CloudSimple: The Firm That Got VMware Workloads On Google, Azure Public Clouds

CRN | July 30, 2019

CloudSimple: The Firm That Got VMware Workloads On Google, Azure Public Clouds
CloudSimple, the company with the technology that makes the running of VMware workloads natively on the Google Cloud Platform, is a startup that earlier this year came out of stealth mode with a mandate to enable VMware customers easily move workloads to public clouds. VMware and Google this week unveiled Google Cloud VMware Solution by CloudSimple, a new offering that leverages VMware Cloud Foundation infrastructure software running on GCP. Google Cloud VMware Solution by CloudSimple is similar to VMware Cloud on AWS, the 2016 initiative from VMware and Amazon Web Services that allows VMware software-defined data center workloads run natively on the AWS Cloud.

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This white paper investigates how VMware Virtual SAN™ performs and scales for well understood synthetic workloads, Virtual SAN caching tier designs, and Virtual SAN configuration parameters. The goal is to provide guidelines on how to get the best performance for applications deployed on a Virtual SAN cluster.