Amazon’s got the CIA cloud, but VMware can claim the Israeli Defense Forces

The Israeli Defense Ministry will use vCloud Enterprise Suite aboard to virtualize IDF data centers in a deal worth “multiple tens of millions of dollars”.

There are probably few organizations more security conscious than the Israeli Defense Forces. And now the Israeli Ministry of Defense has signed up for VMware vCloud Enterprise Suite to virtualize IDF data centers. The deal was pegged by theIDF’s own publication as worth “tens of millions of dollars” while Jewish Business News put the value at $27 million.

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