Another exciting news from Google Cloud VMware Engine camp. On VMware blog website, VMware announced support for Google Cloud VMware Engine and VMware Aria Operations for Logs. VMware Aria Operations for Logs allows customers to easily analyze logs from across different environments in one place. By seeing all the logs in one place makes it more easy to troubleshoot complex issues and correlate issues across different environments.
Just recently Google Cloud announced that Google Cloud VMware Engine supports VPC Service Controls. This feature was long awaited by enterprise customers and in my opinion it is a game changer in terms of securing Google Cloud resources. VPC Service Controls (VPC SC) is a Google Cloud feature that allows you to define a security perimeter for your Google Cloud resources. This perimeter limits the exporting and importing of resources and their associated data to within the defined perimeter. In the next section of the post I will explain why is this important and how can we use it.
In my latest blog post https://www.wojcieh.net/gcve-stretched-cluster-is-ga/ I wrote about General Availability of Stretched Cluster in Frankfurt region of Google Cloud.
Oh my, oh my, what a fun was VMware Explore 2022. Please join me into reading about VMware Explore from the Partner perspective.
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.
As you know I am working for Google Cloud where based on my experience and knowledge I have a lot of to do with customers who have VMware on-premises. Naturally this ties perfectly with Google Cloud VMware Engine - Google’s VMware as a Service offering. My customers always have a great concern about Backup & Disaster Recovery topics and I am really happy that VMware announced General Availability of VMware flagship Disaster Recovery solution VMware Site Recovery Manager.