Google cloud server hosting
- Headquarters - Mountain View, California,United States
- CEO - Sundar Pichai
- Founded - 4 September 1998, Menlo Park, California, United States
- Founders - Larry Page, Sergey Brin
- Website URL - https://cloud.google.com
- The Google Cloud Platform brings together Compute Engine (its IaaS offering), App Engine (an application PaaS or aPaaS offering) and complementary services like object storage and a Docker container service.
- Gartner recommends Google for cloud-native applications and batch computing, as well as projects that leverage Google Cloud Platform as a whole.
- Below are some of the services offered by google cloud server
- google cloud ready printers
- google cloud photo storage
- web hosting on google cloud
- google cloud virtual server
- google cloud storage for business
- google cloud backup
- google cloud print scanner
Why Google Cloud Platform?
- Future-Proof Infrastructure :
Secure, global, high-performance, cost-effective and constantly improving.
- Seriously Powerful Data & Analytics :
Tap into big data to find answers faster and build better products.
- Serverless, Just Code :
Grow from prototype to production to planet-scale, without having to think about capacity, reliability or performance.
Google Cloud is a cloud computing service offered by Google which includes,
- google private cloud
- google public cloud
- google hybrid cloud
google Cloud services provides the developer products to build a range of programs from simple websites to complex applications.
Google Cloud Platform is a part of a suite of enterprise services from Google Cloud and provides a set of modular cloud-based services with a host of development tools. Below are some of the important services,
- hosting and computing,
- cloud storage,
- data storage,
- translations APIs
- prediction APIs.
Elements of google cloud :
Google Compute Engine - IaaS service providing virtual machines similar to Amazon EC2
Google App Engine – PaaS service for directly hosting applications similar to AWS Elastic Beanstalk
BigTable – Similar to Hadoop. IaaS service providing map reduce services.
BigQuery – Similar to Amazon Redshift. IaaS service providing Columnar database.
Google Cloud Functions – similar to Amazon Lambda or IBM OpenWhisk. Currently in alpha testing FaaS service allowing functions to be triggered by events without developer resource management