Cloud Computing, in simple words, is accessing and storing data over the Internet instead of doing it on your personal hard drive.
It offers services like storage, database, networking, and more over the Internet to provide faster, innovative, and flexible resources to its customers.
The customers get to pay only for the resources they use, hence helping them lower their operating costs and run their business infrastructure more efficiently.
Now, among various cloud providers like AWS, Microsoft, VMWare, IBM, etc., Google Cloud has been the talk of the town in recent years and there are enough reasons behind it. Let’s begin with starters and understand what Google Cloud is.
What Is Google Cloud Platform?
Google Cloud is a suite of Cloud Computing services offered by Google.
The platform provides various services like compute, storage, networking, Big Data, and many more that run on the same infrastructure that Google uses internally for its end users like Google Search and YouTube.
Google server hasn’t gone down in years. So, if you are planning to run your application on the Google Cloud infrastructure, then you can be assured of your applications being safe and secure.
Google Cloud Services
Google Cloud has been expanding across the globe. The reason is the wide array of services it offers to its users:
• Google Cloud Compute Services
• Google Cloud Storage Services
• Big Data Services
• Security and Identity Management
• Management Tools
• Cloud AI