If you’re looking for a way to save on costs while using Google Cloud, then you should consider nested virtualization. Google Cloud Nested virtualization allows you to run multiple virtual machines on a single physical server.

Google Cloud nested virtualization

Google Cloud Nested virtualization is the process of running a virtual machine (VM) inside of another VM.

What is nested virtualization?

When you run a VM inside of another VM, you are essentially creating a “nest” of VMs. The outermost VM is called the parent or host VM, while the innermost VMs are called child VMs.

How does nested virtualization work?

There are several benefits to using Google Cloud nested virtualization, including cost savings and increased efficiency.

What are the benefits of nested virtualization?

Google Cloud offers a number of VMs that support nested virtualization.

Which Google Cloud VMs support nested virtualization?