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.
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