CNBC is reporting a change in the engineering leadership of Google’s cloud team. Thomas Kurian, the CEO of Google Cloud, wants to continue growing the company’s market share from its current 10%, up from 7% three years ago.
Google has deployed GKE Dataplane V2, enabling Kubernetes Network Policy logging in GKE, making it possible to “…see all allowed and denied network connections directly in the Cloud Logging console…”
Ever wonder what Google Cloud Platform actually is, and what services it offers, so you can compare to AWS and Azure? Google has an article that should answer most of your questions, and point you to resources for any that remain!
Related to the updated public cloud comparison I discussed a couple of weeks ago, ITPro Today recently published an article about the differentiators driving the rapid growth of Google Cloud Platform.
When it comes to choosing between the three leaders in public cloud infrastructure, comparisons can be difficult. Between them, AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud Platform (GCP) offer a bewildering array of services, as well as pricing plans that can sometimes seem frustratingly cryptic.
Datamation recently updated their public cloud comparison article, which does a pretty good job clearing-up some of the mystery. While not perfect (see the comments to grasp some of the oversights) it is still a valuable resource when trying to understand these providers’ comparative strengths and weaknesses. While necessarily incomplete in such a fast-moving marketplace, the table at the end, laying-out what each vendor offers for common business needs, is particularly helpful.