Google Cloud Platform: Migrate and Innovate
RiverMeadow enables organizations to migrate even the most complex workloads to Google Cloud Platform (GCP) without downtime, without the installation of agents and without hypervisor access. It is a perfect solution for any business that needs to migrate physical, virtual or cloud-based workloads into or between GCP integration environments.
With RiverMeadow's powerful Cloud Migration Platform it takes only a few clicks to migrate workloads to GCP. Whether you're looking to migrate business applications, web servers, file servers or other workload types, RiverMeadow offers a secure platform for all of your migration needs.
Google Cloud Platform Integration
RiverMeadow integrates with GCP through its external facing API. Connecting through the API from behind the firewall, RiverMeadow leverages the existing secure source-to-target connection to perform migrations. On the front end, we offer a seamless user experience through a point-and-click web portal interface. Whether a business needs to burst for additional compute, move workloads from one region to another or migrate workloads from other clouds to GCP, RiverMeadow automates and simplifies the entire process.
Accelerate Your Migration to Google Cloud Platform
Migrates between physical, virtual, and cloud to cloud platforms
Agentless - no change management needed; no reboot required
Hypervisor agnostic - no hypervisor access to on-premise infrastructure required
Automatically provisions new virtual machines on cloud targets
Live Migration - duplicate clone in cloud; source workloads remains active
Preflight migration checks (source and target) to ensure migration success
Differential Sync - sync only the changes made on the source in the cloud
Automation - evolve your workload; modify, customize, update and enhance
Data Only Migration - move data volumes only, swap OS versions
Enhanced Data Transfer engine – throttling, multi-threading, tunnelling
Sample Use Cases
Migrate from any physical, virtual, or cloud source GCP customer environment
Physical GCP (P2C)
Virtual GCP (V2C, no dependencies on source hypervisor APIs)
Cloud GCP (C2C, no dependencies on source cloud APIs)
GCP GCP migrations