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VMware SD-WAN Now Verified on Google Cloud VMware Engine

Cloud-hosted apps require a cloud-ready networking fabric, which is built to meet the demands placed on enterprise IT when pursuing a hybrid cloud strategy. To satisfy these requirements, VMware and Google have partnered to provide network access that’s secure, reliable, and efficient for users connecting to workloads and applications hosted on Google Cloud VMware Engine. VMware SD-WAN™ is now VMware verified for operability and integration with Google Cloud VMware Engine. These combined capabilities enable enterprise IT to accelerate workload migration from data centers to the cloud, delivering a seamless experience to users consuming cloud-hosted apps, no matter their location.

How can you smoothly migrate your workload to Google Cloud VMware Engine? There are a couple of ways. Use VMware SD-WAN to connect to branch, campus, and home office users on a low-latency optimal path to Google Virtual Private Cloud, where employees can leverage VPC to access their GCVE workloads. Alternatively, enterprise IT teams can harness VMware SD-WAN Orchestrator to control and manage all aspects of the WAN, inclusive of configuring policy-based prioritization for application and workload traffic destined for Google Cloud VMware Engine. Please see the diagram below for an architectural overview of how VMware SD-WAN is interoperable with Google Cloud VMware Engine.

Together, VMware and Google are empowering global companies to easily deploy secure, high-performance connectivity from remote locations to Google Cloud as an overlay, eliminating the need to retool networks. As a result, customers can swiftly scale across branches and successfully migrate to Google Cloud VMware Engine.

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