Google Cloud VMware Engine Top 10 Innovations for 2023

Presented by

Mike Fink (VMware) & Cheryl Young (VMware)

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Are you struggling with your journey to the cloud? Look no further! Join us for an insightful webinar, "Google Cloud VMware Engine: Top 10 Innovations for 2023," where we unveil a myriad of game-changing innovations designed to propel your cloud transformation forward. Google Cloud VMware Engine, a Google Cloud native service that delivers a consistent VMware infrastructure, is at the forefront of revolutionizing the cloud experience. In this webinar, we will showcase the top 10 capabilities that will redefine the way you approach cloud migration, reduce risk, and lower your total cost of ownership (TCO). During this webinar, we will dive deep into the latest advancements, including: Powerful High-Capacity Node Types: Learn about the introduction of new, high-capacity node types that empower you to optimize TCO while meeting the demands of your workloads. Enhanced Storage Options: Explore new storage solutions that simplify the migration of your workloads to the cloud without compromising on performance or reliability. Cutting-Edge Networking: Uncover the latest innovations in networking, designed to enhance connectivity, security, and efficiency within your cloud environment. Seamless Integrations: Discover how Google Cloud VMware Engine seamlessly integrates with other Google Cloud services, opening up a world of possibilities for your organization. Automation Excellence: Streamline your operations with advanced automation tools and capabilities, allowing you to focus on innovation rather than routine tasks. Application Transformation: Learn how to modernize and optimize your applications for the cloud, ensuring they run at peak performance. And much more!
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