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Google joins battle to capture India’s growing cloud market

Google is the latest major cloud provider to set its sights on the thriving Indian market, joining fellow “big three” players AWS & Azure in stepping up commercial efforts in the country.

The technology giant’s cloud arm has penned a deal with Airtel which will see India’s third-largest telco offer G Suite’s cloud-based applications to small and medium businesses.

The telco, which boasts over 325 million subscribers, currently serves over 500,000 small and medium-sized businesses and startups in the country, in addition to 2,500 large businesses.


Google snaps up VMware hybrid cloud specialist CloudSimple

Google has announced plans to acquire Californian-based software firm CloudSimple for an undisclosed fee, as it steps up efforts to win the business of hybrid-cloud hungry enterprises.

CloudSimple’s solutions help companies with cloud migration, disaster recovery and virtual desktop services. The purchase will help Google as it seeks to make ground on cloud rivals, Microsoft Azure and AWS, by simplifying migration to Google Cloud Platform (GCP).


Google introduces raft of cloud security updates

GCP security bolstered by four new updates Google has announced four new capabilities to Google Cloud Platform (GCP) to improve the security of users, data and applications in the cloud. Among the new announcements are the enterprise launch of the company’s Advanced Protection Program, the general availability of Titan Security Keys, and a machine learning… Read More


Google and VMware team up to make VMware workloads Google Cloud-friendly

Companies announce new hybrid solution developed by third-party cloud service provider Google has announced a new partnership with VMware that will simplify the running of VMware workloads on Google Cloud Platform (GCP). As part of the partership, GCP will now fully support VMware Cloud Foundation, the company’s system to enable hybrid cloud deployment. Specifically, VMware’s… Read More


Google launches containers for machine learning applications, three months after AWS did the same

AWS released containers for machine learning applications in March Google Cloud Platform (GCP) has launched Deep Learning Containers, portable and consistent environments for developing, testing and deploying machine learning applications. The docker images, released in beta, work on cloud, on-premises, and across GCP products and services, including Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE), AI Platform, Cloud Run,… Read More



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