Google Cloud

By Tia Dang | last updated 7th December 2020


What is Google Cloud?

Google Cloud Platform is a network provider for the deployment and execution of web applications. Its specialty is to provide users and businesses with a place to build and run software, using the web.

Cloud Computing

When developing websites or applications on Google Cloud, it allows you to mix and match services into combinations that provide the infrastructure you need, and then add your code to enable the scenarios you want to build.

Key point: Google keeps track of all the energy it uses—in particular, how much electricity it requires for processing, data storage, database requests, and network access.

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