This acquisition will contribute to the goal of VMware is to bring the operation of the data center to the experience of the public cloud.

If all goes as planned by VMware, the assets of Avi Networks shall be of its property during the second quarter of fiscal year 2020.

And is that VMware has confirmed its intention to buy this company of delivery services of applications multicloud to deliver load-sharing features built into VMware NSX Data Center and an ADC independent. Its leaders expect to offer a single set of network, software-defined levels 2-7. And, in short, to bring to the data center, the experience of the public cloud.

“VMware is committed to make the data center function in a way as simple and easy as in the public cloud“, notes Tom Gillis, senior vice president and general manager of the business unit security and networking, VMware, “upon the expiration of the acquisition, the sum of Avi Networks to the growing portfolio of security and networking, VMware brings us a little closer to that goal”.

“The acquisition will drive even more of our proposal Virtual Cloud Network, according to which a distributed network architecture, software-defined, encompassing all infrastructure and links all of the parts with the automation and programmability, which owns the public cloud”, described Gillis.

“The combination of Avi Networks and VMware NSX” he adds, “will encourage companies to respond to new opportunities and threats, to create new business models, and provide service to all the applications and data, regardless of where they are located”.