Google Cloud and VMware expand their Global Partnership

VMware and Google Cloud have revealed an expanded partnership to enable enterprises to move on-premises applications to the cloud.

As per the the report, customers will now be able to use the VMware Cloud Universal program to take advantage of Google Cloud VMware Engine.

Executive Opinion

Kevin Ichhpurani, Corporate Vice President, Global Ecosystem at Google Cloud, said, "Our partnership with VMware makes it very easy for businesses to migrate VMware-based applications to Google Cloud’s trusted and highly performant infrastructure. This announcement brings VMware and Google Cloud closer together and represents a significant step forward in our joint commitment to support businesses’ digital transformations with Google Cloud VMware Engine."

Zia Yusuf, senior vice president, of strategic ecosystem and industry solutions, VMware, said, "Addressing strategic customer initiatives around app and cloud modernization, as well as distributed workforces, has been the foundation of VMware and Google Cloud’s multi-year partnership. We are now making it faster and easier for our mutual customers to consume Google Cloud VMware Engine along with other VMware Cross-Cloud services, across the data center, edge, or Google Cloud. By enabling a multi-cloud approach that lets customers seamlessly take advantage of Google Cloud to run their vSphere apps, we’re helping enterprises deliver digital innovation with enterprise control."

Google Cloud and VMware collaboration

Enterprises customers will now gain greater financial choice, flexibility and the ability to accelerate their cloud migrations and modernize their enterprise's apps in the Google Cloud via this extended partnership.

VMware has claimed that several enterprises across industries like telecom, retail and manufacturing are using the Google Cloud VMware to modernize and speed the migration of business-critical workloads to Google Cloud.

The VMware Cloud verified and native Google Cloud service provides enterprise-ready cloud infrastructure for business-critical vSphere workloads with security capabilities, resource optimization, availability, operational and manageability to support built into the core service, notes the announcement.
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