Google Cloud Platform (GCP) is a portfolio of cloud computing services that grew around the initial Google App Engine framework for hosting web applications from Google’s data centers. The cloud computing platform provides infrastructure tools and services for users to build applications and services on top of.
Any organization in need of cloud computing should consider Google Cloud Platform for their needs—especially SMBs, which the platform was initially geared toward.
This free PDF guide from TechRepublic will explore some of the useful tools, applications, and features available with Google Cloud Platform (GCP) in a series of how-to tutorials. Topics will include virtual machines, storage servers, VPN services, and database management systems.
In the guide: