Google becomes third major cloud vendor to tie the knot with VMware

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VMware enthusiasts will be able to lift-and-shift their virtualized workloads directly into Google Cloud before the end of the year, after the two businesses agreed a deal. Support for VMware software will be based on integrations developed by CloudSimple, the same firm that was responsible for the voodoo magic that made vSphere run on Microsoft Azure.

“This brings customers a wide breadth of choices for how to run their VMware workloads in a hybrid deployment, from modern containerized applications with Anthos to VM-based applications with VMware in GCP,” Thomas Kurian, CEO at Google Cloud of twin brother of top NetApp chap George, wrote in a blog post.

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