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Google Cloud Platform Blog 04/02/2019 13:30
The vast majority of enterprise workloads run successfully on Google Cloud Platform using our general-purpose VMs.
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PR Newswire 02/28/2019 09:30
As a part of the program, Google Cloud awarded ThermoLift $20,000 in cloud computing credits for advanced engineering.
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SearchCloudComputing 03/29/2019 10:51
Google Cloud Deployment Manager doesn't currently support all GCP services, though it does support the core ones , including Compute Engine, Cloud Storage and BigQuery.
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Data Economy 03/15/2019 07:58
First, Compute Engine’s live migration feature lets your application continue running while Google takes care of the heavy lifting needed to keep our infrastructure up to date.
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Google Cloud Platform Blog 03/14/2019 03:00
First, Compute Engine’s live migration feature lets your application continue running while Google takes care of the heavy lifting needed to keep our infrastructure up to date.
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ZDNet - Blogs 04/10/2019 16:19
According to Michael Aiello, director of product management for cloud security at Google, the company has started to think about its work in cloud security in three different categories: security of the cloud, security in the cloud and security services.
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SiliconANGLE 04/09/2019 13:34
Kurian described Google’s “hybrid” cloud approach, which allows information technology staff to get the speed and cost benefits of the cloud on-premises, as more accommodating than either traditional information technology companies or its much larger cloud rivals, Amazon Web ...
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Datacenter Dynamics 03/12/2019 12:44
Kirill Tropin, Google's geographic expansion product manager, said: “This region comes with Cloud Interconnect, our private, software-defined network that provides a fast and reliable link between each region around the world.
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GeekWire 04/09/2019 12:00
Google also plans to announce updates to its other function-oriented serverless products, adding support for new languages to Google Cloud Functions and Google App Engine, one of its original cloud computing services.
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Packt Hub 03/12/2019 10:07
According to Google post , “Affected users may receive a “failed to load” error message when attempting to list resources like Compute Engine instances, billing accounts, GKE clusters, and Google Cloud Functions quotas.
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CloudPro 03/15/2019 02:53
The calculation was achieved using y-cruncher, a benchmark tool created by Alexander J. Yee, deployed to a Google Compute Engine virtual machine cluster.
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InfoWorld 04/09/2019 16:08
On GKE, Cloud Run allows stateless HTTP workloads to run on existing Kubernetes clusters, with users having access to custom machine types, Google Compute Engine networks, and the ability to run side-by-side with other workloads in the same cluster ...
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New Stack 04/10/2019 12:30
Workloads can run side by side with the existing cluster workloads and they also have access to the VPC and the Compute Engine networks.
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Combined with Cavirin's CyberPosture scoring, which provides the user with a real-time score that reflects their current cybersecurity posture across both workloads and cloud services, Cavirin's Google Cloud capabilities ensure a more secure hybrid cloud for critical applications.
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VentureBeat 01/24/2019 12:00
Google Cloud expands training programs to address cloud computing skills shortage.
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