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Migrating your Virtual Machine to Google Compute Engine

In this 10 minute video, Brian Stark, a product manager for Google Compute Engine, discusses how to move your virtual machine into the cloud. The reasons form migrating to Google's Cloud Platform are discussed along with a framework for cloud migrations. Then the mechanics of workload assessment and migration are covered. A number of technology partners, who can assist in these migrations, are introduced, along guidelines of which problems they solve.
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