Accelerating Digital Transformation with Google Cloud VMware Engine

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Kelly McCaughey (VMware), Akshay Sharma (VMware), Corey Adolphus (Google Cloud), and Rae Sabawi (Google Cloud)

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In today's fast-paced and interconnected world, organizations face the challenge of not only digital transformation but also adopting a cloud-centric approach that is strategic, efficient, and secure. "Accelerating Digital Transformation with Google Cloud VMware Engine", aims to address these needs. The webinar will delve into the challenges organizations face in areas such as data center modernization, cloud migration, application transformation, hybrid cloud adoption, multi-cloud management, and security concerns. These pain points often hinder organizations from achieving their digital transformation goals effectively. By showcasing the power of Google Cloud VMware Engine, a jointly engineered solution, this webinar will demonstrate how organizations can simplify their cloud journey. Participants will discover how to overcome these pain points and leverage the solution to achieve scalability, agility, intrinsic security, cost reduction, and skill retention. Furthermore, they will explore a whole new set of native services, applications, and AI/ML tools offered by Google Cloud, opening up opportunities for innovation. Don't miss this insightful webinar where we uncover effective strategies for addressing the pain points associated with data center modernization, cloud migration, application transformation, hybrid cloud adoption, multi-cloud management, and security. Join us as we explore how Google Cloud VMware Engine can pave the way for a seamless and successful migration to the cloud, enabling organizations to thrive in the digital age.
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The VMware and Google partnership helps simplify the cloud journey for customers, allowing scale, agility, cost reduction, and developing a whole new set of cloud native services and apps; it eliminates the need for enterprises to manage infrastructure and lets them focus on building new solutions for their customers.