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Google Cloud Platform launches in Sydney

Nobody can accuse Google of not moving as fast as it can to make up the considerable gap in available cloud regions between its Google Cloud Platform (GCP) and its two biggest competitors: AWS and Microsoft Azure. Today, the company is launching its previously announced Sydney region. Show More Summary

Google Cloud Platform arrives in Sydney

Google has continued its Cloud Platform Asia-Pacific expansion with its first region in Australia.

Google fires up its latest cloud region in Sydney

Google Cloud Platform’s global expansion marched on today with the official launch of its latest region in Sydney, Australia. Users will be able to run workloads in one of three availability zones within the region, which are geographically independent sets of data centers. It’s good news for cloud customers and their users in that part […]

Google Cloud Platform expands to Australia with new Sydney region - open now

By Dave Stiver, Product Manager, Google Cloud Platform Starting today, developers can choose to run applications and store data in Australia using the new Google Cloud Platform (GCP) region in Sydney. This is our first GCP region inShow More Summary

The cloud drove Q1 results for Google, Amazon, and Microsoft (MSFT, GOOGL, AMZN)

This story was delivered to BI Intelligence Apps and Platforms Briefing subscribers. To learn more and subscribe, please click here. During their earnings calls last month, tech giants Alphabet, Amazon, and Microsoft all acknowledged...Show More Summary

Google Cloud Platform launches in Singapore

Google has launched its cloud platform in Singapore, with plans to bring it to Mumbai and Sydney later this year.

New Singapore GCP region – open now

By Dave Stiver, Product Manager, Google Cloud Platform The Singapore region is now open as asia-southeast1. This is our first Google Cloud Platform (GCP) region in Southeast Asia (and our third region in Asia), and it promises to significantly...Show More Summary

Talend ramps up support for Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud, in new release

Data integration solution provider Talend Inc. has updated its Data Fabric platform, introducing broader support for a multitude of public cloud platforms, including Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud Platform, Microsoft Azure and Snowflake. Show More Summary

Solutions guide: Preparing Container Engine environments for production

By Vic Iglesias, Cloud Solutions Architect Many Google Cloud Platform (GCP) users are now migrating production workloads to Container Engine, our managed Kubernetes environment. You can spin up a Container Engine cluster for development, then quickly start porting your applications. Show More Summary

Google releases Spinnaker 1.0, a tool that enables the continuous delivery of updates to cloud-hosted apps

Google Inc. has released version 1.0 of Spinnaker, an open-source management platform originally developed by Netflix Inc. that enables application code to be deployed in the cloud. Netflix first built the technology as a means of enabling...Show More Summary

Spinnaker 1.0: a continuous delivery platform for cloud

By Christopher Sanson, Product Manager At Google we deploy a lot of code: tens of thousands deployments a day, to thousands of services, seven of which have more than a billion users each around the globe. Along the way we’ve learned...Show More Summary

Join the Intelligent App Challenge brought to you by SAP and Google Cloud

By Aiaz Kazi, Head of Platform Ecosystem, Google Cloud Does your organization use SAP? At SAP SAPPHIRE last month, Nan Boden, Google Cloud head of Global Technology Partners, announced the Intelligent App Challenge designed to encourage...Show More Summary

Enhancing the Python experience on App Engine

By Amir Rouzrokh, Product Manager Developers have always been at the heart of Google Cloud Platform (GCP). And with App Engine, developers can focus on writing code that powers their business and leave the infrastructure hassle to Google, freeing themselves from tasks such as server management and capacity planning. Show More Summary

From NoSQL to new SQL: How Spanner became a global, mission-critical database

By Justin Kestelyn, Google Cloud Platform Now that Cloud Spanner is generally available for mission-critical production workloads, it’s time to tell how Spanner evolved into a global, strongly consistent relational database service. Recently...Show More Summary

Google’s Compute Engine now lets you choose between CPU platforms

Google is updating its Compute Engine cloud computing service today with a number of new features that are especially interesting to users who need high-performance processors and/or access to a lot of memory. Read More

Oregon region (us-west1) adds third zone, Cloud SQL, and Regional Managed Instance Groups

By Dave Stiver, Product Manager, Google Cloud Platform Last summer we launched the Oregon region (us-west1) with two zones and a number of Google Cloud Platform (GCP) services. The region quickly became popular with developers looking...Show More Summary

Google, IBM and Lyft launch open source project Istio

Istio gives developers a vendor-neutral way to connect, secure, manage and monitor networks of different microservices on cloud platforms.

Istio: a modern approach to developing and managing microservices

By Varun Talwar, Product Manager, Cloud Service Platform Today Google, IBM and Lyft announced the alpha release of Istio: a new open-source project that provides a uniform way to help connect, secure, manage and monitor microservices. Istio...Show More Summary

Connecting an Intel® NUC to the Google Cloud Platform Service

This paper will show you how to use an Intel® NUC to connect sensors on an Arduino 101 (branded Genuino 101 outside the U.S.) to the Google Cloud Platform

Google unveils next-gen TPUs to both train and run machine learning models

At Google I/O, CEO Sundar Pichai said Google's high-power chips should make Google Cloud Platform the best public cloud for machine learning.

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