Google has set a high target for its cloud computing business. It wants the unit to grow rapidly and surpass Microsoft in the global cloud market.

Google’s (GOOGL) cloud computing unit is beginning to look like a mini SAP (SAP). In the latest move, Google hired SAP veteran Brigette McInnis-Day.

Google Cloud plans to spend $3.3 billion more to expand its data center presence across Europe over the next two years, competing with Amazon and Microsoft.

In the last four months, Google has hired two executives from German enterprise software company SAP for its cloud computing business.