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As organizations move to the cloud, VM-based architectures continue to make up a significant portion of compute-centric workloads. To help ensure strong protection for these deployments, we are thrilled to announce a public preview of our newest layer of threat detection in Security Command Center (SCC): Virtual Machine Threat Detection (VMTD). VMTD is a first-to-market …

We’re pleased to announce general availability of Cloud Client Libraries for Compute Engine, now available in Java, Go, Python, NodeJS, Ruby, PHP, and C#. These new libraries provide enhanced developer productivity and ease of use by enabling a more idiomatic style for each programming language that we support. Cloud Client Libraries for Compute Engine wrap …

Google Cloud VMware Engine allows you to deploy a managed VMware environment with dedicated hardware in minutes with the flexibility to add and remove ESXi nodes on-demand. This flexibility is particularly convenient to quickly add compute capacity as needed. However, it is important to implement cost optimization strategies and review processes such that increased cost …

In November 2021, we announced the general availability of Tau VMs. Since then, Google Cloud’s Tau VMs with Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) have unlocked value for many customers who are now using Tau VMs for their production workloads, such as: Ascend, who achieved over 125% higher performance; Nylas, who gained over 40% higher price-performance; and …

One year after Google App Engine was released in 2008, Java became the second language runtime available on the platform. Java developers were able to deploy and scale their servlet-based web applications easily, without worrying about infrastructure management. Not only Java was able to run then, but alternative JVM languages, like Apache Groovy, and Kotlin …

The uniqueness of each organization in the enterprise IT space creates interesting challenges in how they need to handle alerts. With many commercial tools in the IT Service Management (ITSM) market, and lots of custom internal tools, we equip teams with tools that are both flexible and powerful. This post is for Google Cloud customers …

When you decide to build an application in the cloud one of the first questions that you have to ask yourself is – will your application be built using serverless or fully managed services in the cloud. These terms are a bit loose and can sometimes overlap or be used interchangeably. In this article let …

This past year brought both new challenges and successes for our customers around the world. We thought life was going to return to normal… and then it didn’t. Despite the uncertainty, it was exciting to see customers make huge transformations in when, where, and how they run their businesses, with cloud infrastructure as a major …

Sure, Google Cloud offers world-class infrastructure, but one of the main reasons that customers choose our platform is to run their applications on one of our managed container platforms: Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE), the most scalable and easy to use service from the company that invented Kubernetes; Anthos for managing containers in hybrid and multicloud …

The Linux Foundation, the nonprofit organization enabling mass innovation through open source, today announced it will host the Cloud Hypervisor project, which delivers a Virtual Machine Monitor for modern Cloud workloads. Written in Rust with a strong focus on security, features include CPU, memory and device hot plug; support for running Windows and Linux guests; …