Expedient Enterprise Cloud

ActualTech Media Solutions for VMware EcoCast - Expedient Enterprise Cloud

Expedient
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At VMworld 2019, Expedient’s Chief Innovation Officer, John White, sat down with ActualTech Media’s Scott Lowe to discuss Expedient Enterprise Cloud and the difference between turnkey cloud service providers like Expedient and hyperscale cloud providers like AWS.

IDC Whitepaper: Expedient Delivers Compelling Value to Customers with Enterprise Cloud Platform

Expedient
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This 5-page whitepaper written by technology analyst firm IDC provides an in-depth evaluation of the Expedient Enterprise Cloud (EEC) Platform and how it provides differentiated value to enterprise businesses. The whitepaper also looks at the architecture of EEC, which is built on top of VMware’s software-defined data center (SDDC) stack. Download now.

Expedient Announces Largest Deployment of Enterprise Cloud Platform

Expedient
Read Time 5 min.

Pittsburgh, PA – 21 August 2019 – Expedient, a cloud computing and data center infrastructure as a service provider and a Premier VMware Cloud Provider Program partner, today announced that Homes.com, one of the nation’s largest online real estate marketplaces, has consolidated and migrated its critical business applications from multiple cloud providers, including Amazon Web Services, to Expedient’s Enterprise Cloud,...

VMware CloudSpot Podcast with Expedient's John White

John White
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Listen to John White, Expedient’s Chief Innovation Officer, and Guy Bartram, Director of Product Marketing at VMware, discuss Expedient’s evolution as a VMware Cloud Provider Partner on VMware’s CloudSpot Podcast. More information on the podcast is available on VMware’s blog here.

Hyperscale or Enterprise Cloud? Let Your Applications Decide – Part 2

Doug Theis
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Hyperscale vs. Enterprise Cloud This is the second installment of a two-part blog post on the difference between “smart” and “dumb” applications. Part 2 covers the characteristics of “dumb applications” that are best suited to run on “smart hardware.” To learn more about “smart applications” (aka cloud native applications) running on “dumb hardware,” read Part 1. Dumb...