google cloud platform


Google Cloud Platform (GCP) is a suite of cloud computing services offered by Google. It provides various infrastructure and platform services that enable users to build, deploy, and scale applications and services on Google’s infrastructure.

Some key services offered by Google Cloud Platform include:

  1. Compute Engine: Virtual machines (VMs) running on Google’s infrastructure, allowing users to run their applications on scalable and reliable computing resources.
  2. Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE): A managed Kubernetes service for deploying, managing, and scaling containerized applications.
  3. App Engine: A platform-as-a-service (PaaS) offering that allows developers to build and deploy applications without worrying about underlying infrastructure management.
  4. Cloud Storage: Scalable object storage for storing and retrieving data in the cloud.
  5. BigQuery: A fully managed, serverless data warehouse for analyzing large datasets using SQL queries.
  6. Cloud AI: Services for machine learning and artificial intelligence, including AutoML for building custom machine learning models without needing deep expertise in ML.
  7. Cloud Functions: Event-driven serverless functions that allow users to run code in response to events without provisioning or managing servers.
  8. Cloud Pub/Sub: A messaging service for connecting applications and services asynchronously.