Build on an open platform with VMware and Google Cloud
The VMware and Google Cloud partnership delivers an open platform to ensure consistent deployment, operations, and security for cloud-native applications across multi-cloud environments.
Want to learn how you can run VMware in Google Cloud? Visit Google Cloud at the VMware User Group (VMUG) in Boston on September 25 or in the NY/NJ area on September 27 and see how you can deploy VMware vSphere-based workloads in Google Cloud with Cloud Simple.
Run VMware in Google Cloud
With Google Cloud VMware Solution by CloudSimple, customers will be able to run VMware vSphere-based workloads in GCP.
Customers will be able to migrate VMware workloads to a VMware SDDC running in GCP, benefiting from GCP strengths including our secure and scalable global infrastructure, and our leading data analytics, AI and ML capabilities. Users will have full, native access to the VMware stack including vCenter, vSAN and NSX.
Maintain consistent operations
With Anthos, customers can natively consume Google Cloud resources as an extension of their on premises VMware environment — all while maintaining consistent visibility, control, and security for their applications. Connectivity to Google Cloud is made simple, secure, and fast with VMware SD-WAN by VeloCloud.
Automate policy and control
Teams can define and manage configuration centrally and get greater awareness, consistency, and control. Customers can spend less time managing applications and speed up time-to-market to deliver more business value.
With VMware on Google Cloud Platform, customers will be able to leverage all of the familiarity and investment protection of VMware tools and training as they execute on their cloud strategies, and rapidly bring new services to market and operate them seamlessly and more securely across a hybrid cloud environment.Sanjay Poonen, Chief Operations Officer, VMware