The companies have been partners since 2010.
French internet service provider OVH has signed a new agreement with VMware in regards to its vCloud Air Network programme.
The programme is designed for service providers which gives them access to the subscription licensing, support, and tools for the development of their own VMware-based products, solutions and services.
The programme also allows service providers to install and use VMware products on their site as part of a Hosted IT Service.
OVH CEO Laurent Allard said: "This agreement is an important milestone in our partnership. It affirms our common intention to offer optimum hybrid cloud solutions under the best possible conditions for our clients.
"OVH and VMware will thus reinforce both the services and support that they offer."
According to VMware Service Provider Channel vice president Geoff Waters, OVH’s capacity to innovate have made it an important partner of VMware’s vCloud Air Network ecosystem, and it has proven to be beneficial to its customers too.
OVH and VMware have been partners since 2010, and have created the ‘OVH Academy’, a technical training sessions adapted to customers’ needs.