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Scalable and Secure App Delivery across Hybrid Environments Powered by VMware and Google

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Join Us October 27, 2021 at 8:00 AM (PT)

As Enterprises are increasingly spanning their workloads across on-premises data centers and cloud environments, it is becoming significantly complex for IT teams to enable better workload portability and create consistent application delivery and networking services.

In this webinar, you will learn how VMware NSX Advanced Load Balancer facilitates seamless application delivery and provides choices to deploy your applications across on-premises data centers and Google Cloud supporting :
  • Lift-and-Shift: When migrating to Google Cloud VMware Engine (GCVE) from an on-premises data center, operationalize uninterrupted enterprise-grade features, including GSLB and WAF.
  • Data-center Extension: Ensure continuous operations while providing elastic L4-L7 load balancing, security, and real-time application analytics for VMware-based apps running in Google Cloud.
  • Modern Application Delivery: Consider consistency, elastic scalability, cloud-native automation, and built-in end-to-end observability when choosing load balancing across hybrid environments.

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Abhinav Modi, Group Product Line Manager

Abhinav is a product manager for Avi Networks, now part of VMware. Abhinav’s focus areas include various initiatives such as Avi’s integration with Horizon EUC, Avi SaaS, and public cloud. He also works with the VMware sales teams and customers for Avi GTM activities, especially in the APJ region.

Marcos Hernandez

Marcos Hernandez, Customer Engineer-Transformation Architect

Marcos is a Customer Engineer with the Datacenter Transformation Team at Google Cloud. His responsibilities include supporting the most strategic North-American accounts in their journey to GCP. Marcos previously held senior technical roles at VMware and Cisco. Marcos has a background in datacenter networking design and expert knowledge in routing and switching technologies. He holds CCIE certification #8283, a VCIX and a Masters Degree in Telecommunications from Universidad Politecnica de Madrid.