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Google Cloud is an open, secure, and rich platform with powerful tools. Based on the business requirements, we at Royal Cyber will help you define a strategy to reduce costs, scale your business, work smarter and leverage a cloud-based technology to unleash the power of your data.
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Google Cloud Platform for Cloud Professionals
Specializing in Google Cloud Platform is invaluable for businesses that are looking to migrate their IT infrastructure to a cloud environment. To aid this increase in demand, Royal Cyber is offering an immersive instructor-led Google Cloud Workshop for Cloud Professionals and Product Specialists. The hands-on technical workshop is geared to enable IT teams on board the latest Google Cloud technology in a real-world and condensed format. Learn how to use Google Cloud Platform to innovate and fast-track your infrastructure to a cloud environment.
Optimize your Cloud Environment using our GCP Consulting Services
As a trusted Google Partner with Data Analytics, Cloud Migration, Infrastructure and Machine Learning Specializations, we at Royal Cyber have over 30 Google certified Cloud Architects, Data Engineers and Cloud Developers. Our experienced consultants will help you plan, implement, and manage your migration to Google Cloud Platform – so you can get the power of Google at your disposal!
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With Anthos, enterprises have access to a cloud-native application modernization platform that helps companies develop, manage, and secure their applications across on-prem and multiple cloud service providers. Learn how with Google Cloud’s Anthos, businesses can expect to achieve 5x ROI, mitigate vendor lock-in challenges and increase efficient scalability.
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Directed by innovation and conviction to be at the leading edge of cloud technology, we at Royal Cyber ensure a frictionless and smooth adoption of our cloud services. Our comprehensive GCP cloud expertise makes us your trusted partner who will guide and support you at every step of your cloud journey.
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GCP FAQ Schema
01. What is Google Cloud Platform?
Google Cloud Platform (GCP) provides the infrastructure and software platform that allows one to compute vast amounts of code, deploy web applications, store large repositories of code & datasets, IoT core, enable data migration, and create networking opportunities to exist on a global level. Furthermore, monitoring and self-development of APIs are some of the additional products and services provided by GCP. In a nutshell, GCP offers the ideal platform for companies to spend less time managing resources and more time innovating.
02. What is included in the Google Cloud Platform?
Google Cloud Platform provides running workloads and over 20+ products, including GKE, Cloud Run and App Engine. You can avail of over 100+ products ranging from computing engines and API management to complex AI building tools, data warehousing. Therefore, based on your needs, you can pick a basket of products to serve your business.
03. Why should I choose Google Cloud Platform (GCP)?
One significant advantage of using Google Cloud Platform is that you can run applications on any cloud or environment, thus avoiding vendor lock-in. By harnessing AI and ML, GCP can automate several processes and make intelligent predictions that help to streamline business needs. Google also builds in security & compliance protocols and maintains data integrity when the services are in rest, transit, or use. GCP also helps you to develop carbon neutrality as it trades off electricity used up by 100% with renewable energy, thus creating a sustainable path for your business.
04. Is Google Cloud scalable?
One of the significant advantages of picking Google Cloud over any other cloud provider is that it is highly scalable. Owing to Google’s natural abundance of data sets and vast experience in the computing field, Google Cloud is more than capable of exponentially scaling up operations on a need basis. Products like Compute Engine, GKE, BigQuery, Cloud Spanner, Cloud Bigtable and Cloud Monitoring, along with serverless architecture, go a long way towards building scalable and efficient apps.
05. What are Google Cloud Partners?
Google Cloud Partners are those companies or set of individuals who can help facilitate your journey to Google Cloud Platform and whose skills and abilities to do so are validated by Google. The Royal Cyber GCP team, which numbers over 30 professionals, has multiple professional certifications from Google in Cloud Security, Architecture, Engineering and Development, thus indicating advanced skills and knowledge in leveraging Google technologies to meet your needs. Royal Cyber also offers the facility of enrolling your employees experienced in a public cloud into an instructor-led workshop about the Google cloud platform.
