Founded in February 1998, VMware has significantly impacted the technology landscape by
mainstreaming virtualization, the core principle of cloud computing. Today, we are the market leaders in
cloud solutions and virtualization technologies that have transformed businesses globally and
accelerated their digital transformation journeys. Headquartered in Palo Alto, California, our dynamic
solutions power some of the world’s most complex infrastructure and we have engineered new ways to
make cutting-edge technologies work together seamlessly.
VMware is a technology powerhouse with a clientele that includes global businesses across diverse
sectors - banking, healthcare, and government, retail, telecommunications, manufacturing, and
transportation. With over 500,000 customers worldwide, our passion for customer success is fuelled by
our focus on delivering innovative solutions. In this, we are aided by a robust ecosystem of over 75,000
We believe that a diverse workforce and an inclusive work culture brings out the most creative ideas
and a broader perspective to make a better workplace. We also believe that technology has the
potential to impact lives and drive socio-economic development as it increasingly moves out of the
restricted boundaries of the IT departments and into every aspect of life.
Our Journey in India:
The VMware journey in India is about 13 years old. Today, VMware is leading the way in India’s digital
transformation journey with solutions that operate to an unprecedented scale. The region holds
tremendous potential for growth and development driven by increasing mobile penetration and cloud
adoption, and the organization is set to intensify its efforts here. In October 2018 VMware announced
an investment of $ 2 billion in India that will be used to expand to new offices in Bangalore and Pune as
well as increase headcount and capital expenditure for both R&D and to support its growing sales
operations in India. Cloud adoption with a specific focus on multi and hybrid clouds forms the
cornerstone of VMware’s strategy in India and the activation of VMware Cloud on AWS in the country
was a first step towards achieving its objective of capturing the cloud market. Additionally, VMware
India is committed to addressing the diversity and inclusivity challenges in the IT sector through
initiatives like the recently launched VMinclusion Taara. It is one of the biggest returnee programs in the
country and aims to upskill over 15,000 women on a career break in free technical education on
VMware products & technology that enable digital business transformation.
What makes VMware a great place to work?
At VMware, we believe that a work environment which is inclusive, respectful, transparent, offers fair
treatment and equal opportunities encourages people to bring their best selves to work. India is home
to a quarter of VMware’s global workforce of 20,000 and we work together to harness the power of
human difference in order to deliver the best solutions for our customers.
We are optimistic about the power of technology and believe it will bring a positive impact on human
lives. We know that our products, operations, and people collectively have an impact on the world, and
we strive to be net-positive through all that we do.
We intend to leverage emerging technologies to deliver innovative and simplified solutions that help us
realize our any app any device any cloud vision, deliver an enriching experience for customers and drive
positive transformation in the world.
We encourage everyone at VMware to bring their authentic selves to work. No matter the role, level
within the organization, or location in the world, our people are empowered to lead at VMware. In
order to model authentic leadership, leaders and employees across the company share their own
“Ingenuity is the heart of VMware’s culture. The power of human difference is what fuels ingenuity.”
- Betsy Sutter, Chief People Officer and VMinclusion Co-Sponsor.
Women friendly policies
All Regular full-time female employees are entitled to Maternity Leave in accordance with the Maternity Benefits Act.
First and second child:The maximum period for which an employee is entitled to maternity benefit is 26 weeks for the first 2 child birth/delivery, of which not more than eight weeks shall precede the date of the expected delivery.
More than two children:The Maternity benefit for subsequent births or adoptions will be capped at 16 weeks.
Maternity Leave is paid at the average daily rate for the days the employee has worked in the three months prior to the first day of leave.
VMware believes that leave is an instrument of work-life balance and recognizes that fathers play an important role in raising children. To support this, VMware provides Paternity Leave so that you can take the necessary time off work to bond with your new baby.
To be eligible for Paternity Leave you must be the biological/ adoptive father of the child or the mother’s husband or partner; and have, or expect to have, responsibility for the child’s upbringing.
You may take paid Paternity Leave for up to four (4) weeks at 100% of your base salary, for a total of twenty (20) working days. You may choose to separate your leave in two (2) week intervals (for a total of 10 working days on each period).
Your Paternity Leave must be taken within twelve (12) months of the birth or placement for adoption.
We appreciate our employees’ hard work and dedication, and we also care about their emotional, physical, and mental wellbeing at work, at home and after hours. We’ve worked hard to create an environment that helps our people lead healthy, integrated lives.
From vacation time to initiatives and activities that encourage and reward fitness, to healthy and green workspaces designed to reduce stress, to onsite amenities that add comfort and convenience to the workplace experience, we provide a comprehensive approach to wellness and work-life integration.