ANNOUNCING NEW GLOBAL LOAD BALANCING LOCATIONS AND ORANGE BUSINESS SERVICES INTO THE CARRIER INTERCONNECT PROGRAM

From Google’s pioneering data centers to its network edge, we’re continuing to push the boundaries of our global network, enabling our customers to run workloads that reach a global audience from the very start. Google continues to lead with its global coverage of 70+ points of presence across 33 countries, allowing our enterprise customers to connect to Google privately […]

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GOOGLE CLOUD PLATFORM DELIVERS THE INDUSTRY’S BEST TECHNICAL AND DIFFERENTIATED FEATURES

I’ll come right out and say it: Google Cloud Platform is a better cloud. Cloud Platform has clear, specific, technical differentiators, core advantages at the network, storage, compute and distributed software tiers which deliver incredible features and capabilities to our customers. This is important for two reasons:   Cloud Platform offers features that are very valuable for customers, and very difficult for competitors […]

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GOOGLE COMPUTE ENGINE TCO TOOL: VALIDATED!

We’ve answered and raised a lot of questions (keep ‘em coming) with our cloud pricing posts (Compute, Local SSDs,Data Warehouses, NoSQL) and have seen growing interest in our TCO tools (Compute Engine and Nearline so far…) but today we want to share some news about the TCO tool we used to make our pricing comparisons: it passed the accuracy test! It’s […]

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UNDERSTANDING CLOUD PRICING PART 5.2 – MORE NOSQL DATABASES

Our goal in this series is to help clarify and provide understanding about how workloads are priced in the cloud for our customers. We’ve previously written about Virtual Machines, Local SSD, and Data Warehouses. In this post, we’ll expand on what we’ve written about running NoSQL databases on Google Compute Engine by covering pricing of managed NoSQL databases in the […]

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DEVOPS AUTOMATION WITH CONSUL AND GOOGLE COMPUTE ENGINE

Modern organizations need speed and agility to adapt to today’s fast pace of changing business priorities. Rapid application updates are only part of the challenge; successful development and operations teams should be able to quickly: Provision new system architectures (e.g., add Cassandra or Redis) Deploy to new localities (e.g., expand geographic business) Ensure cost-effective deployments […]

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