06. What is the pricing strategy of Google Cloud?
One of the significant benefits of going cloud-native with GCP is the flexibility of the product pricing. If you are curious about how it functions in real-time, Google offers the opportunity of running workloads worth $300 and also allows free usage of over 20 products, including GKE, Cloud Run, App Engine. Additionally, you have the options to pay per usage, automate savings according to monthly use, and can pre-pay for resources at significantly discounted prices – thus reducing workload costs by up to 57%. GCP also provides resources to optimize costs through AI-powered insights and provides the facility of a pricing calculator, which helps understand fluctuations as per location and workloads.
07. What kind of virtualization is used for the Google Cloud Platform?
Google Compute Engine is the service that enables the virtualization of GCP. These VMs can be customized according to the required computational power or memory capacity. One significant advantage of Compute Engine lies in its ability to run cloud migration while the application is live and encrypted data through its processing. Compute Engine comes in three machine types: general-purpose, compute and memory-optimized. One can even avail of preemptible machines for batch work and fault-tolerant workloads and save costs by 80%. Google is also set to launch new scale-out workloads that offer the best price-performance compared to its rival’s general-purpose workload machines with 60vCPUs per VM and 4GB per vCPU.
08. Is Google Cloud and GCP the same?
Google Cloud is the combination of both the G-suite and Google Cloud Platform (GCP). GCP primarily concerns itself with being an IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service) and PaaS (Platform as a Service), while the G-suite provides the SaaS (Software as a Service) as seen with services like Google Docs Sheets and many more.
09. What is Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE), and what makes it unique?
Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) is a group of compute engines that form a cluster, thus providing the environment for deploying, managing, and scaling containerized applications with the help of Google infrastructure. The critical feature of GKE is the autopilot mode of operation, which offers a nodeless experience, thus maximizing operational efficiency and security as node configuration and worker node management is no longer a cause for concern. Billing is also per Pod usage, eliminating system components, OS overhead, and unused capacity costs.
10. What is Google Anthos?
Google Anthos is an application platform that extends services and practices to applications to achieve modernization and consistency. It allows you to run Kubernetes clusters on-premises and cloud environments, along with ensuring that security is inbuilt in every stage of the application life cycle. In addition, Anthos Config Management allows you to enforce the company’s unique security and compliance requirements across all clusters.
11. What is BigQuery?
BigQuery is a Google Cloud Platform (GCP) enterprise data warehouse product that allows one to gain real-time business insights with ease. With the help of BigQuery ML, data scientists can build and operationalize models using SQL itself. Through BigQuery Omni, one can analyze data allows analysis across multiple cloud platforms. BigQuery BI Engine enables users to analyze large datasets with sub-second query response time and high concurrency, while BigQuery GIS allows localized business intelligence insights.
12. What is Google Cloud IAM?
IAM stands for Identity and Access Management, a GCP product that allows you to create and manage permissions for Google Cloud Resources. It centralizes cloud service access to a single system and will enable you to deploy a consistent set of operations. It is beneficial for administrators to manage security policies and compliance processes on an enterprise-wide level, usually consisting of hundreds of workgroups and complex organizational structures. With job mapping and ML-based intelligent access control, you can easily grant and prevent access to entire groups of users and modify access on a granular level while on a single unified interface. More importantly, is the fact that Google IAM comes free of charge.
13. What is RAMP?
RAMP stands for GCP’s Rapid Assessment and Migration Program, which helps users in their goal to migrate to Google Cloud Platform by utilizing three steps: Assess, Plan and Migrate. Google also allows for a free assessment to see how compatible your resources are with being cloud-native. You can also book a consultation with Royal Cyber GCP accredited professionals, seek evaluation and potential solutions to your application migration path, and book an instructor-led workshop to learn more about GCP.
14. Is Cloud Run better than similar services on other cloud platforms (e.g., Azure, AWS)?
Cloud Run is a service that allows you to develop and deploy containerized applications on a serverless platform. Being serverless prevents the high costs associated with configuring and provisioning the servers and is highly scalable and but at the same time, it does not trade off on the ability to use several libraries and languages. Another feature that sets Google apart is that if a service receives no traffic, there are no costs incurred, as seen in other cloud platforms.