Business Transformation Office of the CIO

How to Speed App Development in Multi-Cloud Environments

According to Sumit Dhawan, president of VMware, “Applications can be built in two ways; the old way, or the right way.” Our most recent survey of technology decision-makers confirms the “right” way is becoming the norm: Modern applications—those designed for the any-cloud model—have now overtaken traditional apps.1 

In a survey of more than 600 CIOs conducted by Forbes Insights on behalf of VMware, we found that multi-cloud technology is behind this seismic shift.2 In fact, new research shows that 87% of organizations are using multiple clouds in 2022.

The Forbes study revealed that most surveyed CIOs believe multi-cloud infrastructure can accelerate innovation within their organizations. At the same time, seventy percent say their companies would benefit from greater simplicity across their many platforms, and 68% want a more seamless developer experience.2 So, how to achieve this simplicity?

The key is to take charge of your software supply chain, ensuring your Development, Security and Operations teams’ needs are met while fully leveraging the flexibility of cloud native development… but, how?

Watch this video to find out how VMware Cross-Cloud™ services can get your apps into production faster by providing a great developer experience, a more secure software supply chain and management that scales across any Kubernetes on any cloud.

“VMware Tanzu jumpstarts development, with application starter templates that use cloud-native patterns, along with an organization’s best practices and security policies to save time in bootstrapping new apps.”

With VMware Cross-Cloud services, you can run, migrate, modernize, manage and secure applications across all your clouds—from one centralized control center. What could be simpler?


1 VMware FY23 H1 Benchmark; N=1080 Enterprise (5000+ employee) Technology Decision Makers

2 Forbes Insights, “The CIO of 2025: Leading Technology-Driven Growth Across the Entire Organization,” VMware and Intel; December 2021 – January 2022.

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