A few days ago, Google Company issued a specially designed for the data center professionals with the lowest cloud experience cloud computing platform guide.
Like its rivals, Amazon and Microsoft, Google is aggressively pursuing enterprise cloud markets, hoping those who use their own IT infrastructure or hosting data centers will migrate as much of their workload as possible onto their cloud platforms. The guide is intended to explain to practitioners running enterprise data centers how cloud computing will replace every function of its operational facilities.
“The Google Cloud Platform Data Center Personal Edition will be a guide for customers who want to migrate to the Google Cloud platform from non – cloud environments,” wrote Peter – Mark Verwoerd, a Google solutions architect, in a blog post.
This guide describes the basics of running IT in cloud computing, including computing, networking, storage, and management.
Beginning in 2015, Google has increased investment in the cloud services business, and expand its scope of information dissemination. Enterprise cloud opportunities are huge, but in terms of market share, Google is far behind its biggest rivals.
According to an analyst report in 2016, top infrastructure-as-a-service cloud providers generated $ 11.2 billion in revenues in 2015 and are forecasting a market size of $ 120 billion by 2020. Google’s market share in 2015 was 2.5%, Amazon 70.7%, while Microsoft’s 10.8%.
Google’s efforts to prove its cloud value and hiring VMware founder DianeGreene to lead its cloud business and invest in the construction of 10 new data centers, the move attracted the attention of well-known cloud computing customers, including Spotify, Niantic, Coca-Cola , And Disney.