What is Google Volume? This question is often asked by Google employees and users alike. But what exactly does it mean? It’s an acronym that means “volume” in Google’s language. Volume is the amount of data a company has, and it can be very useful in the search process. Google also uses volume to measure the quality of a product. It also enables users to check the volume of their favorite music or video.
The service is a hybrid cloud storage solution that combines NetApp’s powerful data management, backup, and disaster recovery solutions with Google Cloud. This unique service allows customers to move production workloads without refactoring existing applications or infrastructure. Google Volumes makes it easy to migrate workloads and leverage VMware investments. It also allows customers to benefit from advanced storage and management solutions without the hassles of hardware refreshes, procurement cycles, and complicated data management.