Google Cloud VMware Engine releases new features

Google Cloud VMware Engine aims to simplify the challenges of moving VMware workloads from on-premises data centers directly into Google Cloud. Google recently released some new features for the service, including multi-region networking, connectivity from multiple virtual private clouds (VPCs), and Cloud DNS for management across global deployments.

Google Cloud solves this problem via VPCs that support global routing. This allows a VPC’s subnets to be deployed in any region worldwide. “With this support, global deployment scenarios become very straightforward: when you create a private cloud in any of the regions supported worldwide, you get instant, direct Layer 3 access between them without having to configure any special connectivity,” states Google.

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