Google Cloud unveils a fully integrated VMware-based solution, Google Cloud VMware Engine. The service is expected to be available this quarter. Google Cloud VMware Engine delivers a fully managed VMware Cloud Foundation stack, including VMware vSphere, vCenter, vSAN, NSX-T, and HCX for cloud migration in a dedicated environment. With this service, users will be able to migrate or extend on-premises workloads to Google Cloud by connecting to a dedicated VMware environment directly through the Google Cloud Console.
VMware Cloud Verified
Google Cloud’s new service is VMware Cloud Verified, the highest level of validation for VMware-based cloud services. The new service also allows users to meet their business needs by creating a VMware SDDC environment on Google Cloud in a matter of minutes. Ajay Patel, senior vice president and general manager, cloud provider software business unit at VMware said,
“VMware and Google Cloud are working together to help power customers’ multi-cloud strategies, and the new Google Cloud VMware Engine will enable our mutual customers to drive digital transformation and business resiliency using the same VMware Cloud Foundation running in their data centers today.
Google Cloud VMware Engine enables organizations to quickly deploy their VMware environment in Google Cloud, delivering scale, agility, and access to cloud-native services while leveraging the familiarity and investment in VMware tools and training.”
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