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Google Cloud VMware Engine allows you to deploy a managed VMware environment with dedicated hardware in minutes with the flexibility to add and remove ESXi nodes on-demand. This flexibility is particularly convenient to quickly add compute capacity as needed. However, it is important to implement cost optimization strategies and review processes such that increased cost …

Desktop virtualization technology has been available, in a number of forms, for decades. Today, however, enterprises are showing what’s possible with modern virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) as they leverage Google Cloud VMware Engine to address a range of interesting and often challenging use cases. Google Cloud VMware Engine, a native Google service, enables organizations to …

Google Cloud VMware Engine became generally available a couple months ago – providing everything an enterprise might need to non-disruptively migrate and run its VMware environment natively in Google Cloud, to benefit from Google Cloud’s high performance and scalable infrastructure, while reducing the operational burden and cost of managing infrastructure. Customers from around the world have expressed …

Migrating your resources and workloads to a cloud platform can seem daunting at first—particularly in a traditional VMware environment. In a previous blog, we showed how to provision networking and connectivity so you can run VMware Cloud Foundation natively on Google Cloud VMware Engine. In this installment, we discuss some additional strategies for migrating to the …