After an 18-month preview period, Google’s Compute Engine is finally ready for prime time.
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Guest Post On occasion I encounter the argument that Google App Engine is a proprietary platform, which implies lock-in, which many developers consider a Bad Thing. I’d like to address that complaint.
The biggest web company on the planet just added support for the most widely used programming language on the planet.
Google has opened up cloud infrastructure service Compute Engine to more customers while also lowering prices and adding several new features.
Google Compute Engine has added 36 server instances to its cloud catalog, and cut prices by 5 percent in a bid to compete with Amazon Web Services, the largest provider of cloud services in the world.