Preface – This post is part of the Google Cloud Computing series.
A group of cloud services, the Google Cloud Platform (GCP), are housed on Google’s network. The Google Cloud Platform is a collection of open-source cloud computing services. As the name suggests, Google Cloud Platform is a cloud computing platform that gives customers access to infrastructure tools and services so they can create apps and services on top of the list. The Google Cloud Platform (GCP) is a collection of hosted services for computing, storing, and creating applications that are powered by Google hardware. Software developers, cloud administrators, and other company IT professionals can access Google Cloud services via a dedicated network connection or the open network.
What are the features of Google Cloud?
Google Cloud offers different products:
Artificial Intelligence & Machine learning
Cloud AutoML (beta), Cloud TPU, Cloud MLE, Natural Language, Speech-to-Text, Text-to-Speech, Translation, Vision, Cloud Video Intelligence, Cloud Inference API (alpha), and more are all available in beta versions of the AI Hub.
Compute Engine, Shielded VMs, Container Security, App Engine, Cloud Functions, GPU, and more
Big Query, Cloud Dataflow, Cloud Dataproc, Cloud Datalab, Cloud Data prep, Cloud Composer, and more.
Cloud SQL, Cloud Bigtable, Cloud Spanner, Cloud Datastore, Cloud Memory store
Cloud Tools for IntelliJ, PowerShell, Visual Studio, and Eclipse, as well as SDK, Container Registry, Cloud Build, Cloud Source Repositories, and many more.
Internet of Things (IoT)
Cloud IoT Core, Edge TPU (beta)
Hybrid and multi-cloud
Google Kubernetes Engine, GKE On-Prem, Istio on GKE (beta), Anthos Config Management, Serverless, Stack driver, and many more.
Stack driver, Monitoring, Trace, Logging, Debugger, Cloud Console, etc.
Why Do business owners choose Google Cloud?
A collection of cloud computing services known as Google Cloud Platform (GCP) was developed around the Google App Engine architecture originally used to host web applications from Google’s data centers. Although it still keeps behind Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure in terms of market share, Google Cloud Platform (GCP) has developed into one of the industry’s leading cloud computing platforms since the 2008 release of Google App Engine. GCP offers a huge range of services and APIs that may be connected with any cloud computing application or project, whether it is personal or enterprise-grade, ranging from computing and storage to data analytics, machine learning, and networking.
In contrast to the Cloud Platform, Google offers other cloud services. Microsoft Office 365 was in competition with G Suite, a set of productivity and teamwork software. A platform for creating both mobile and online applications is called Firebase. However, Google has significantly increased its attention on hybrid and multi-cloud workloads utilizing Anthos, enabling customers to manage workloads on GCP and Google Kubernetes Engine as well as on AWS and Azure. Google Cloud Platform is largely a public cloud provider. It helps many users and makes their work easier, more comforting, and less time-consuming.