Extend existing infrastructure to Google Cloud or retire existing on-premise environment. Use on-demand dynamic resource scaling to meet increased requirements.
Configure Google Cloud as a failover site for recovery to the cloud. Simplify strategies and reduce costs and required tasks to administrate a disaster recovery plan.
Connect legacy applications with cloud-native solutions across hybrid cloud environments. Present existing app data to Google Cloud services for advanced business insights.
Extend existing VMware Horizon environments to Google Cloud or deploy cloud-based virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) within Google Cloud VMware Engine.
VMware Engine simplifies the migration strategy to the cloud and provides a fully integrated experience for VMware workloads running in Google Cloud.
WWT offers QuickStart engagements for several common hybrid cloud use cases. We can quickly design and implement a VMware-based hybrid cloud by integrating existing your on-premises VMware software-defined data center (SDDC) with Google Cloud VMware Engine. The cards below detail what is included with each QuickStart.
Single (1) hosted VMware Private Cloud.
Three (3) managed VMware Engine ESXi nodes.
Hybrid cloud connectivity with single (1) on-prem vCenter.
L2 extension via VMware HCX.
Proof of Concept centric.
Extension of on-prem VDI to Google Cloud.
Configuration of redundant 2 Connection Servers w/in VMware Engine.
Deployment of 2 Unified Access Gateways.
2 virtual desktop (VD) templates.
Up to 100 Instance Clone VDs.
Configuration of VMware SRM for 1 on-prem vCenter.
Configuration of VMware SRM for 1 hosted vCenter.
Configuration of one recovery plan.
Creation of 2 protection groups.
Protection of 25 existing virtual machines.
Host Robb Boyd talks with WWT Google Cloud experts Sean Hicks and Joe Pitkin about how Google Cloud VMware Engine integrates with existing, on-premises infrastructure and workloads. This allows organizations to accelerate public cloud strategies and modernize infrastructure and applications without new tooling and skillsets.