More and more companies worldwide are relying on the Google Cloud (formerly Google Platform or GCP for short). It is considered a pioneer of the dawning cloud transformation era: with more than 150 service solutions, Google Cloud creates a secure and sustainable basis for economic success and an open culture of collaboration.
Serverless application platform for applications and back-ends
Virtual machines running in Google's data centre
Managed environment for running container applications
Secure, durable, scalable object storage
Relational database services for MySQL, PostgreSQL and SQL Server
Suite for monitoring, logging and application performance
Fully managed environment for running container applications
A total of over 150 Google Cloud services help you to optimise your processes. To help you achieve optimised solutions in your company more quickly, it pays to rely on Google's artificial intelligence and Big Data solutions.
Google Cloud is the only major cloud provider that runs its operations entirely on renewable energy. As a Google Cloud user, you too become a sustainable player in the digitally driven market. The net operational emissions of your cloud usage are zero, and 100% of the power consumption of your networks is covered by renewable energy.
Google Cloud offers state-of-the-art security. Your data and processes benefit from the same level of security that Google uses. Google Cloud is the only cloud that encrypts data at rest and in transit by default. Because Google's global network does not transmit your data over public networks, performance and security are further enhanced.
Google Cloud helps you increase your business efficiency and reduce IT spend. Using it is intuitive and child's play. The interface can be customised and works self-optimising based on AI. By migrating your applications to Google Cloud, you can save up to 32% on operating costs compared to on-premise solutions.
Any application can be moved to the Google Cloud - but some are better suited to it than others. Resource-intensive systems, such as big data processing, may need to be restructured to achieve full efficiency. Workloads with multiple dependencies may also need to be redesigned to be more cloud-friendly.
Most importantly, no lift-and-shift migration should be undertaken without a thorough understanding of the security and compliance implications. We work with you to develop the landing zone so that all platform resources needed to support the application portfolio are accounted for. For this reason, many companies choose to work with an experienced IT partner who can ensure that the applications are cloud-ready and that a solid foundation based on Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) or Platform as a Service (PaaS) is guaranteed during the transition.
A migration can be compared to a journey. You are at a certain point with your existing infrastructure and environment and want to take a new direction.
In our Cloud Assessment, we ask you a series of specific questions during the evaluation phase to help you assess your readiness to migrate to the cloud. We look at a number of areas - such as your current business strategy, inventory and business objectives - and work with you to determine what you want your future landing zone environment to look like.
We support you with the right planning, the subsequent provision of the technologies and the ongoing optimisation of the entire process.
With Google Cloud, users can store all types of data and any amount of data and retrieve it as often as they want. They have the ability to create and run virtual machines, automatically provision, scale and manage containers, and perform big data analytics. With these and other options, Google Cloud can help companies reduce IT maintenance costs, improve customer service, and create an open culture of collaboration and a sustainable foundation for business success, among other benefits.
Google Cloud connects people and helps companies manage daily requirements efficiently and securely. To do this, it offers solutions for computing, storage, databases, data analysis, artificial intelligence and machine learning, networking, and developer tools.
Google Cloud Platform - this term was used to describe a range of cloud computing services. In June 2021, Google announced the renaming of Google Cloud Platform to Google Cloud.
What users know as software and hardware products become services in cloud computing. These in turn provide access to the underlying resources. Google Cloud offers three ways to interactively use services and resources: a web-based graphical user interface, the command line, and client libraries.
Google Cloud - formerly Google Cloud Platform - consists of numerous physical components as well as virtual resources in Google's data centers around the world. More than 150 different service solutions can be used on top of this.