GCVE Stretched Cluster is GA

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Wow! What a news for Today. Google Cloud VMware Engine just announced that vSAN Stretched Cluster is generally available. This means that from Today onwards customers can leverage stretched clusters in their production environment.

My Session at VMware Explore EU 2022

VMware Explore 2022 Logo A few weeks ago I was asked by a colleague from Google Cloud VMware Engine specialists team if I would be interrested in co-hosting a VMware Explore session in Barcelona. As GCVE is close to my heart and I never had such an opportunity to be a VMworld / VMware Expplore speaker so I took the chance.

VMware Fusion Installation on macOS

VMware Fusion Logo VMware Workstation and later on VMware Fusion (once I moved to macOS from Windows) were one of the first VMware products I used in my virtualization journey. Every release of the products brought nice enhancements and features which makes life easier with virtualizing on local PC’s. In Today post I will guide you through VMware Fusion installation on macOS operating system. We will run as well our first virtual machine.

Google Cloud VMware Engine Configuration

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Google Cloud VMware Engine is on the market for quite some time. It’s functionality, price attractiveness, rapid release cycles and close proximity to other Google Cloud Products allowed to gain many happy customers and users. In Today’s post I will show you how to configure Google Cloud VMware Engine and how to start using it.

Apply for VMware vExpert 2022

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As every Year VMware opened vExpert Applications and you can as well apply until January 14th 2022. There is more than two weeks more to apply so don’t wait until the deadline and visit VMware vExpert Portal.

Google Cloud VMware Engine Overview

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In May 2020 Google announced general availability of Google Cloud VMware Engine, Google’s first party VMware as a Service offering.

In this post I’d like to introduce you to the service, its unique features and why in a first place you should care about it at all :)