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Alvaro
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Migration to Google cloud

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Hello

I have a Vmware ompremise environment and I would like to migrate my loads to google cloud ..

Could I use Veeam somehow for it?

Thank you very much

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Re: Migration to Google cloud

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Hi,

That's not yet possible. But what is it you wanted to migrate precisely? Backups or your whole infrastructure?

Thanks,
Oleg

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Re: Migration to Google cloud

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First of all I want to migrate the entire Vmware infrastructure, not just the backup. I mean I want to migrate the full VMs

And then, once migrated, mount a DR in google cloud using Veeam replication

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Re: Migration to Google cloud

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If you are talking about native replication to GCE, we don't support that yet.
Nested infrastructure is also a no go here since Google doesn't support Hyper-V and we don't support KVM.
As a possible solution you could take a look at Google Cloud VMware Engine and check out this article. Thanks!

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Re: Migration to Google cloud

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Following up on this, depending on guest OS if you backup workloads with Veeam agents you can then export those to VMDK/VHD which can be imported into Google Compute Engine.

https://cloud.google.com/compute/docs/i ... tual-disks

Joe

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