Google to Acquire Santa Clara-based Software Firm CloudSimple

Santa Clara-based CloudSimple company soon to be acquired by Google. It lets other businesses to run VMware vSphere operations on the cloud.

Google is now Moving toward acquiring the CloudSimple software firm. Both the companies are already in collaboration, Google announced this few months before. This was done for improving and helping the enterprise teams to migrate their work of on-site operations to the cloud.

Santa Clara-based CloudSimple company let other business to run VMware vSphere operations on the cloud. It allows them to migrate their on-premises tools and databases into Google Cloud VMware Solution with least re-tooling. Most of the companies use VMware virtualization software for a variety of workloads instead of Google’s Anthos hybrid cloud service as it provides much more faster and better service.

CloudSimple also supports Microsoft’s Azure platform. Google is not giving any statement for this deal or we still don’t know the term of the deal.

Now Google Cloud Platform with VMware will make tasks easier for people to protect the investments, bring new strategies and ideas to market, have a more secure cloud environment and much more. This is all will be easily possible because of the VMware tool familiarity.

CEO Guru Pangal who is a co-founder of Cloudsimple says their company is very lucky to be able to partner with huge companies like VMware, Google, and Microsoft.

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