Google Cloud Platform Overview


The Google Cloud Platform is the infrastructure that powers the Google products you are familiar with including Gmail, Search, and Google Photos. In April of 2008, Google announced its first service called App Engine, a cloud compute service for developing and hosting web applications in Google-managed data centers. Since then, Google has evolved and added more cloud services to its platform. GCP lets developers build and host applications and websites, store data, and analyze data, all on Google’s scalable and reliable computing infrastructure. It has hundreds of products and tools in categories like compute, storage, databases, networking, and machine learning [...]