Google Compute Services

Google Cloud Compute Services for Beginners

Google Compute Services is one of Google’s core offerings for businesses looking to run their apps in the cloud. Under the compute umbrella we have a few different specific services and configuration options, and products available for use.

Compute Options are:

• Compute Engine: It is an unmanaged compute service offered by Google Cloud.

• Kubernetes Engine: It is an easy-to-use cloud-based Kubernetes service used for running containerized applications.

• App Engine: The App Engine is a PaaS (Platform As A Service) offering of Google Cloud used for building scalable web applications and IoT backends.

• Cloud Functions: It is a lightweight compute solution for developers for creating single-purpose, stand-alone functions responding to cloud events without the hassle of managing the server or runtime environment.

• Cloud Run: It is a managed compute platform enabling users to run stateless containers that can be invoked via web requests or Pub/Sub events.

Want to know more about Google Compute Services and the guide to which service to use when? Read the blog post at https://k21academy.com/gcp26 to learn more.

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