Google Cloud Adds VMware Options

Google continues to expand its cloud offerings for priority enterprise workloads with the addition of VMware virtualization options.The partners announced this week VMware’s Cloud Foundation will be supported on Google Cloud as both infrastructure vendors look to expand their reach to database and other application workloads. “Both Google Cloud and VMware believe that customers want to run workloads in the cloud that works best for them,” Thomas Kurian, CEO of Google Cloud, noted in a blog post.The combination allows mutual customers to run Vsphere-based workloads on Google Cloud in a hybrid deployment that handles application containers using the Google Anthos hybrid cloud platform or virtual machine-based applications. The partnership with Google Cloud accelerates VMware’s (NYSE: VMW) increasing focus on hybrid cloud deployments built around its flagship vSphere platform. Last year, it rolled out new versions of its server virtualization and software-defined storage platforms with an emphasis on hybrid cloud deployments, broader application support and steep reductions in memory usage on vSphere.

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