Google is bringing its Cloud Platform support to the Asia-Pacific region, which means that local developers can now access a set of compute, storage and big data products to build on top of the same infrastructure and technology that powers Google — with better performance and lower latency. Meanwhile, developers around the world will benefit from a broader global network of servers.
The expansion of Cloud Platform support is part of Google’s efforts to help businesses work better with cloud-based tools as part of its Enterprise business — but more importantly, it helps to increase its reach in Asia. The Google Cloud Platform website and developer console is also now available in Japanese and Traditional Chinese.
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This move comes after Google announced huge price cuts across its Cloud Platform services last month, as it seeks to compete primarily with Amazon Web Services.
➤ Google Cloud Platform expands to Asia Pacific [Google Cloud Platform blog]
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