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Google Cloud Platform Blog 09/10/2019 10:00
Last year, we published a blog post and demonstrated on Google Compute Engine. Since then, there have been a number of important developments. First, Microsoft announced . Second, with support for Windows nodes and Windows containers. Supporting Windows workloads and helping you modernize your apps using containers and Kubernetes is one of our top priorities at Google Cloud. Soon after the Microsoft and Kubernetes announcements, we added support for Windows Server 2019 in Compute Engine and . Given this expanded landscape for Windows containers on Google Cloud, let’s take a fresh look at how best to deploy and manage them. In this first post, we’ll show you how to deploy an app to a Windows container on Windows Server 2019 on Compute Engine.
Google Cloud Platform Blog 10/23/2019 12:30
Editor's note : This is the last installment of our six-part blog series on how to use Cloud Security Command Center. There are links to the five previous installments at the end of this post. When you deploy new Google Cloud services, you need visibility into what’s running and how you can improve their security. If you don’t, your organization might not be aware of risky misconfigurations that leave you susceptible to attacks. To help you find misconfigurations, and respond quickly to them, we developed , and built it into (Cloud SCC). Security Health Analytics gives you visibility into misconfigurations in your GCP resources and provides actionable recommendations for how to fix them. In this blog, we’ll take a closer look at Security He.
Google Cloud Platform Blog 10/22/2019 11:00
The exponential growth of data is presenting enterprises with new challenges. With the influx of new and different types of data, enterprises need to scale infrastructure while improving costs and managing growing expectations from business functions. Teams need to analyze, store, and extract meaningful insights from that data. Today, we’re excited to announce a partnership with to offer its data analytics products on Google Cloud. Beginning next year, customers will be able to run Teradata’s cloud analytics platform, Vantage, on (GCP). Teradata Vantage is a cloud-first analytics platform that allows customers to run sophisticated analytics across all types of deployment options: in the public cloud, hybrid, or multi-cloud environments. Ter.
Google Cloud Platform Blog 12/04/2019 11:00
At Google Cloud, we’re committed to providing public sector agencies with technology to help improve citizen services, increase operational effectiveness, and better meet their missions. We build our products with security and data protection as core design principles, and we regularly validate these products against the most rigorous regulatory requirements and standards. To that end, we are proud to announce that (GCP) has received FedRAMP High authorization to operate (ATO) for 17 products in five cloud regions, and we’ve expanded our existing FedRAMP Moderate authorization to 64 products in 17 cloud regions. This means that public sector agencies now have the ability to run compliant workloads at the highest level of civilian classifica.

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