Google Launches New Network Connectivity Center

Google Launches New Network Connectivity Center

Google Cloud announced the preview of Network Connectivity Center, its new tool for managing on-premise and cloud networks. The tool is the latest component of Google’s offerings for businesses adopting hybrid and multi-cloud strategies. 

The Network Connectivity Center will enable organizations to connect, create, and manage heterogeneous cloud and on-prem networks from a single place. The goal is to make it easier to deliver consistent network access, services, and policies, regardless of where a company’s users or applications are located. Customers can leverage it to connect VPNs, software-defined WANs, third-party routers, partners, and dedicated interconnects. 

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