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Can Compute Engine Encryption Keys Dull Google’s Snooping Reputation?

Google has announced that users will now be able to use bring-your-own-keys to encrypt compute resources, stating confidently that ‘security is at the core of Google’s architecture.’ 348 more words


Google Now Lets Developers Bring Their Own Security Keys To Compute Engine

Starting today, developers who use Google’s Compute Engine infrastructure as a service platform will be able to bring their own security keys to the service. 236 more words


Google lets you bring your encryption keys to its cloud

Companies like the idea of the flexibility the cloud computing model, but many remain unconvinced that cloud—especially public cloud—is a secure place for their important data. 371 more words


Google aims to make Windows Server apps comfy on its cloud

Googleon Tuesday followed through on promises to make Windows Server a first-class citizen on its not-otherwise-very-Windows-centric Google Compute Engine.

Google Compute Engine, or GCE, already supported… 217 more words


Windows Server em GA na GCP

Depois de um período em alpha e beta, os servidores Windows estão finalmente em GA (General Availability, disponível de modo definitivo, com SLA, suporte etc) na Google Cloud Platform (GCP). 114 more words


Windows Server On Google Compute Engine Hits General Availability

It still feels like an odd combination, but Google today announced that Windows Server support on Google’s Compute Engine platform has now hit general availability. With this, Cloud Engine users are now covered by Google’s… 225 more words


Google Announces Pre-emptible Virtual Machines Marked By Price Reductions Of 70%

On Monday, Google introduced Google Compute Engine pre-emptible virtual machines. Pre-emptible machines enjoy a 70% discount on standard pricing but may be shut down at any time and have a maximum runtime of 24 hours. 261 more words