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VMware Aria: A multi-cloud management

VMware Aria: A multi-cloud management



As part of VMware Aria, VMware offers a set of end-to-end solutions for managing infrastructure and cloud-native applications in terms of cost, performance, configuration, and delivery.

A graph-based data store technology, VMware Aria Graph, is behind VMware Aria, a platform for capturing the complexity of multicloud environments.

Cloud-native apps are managed in VMware Tanzu platform by VMware Aria, which complements and extends DevSecOps and lifecycle management functions.

Cloud-native and multi-cloud management is now available in three categories with VMware Aria: VMware Aria Cost powered by Cloud Health, VMware Aria Operations, and VMware Aria Automation.

VMware Aria Graph
A centralized view and control for managing all of your multi-cloud environments were introduced at VMworld 2021 as Project Ensemble.

An essential component of VMware Aria's new public cloud management capabilities is VMware Aria Graph, a graph-based data store for capturing resources and relationships across multiple clouds.

A single source of truth that is constantly updated is provided by VMware Aria Graph, the software especially designed for the operational challenges of cloud-native applications. Customers will have access to VMware Aria Graph through VMware Aria Hub.

VMware Aria Graph's main features include

  • Data can be aggregated from any source using a federated and modular architecture and Nodes can scale up to hundreds of millions
  • Ensures teams work efficiently and make better decisions by aligning operational data on a single, holistic source of truth.
  • A highly scalable platform that supports cloud-native environments
  • An essential part of understanding dependencies is capturing these many-to-many relationships in a graph data store
  • In order to perform root cause analysis, it is critical to be able to view historical configurations
  • Developers and operations teams can both consume GraphQL APIs with ease
  • Multi-cloud environments can be accessed via a single, consistent, dev-friendly interface
  • Access to data is incredibly quick and effective with precise GraphQL queries.
  • Collection based on events and supports rapid changes
  • The full granularity of the data is captured
  • Every time there is a change, it is captured
  • Third-party data can be layered onto the plug-and-play approach

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