Guide to Running VMware-Based Applications in Google Cloud
Simplify Google Cloud migration and free IT department from the operational overhead of managing physical infrastructure.
Organizations want to move to the cloud to achieve scale and agility, lower costs, and build cloud native application ecosystem. It helps get business value by eliminating the need for them to manage infrastructure and lets them focus on building new innovative solutions for their customers.
Google Cloud VMware Engine (GCVE) simplifies cloud migration and provides an easy on-ramp for mission critical workloads that run on VMware on premise into the public cloud. Organization’s main priority is to support the complex needs of their applications.
By migrating your VMware applications to Google Cloud, you can continue to leverage your existing investments in VMware, utilize the same tools, processes, and policies, while increasing business agility, security, and availability.
This guide provides insights into how GCVE facilitates migrating your applications to Google Cloud and helps you understand the impact on networking, security, monitoring, and maintenance.
Table of contents
- Introducing Google Cloud VMware Engine
- Architecture overview
- Leverage innovative tools by VMware, Google, and trusted third-parties
- Continuous monitoring while you focus on what matters
- Updates and upgrades
- Secured by design
- Protecting critical data
- Conclusion: Take the next step