- Future proof infrastructure equipped with google cloud functions which is secure and globally available with apart from being high performance and cost effective with Google Cloud storage pricing and Google Cloud server pricing.
- Seriously Powerful Data & Analytics with Google Cloud console, it’s one of the best Google Cloud functions: Tap into big data to find answers and pattern faster to build better products. Unleash your corporate data to find answers and patterns which will let you design better products.
- Serverless, just code: Google Cloud Platform products lets you grow without thinking about capacity, reliability or performance from prototype to production and even beyond.
Storage and Databases
Identity & Security
API Platform & Ecosystems
Internet Of Things
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Migrating machines to Google Cloud Platform:
Moving computing workloads to the cloud can deliver compelling benefits, but the mechanics of data and workload migration can strain limited IT resources. CloudCompanions is a Google cloud partner to help clients in this migrating servers from either an on-premise machine or a virtual machine in another public cloud platform.
Getting Started with VM Migration:
Many companies start their journey to cloud by shifting some work from on- premise resources.
There are two approached for cloud migration: Self Service and Partner Assisted. Our experience suggests that many of our customers from small business to large enterprises, ultimately find a partnership approach for user better experience and consumes less time/money.
Public Clouds : A public Cloud is basically the internet Service providers uses in the internet to make resources, such as applications (also known as Software-as-a-service) and storage, available to the public, or on a ‘public Cloud. Examples of public Clouds include Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2), IBM’s Blue Cloud, Sun Cloud, Google AppEngine and Windows Azure Services Platform. For users, these types of Clouds will provide the best economies of scale, are inexpensive to set-up because hardware, application and bandwidth costs are covered by the provider. It’s a pay-per-usage model and the only costs incurred are based on the capacity that is used. There are some limitations, however; the public Cloud may not be the right fit for every organization. The model can limit configuration, security, and SLA specificity, making it less-than-ideal for services using sensitive data that is subject to compliance regulations.
Private Clouds : Private Clouds are data center architectures owned by a single company that provides flexibility, scalability, provisioning, automation and monitoring. The goal of a Private Cloud is not sell “as-a-service” offerings to external customers but instead to gain the benefits of Cloud architecture without giving up the control of maintaining your own data center. Private Clouds can be expensive with typically modest economies of scale. This is usually not an option for the average Small-to-Medium sized business and is most typically put to use by large enterprises. Private Clouds are driven by concerns around security and compliance, and keeping assets within the firewall.
Hybrid Clouds : By using a Hybrid approach, companies can maintain control of an internally managed Private Cloud while relying on the Public Cloud as needed. For instance during peak periods individual applications or portions of applications can be migrated to the Public Cloud. This will also be beneficial during predictable outages: hurricane warnings, scheduled maintenance windows, rolling brown/blackouts. The ability to maintain an off-premise disaster recovery site for most organizations is impossible due to cost. While there are lower cost solutions and alternatives are available to lower down the spectrum an organization gets, the capability to recover data quickly reduces. Cloud based Disaster Recovery (DR)/Business Continuity (BC) services allow organizations to contract failover out to a Managed Services Provider that maintains multi-tenant infrastructure for DR/BC and specializes in getting business back online quickly.