Google Cloud Platform

Google's Google Cloud Platform (GCP) is a suite of cloud computing services operating on the same infrastructure as the internal Google usage of Google products, including Google Search, Gmail, file storage, and YouTube.

In addition, it offers modular cloud services, including computing, data storage, data analysis and machine learning, and many management tools.

 
Google Cloud Platform provides infrastructure as service, platform as service and serverless computing environments.

What is the Google Cloud?.

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Google Compute Engine

The Google Compute Engine allows users to start VM on demand. Furthermore, VMs may run standard images or generated user-specific images.

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Google VPC Network

Google Cloud VPC is a global, scalable, and adaptable service. It manages networking for the Compute Engine VM, GKE containers, and App Engine environment.

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Google Cloud Storage

Google Cloud Storage is a RESTful web service that provides online file storage for storage and data access on the Google Cloud Platform.

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Google Cloud Run

Cloud Run is a managed computing platform that lets you run containers triggered by requests or events. In addition, Cloud Run is a serverless application:

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Google Cloud SQL

Cloud SQL is a fully-managed database service for Google Cloud Platform that lets you set up, maintain, manage, and administer your relational databases. Cloud SQL works with MySQL, PostgreSQL, and SQL Server databases.