi-Cloud Strategy Leads To Record Full-Year Revenues]

Extending Workspace ONE Intelligence through APIs makes it possible for those security partners to help VMware deliver predictive and automated security features and Strengthen the overall user experience, VMware said in a statement.

Workspace One bundled into a single suite several core products that VMware developed over the years.

The latest security product and partnerships will make devices in the field more secure as their proliferation extends networks, dissolving traditional security perimeters.

VMware also introduced Workspace ONE AirLift, a solution for modernizing PC lifecycle management.

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Rackspace Technology Launches SDDC Enterprise and Business for SAP with VMware Virtualized Compute, Storage, Networking and Cloud Management

SAN ANTONIO, Dec. 12, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Rackspace Technology® (NASDAQ: RXT), a leading end-to-end hybrid, multicloud technology solutions company, today announced the launch of SDDC (Software Defined Data Center) Enterprise and Business for SAP with VMware virtualized compute, storage, networking, and cloud management. The single-tenant VMware solutions power mission-critical SAP and SAP HANA (High-performance Analytic Appliance) environments with fully integrated hardware and software stack for private cloud. The enterprise-grade solution and SAP-certified pre-configuration based on Dell VxRail is a turnkey experience ready to power innovation.

The Rackspace SDDC Enterprise and SDDC Business offer numerous add-on services ranging from VMware vRealize® Suite, physical and virtual ops management, and Rackspace Data Protection to manage Disaster Recovery (DR) and VMware Hybrid Cloud Extension (HCX) interconnect services. In addition, SDDC Enterprise and Business for SAP utilizes either shared, dedicated, or virtual storage area network (VSAN) based human-computer interaction (HCI) storage designed to meet the stringent requirements put forward by SAP for the latest SAP HANA database, including the current generation S/4 HANA release.

“SAP customers on SDDC will benefit from high levels of performance delivered by an SAP-certified solution that runs on dedicated hardware and the latest VMware software-defined networking and storage technologies and Rackspace Private Cloud,” said Kevin Carroll, General Manager of Rackspace's ERP Business. “The SDDC for SAP infrastructure solution leverages deep expertise and partnership service authorization with SAP to deliver flexible SAP certified solutions to run highly critical customer Enterprise workloads.”

The SDDC infrastructure solution extends Rackspace Private Virtual Cloud (PVC) product and solution offerings and now provides certified options for SAP customers with this solution. Rackspace’s ERP Application Services and 20+ years of SAP expertise can extend the core capabilities and services of SDDC for SAP to help customers architect, migrate, and manage their SAP applications.

  • Designated SAP Service Authorized Partner: Offers customers consultants or systems integrators to provide strategic consulting, system design, solution integration and implementation of SAP solutions.
  • Combines Rackspace certified capabilities to deliver SAP application, hosting, and infrastructure services.
  • Leverages alliance partnerships with Dell and VMware to deliver the SDDC Enterprise and Business for SAP with VMware virtualized compute, storage, networking, and cloud management.
  • Delivery of a configured solution productized to meet SAP certification requirements.

Click here for more information on SDDC Enterprise and Business for SAP with VMware.

About Rackspace Technology
Rackspace Technology is a leading end-to-end hybrid, multicloud technology services company. We design, build and operate our customers’ cloud environments across all major technology platforms, irrespective of technology stack or deployment model. We partner with our customers at every stage of their cloud journey, enabling them to modernize applications, build new products and adopt innovative technologies.

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Competing upgrades and replacements could significantly impact future changes to the larger market share. Due to the fast-expanding features of the software, digital technologies are being used across numerous manufacturing industries, further accelerating the market's growth.

New York, United States, Dec. 19, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- License management is a powerful tool that an organization uses to document and manage its software licenses to assure compliance with the software developer's license. It offers total transparency into how much software is being used across the company, can optimize all licenses, cut costs, and protect upcoming software investments. When software is bought, installed, or accessed by an organization, a license agreement is made with the licensor.

In addition to the licensor's inherent rights, these End-User License Agreements (EULA) specify the terms under which the product may be used, which could expose the organization to risks like data security breaches, employee liabilities, unanticipated costs associated with non-compliance, and unfavorable legal positions. Businesses across various industries utilize software licensing management to monitor, regulate, and optimize software usage within their organizations. Digital technologies are being adopted across many manufacturing industries due to the rapidly expanding features of the software used, which stimulates the expansion of the licensing management market.

