VMware Inc.'s Cloud Foundry Platform as a Service (PaaS) has signed on several new supporters of its open-cloud effort.
Cloud Foundry, which runs atop VMware's vSphere and vCloud platforms, went into beta in April. It is striving to offer a platform by which customers can develop and deploy applications to multiple clouds.
Now Cloud Foundry has a number of new partners joining in its cause: Canonical, Dell, enStratus and Opscode, all of which are aiming to make it easier to deploy Cloud Foundry-based infrastructures.
"We are announcing collaborations with key industry partners, dramatically expanding the integrated tooling for running Cloud Foundry almost anywhere, and delivering on our portability vision," Cloud Foundry said on its blog.
Here's what the various partners are bringing to Cloud Foundry:
Cloud Foundry is predicting that these new integrations and the Cloud Foundry VMC client will show up on "millions" of developer and server operating systems.
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