VMware Cloud on AWS Dev Center

Build Modern Applications Faster with VMware Cloud on AWS

We know that as a developer you want to build highly modular modern applications that can quickly adapt to changing business needs. Maximize your development time and productivity by having autonomous, highly orchestrated, and fully managed infrastructure with VMware Cloud on AWS. This developer center provides you with key resources such as training labs, documentation, APIs, SDKs, and CLIs to integrate, extend and automate your software-defined data centers (SDDCs) on VMware Cloud on AWS.

Launch VMware Cloud Console

Automate your VMware Cloud on AWS (Hands-on-Lab)

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Automate Infrastructure Operations

Automate the features of VMware Cloud on AWS and the deployed SDDC in a simplified, guided manner with our Command Line Interfaces including VMware Data Center CLI (DCLI) and VMware PowerCLI, our open-source Software Development Kits available in Python and Java, and a wide variety of other resources like CloudFormation and Terraform.

PowerCLI

vRealize Automation on VMware Cloud on AWS

Infrastructure as Code (IaC) – Terraform VMC Provider

Python Client for VMC on AWS

VMware Cloud Sizer

The VMware Cloud Sizer tool helps you to estimate cloud resources required to run various workloads in VMware Cloud. Estimating the resources required to host a given workload within VMware Cloud is a non-trivial task largely dependent on data available for estimation. The service can accurately calculate project utilization and requirements with provided data, supporting various input methodologies and sizing workflows.

https://vmc.vmware.com/sizer/quick-sizing

VMware Cloud TCO Calculator

Compare the cost of VMware Cloud on AWS to on-premises and various cloud native infrastructures. 31% average savings when compared to an on-premises total cost of ownership (TCO) vs. VMware Cloud on AWS costs (includes migration).

https://vmware.valuestoryapp.com/vmwarecloud/

Key Use Cases

Modernize Applications

Build modern applications faster with Tanzu services on VMware Cloud on AWS. Tanzu Kubernetes Grid’s open architecture enables lightweight deployments, streamlines multi-cluster operations across multi-cloud and your on-premises infrastructure, while providing you enterprise grade stability and security of the VMware SDDC.

Tanzu Services on VMware Cloud on AWS (Hands-on Lab)

Accelerate Cloud Migration

Migrate your vSphere workloads faster (in weeks or days) with consistent infrastructure and operations that eliminate the need to re-architect/refactor your applications.

Launch VMware Cloud on AWS Migration Solution

Manage Hybrid and Multi-Cloud

By using VMware Cloud on AWS with vRealize Cloud Management, you can enable consistent deployment and operations of your apps, infrastructure, and platform services across hybrid and multi-cloud environments. In addition, Tanzu Mission Control lets you manage your Kubernetes workloads and clusters no matter where they are.

vRealize Automation Developer Center

Tanzu Mission Control Hands-on-Lab

Integrate with Native AWS Services

Developers building on VMware Cloud on AWS can use private access to over 200+ AWS services including Data Analytics, IoT, AI/ML, Security, and more. Latency-sensitive applications hosted in VMware can directly access databases on Aurora, Dynamo, or Redshift for petabyte-scale data analysis, as well as direct and secure access to low-cost S3 buckets, objects, and API functions.

Augmenting VMware Cloud on AWS Workloads (AWS Architecture blog)

Developer Resources

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