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Growing Demand for Optimizing Software and Audit-Readiness in Organizations Propel the License Management Market

According to Straits Research, "The global license management market size was valued at USD 977 million in 2021. It is expected to reach USD 2,125 million by 2030, growing at a CAGR of 10.2% during the forecast period (2022–2030)." Optimization is essential to this growing trend as more companies adopt cloud computing and go digital at every opportunity. Businesses are focusing on decreasing operational costs due to the ongoing erosion of their profit margins. Using licensing management software is another way to reduce costs. Companies are constantly seeking strategies to increase software use and reduce the losses resulting from license non-compliance. Businesses may manage all contracts, agreements, licensing entitlements, and software inventories from a single location with license management.

By employing license management software to efficiently organize and archive software agreements, businesses may safeguard themselves against unanticipated license payments and penalties. Several strategies, including fewer license purchases, avoiding fines for non-compliance, decreasing renewals by doing away with shelfware maintenance, and optimizing volume discounts, it has enabled enterprises to reduce the cost of purchasing software.

Increasing Cloud Hosting Business Creates Lucrative Opportunities for License Management

Businesses view the cloud as a critical component of their IT strategies to stay relevant in the market. The advantages of low-cost, scalable, and flexible solutions offered by cloud computing technology are advantageous to customers. Over 90% of companies claim to utilize cloud computing in some way. As a result of advancements in cloud technology, businesses from various industry sectors are eager to take advantage of the commercial potential of cloud hosting. Now that cloud hosting is available, the license management hosting team may benefit from its potential for increased revenue. DXC offers hosting programs for Microsoft SPLA, Citrix, and VMware; RLMCloud from Reprise Software; and FlexNet Cloud Licensing Service from Flexera Software are all available for managing software licenses in the cloud.

Regional Insights

North America will command the market, expanding at a CAGR of 9.86% over the forecast period. Most of the top producers of licensing management software, such as Agilis Software, IBM, Micro Focus, and Oracle, to mention a few, have their primary offices in the US. Since its member countries, especially the US and Canada, invest extensively in technological breakthroughs, the region is among the most revenue-producing. Over many years, the quantity of new products sold by foreign vendors in the area has increased tremendously. For instance, Chronicle Graphics presented their new License Management System. This new enterprise-level platform allowed OnePager Pro and Express users to quickly and rapidly obtain and activate their license keys online. Thus, these elements drive market share.

Europe will likely grow at a CAGR of 10.2% by 2030. The coronavirus pandemic accelerated the growth phase of the SaaS industry and the subscription industry. The SaaS industry is growing due to paid conference and collaboration software applications. The Subscription Industry Study 2021 by billwerk, which focuses on the DACH region, claims that the pandemic increased demand in the software as a service (SaaS) segment as the number of people working from home and homeschooling prompted the need for specialist software tools to skyrocket. Even for firms that previously had little to do with it, the advent of software-assisted processes and equipment has raised the necessity of licensing management across all industries. These factors are promoting market expansion across Europe.

Key Highlights

  • By component, the global license management market issegmented into Software and The Software section is projected to advance at a CAGR of 10.1% and hold the largest market share over the forecast period.

  • By deployment, the global license management market issegmented into Cloud and On-premise. The Cloud section is projected to advance at a CAGR of 10.3% and hold the largest market share.

  • By end-user, the global license management market issegmented into BFSI, Healthcare & Life Sciences, IT & Telecommunication, Media & Entertainment, and Others. The BFSI section is projected to advance at a CAGR of 9.75% and hold the largest market share over the forecast period.

  • By region, the global license management market is analyzed across North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and LAMEA.North America commands maximum market share.

Competitive Players in the Market

  • USU Software AG

  • Cherwell Software LLC

  • DXC Technology Co

  • Flexera Software LLC

  • Reprise Software Inc.

  • Snow Software AB

  • Oracle Corporation

  • IBM Corporation

  • Thales Group

  • ServiceNow Inc.

Market News

  • In 2022, IBM Corporation announced the development of a new 33-month work order according to its agreement with the Defense Microelectronics Activity (DMEA) to offer security services designed to Strengthen the Department of Defense's (DoD) microelectronics supply chain for mission-critical platforms.

  • In 2022, Oracle and Microsoft Corp announced the release of Oracle Database Service for Microsoft Azure. Customers of Microsoft Azure can provision, manage, and manage enterprise-grade Oracle Database solutions in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) using a familiar interface.

Global License Management Market: Segmentation

By Component

By Deployment

By End-user

By Regions

  • North America

  • Europe

  • Asia-Pacific


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