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Google Cloud Platform のアジア展開が、ついに本格化してきた! from 台北

Cloud platform for Taiwanese enterprises rolled out by Google
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The China Post – April 16, 2014
http://www.chinapost.com.tw/business/company-focus/2014/04/16/405461/Cloud-platform.htm

TAIPEI — Google Inc. rolled out its cloud computing-based platform for enterprises in Taiwan yesterday on its first stop of an Asian tour to promote its cloud business services. 392 more words

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How To Set a VPN on Google Compute Engine

There are many cases where you wish to migrate data from one location to another. In most cases, you will wish to do it over a secure channel. 365 more words

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Red Hat Partners With Google To Enable Transfer Of RHEL Licenses To Google Compute Engine

Today, Red Hat announced a partnership with Google that allows Red Hat customers to transfer Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) licenses from on-premise workloads to Google’s cloud platform. 253 more words

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Red Hat Teams With Google Compute Engine To Ease Cloud Management

Red Hat announced a deal today in which Red Hat Enterprise Linux customers could move their subscriptions to Google Compute Engine, a deal that could benefit both companies. 441 more words

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Google needs more cloud customers, so it's turning to Red Hat for help

Google can’t build its public cloud into a behemoth by itself.

Today, key enterprise software company Red Hat unveiled Google’s latest partnership initiative, to let Red Hat customers move certain subscriptions to the growing Google Compute Engine. 229 more words

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Amazon just announced new cloud prices. And no, they're not lower than Google's

Public-cloud market leader Amazon Web Services can cut prices like nobody’s business, but now that Google is playing harder than ever, Amazon cloud executives will have to huddle up and reflect on new ways to keep customers from flocking to Google. 214 more words

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Did Google just doom the lot of small-scale cloud providers?

About a year ago, I wrote a post comparing cloud computing providers to fast-food chains. I called Amazon(s amzn) Web Services the McDonald’s of the cloud, Rackspace(s rax)the Wendy’s and Google(s goog) — in a close third place — the Burger King. 564 more words

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