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An SAP cloud migration can be an incredibly valuable IT investment, giving an enterprise a practical upgrade path away from on-premises SAP infrastructure to a flexible, scalable, and efficient public cloud environment. But moving SAP workloads to the cloud is rarely simple or easy. Many IT organizations struggle to manage the short-term cost, complexity, and …

A content delivery network is a critical part of getting frequently used content to your users quickly and cost-effectively. We’re excited to announce new, more flexible controls for Cloud CDN, making it even easier to improve performance and reducing the serving costs for regularly accessed content, no matter where your users are. We’re delivering three features …

It’s an exciting time to be a Java developer: there are new Java language features being released every 6 months, new JVM languages like Kotlin, and the shift from traditional monolithic applications to microservices architectures with modern frameworks like Spring Boot. And with Spring Cloud GCP, we’re making it easy for enterprises to modernize existing applications …

As enterprises move their applications and services to the cloud, developers frequently find themselves evaluating and experimenting with new technologies to identify the best solution to solve their day-to-day problems. This evaluation process could include tasks such as: identifying which platform to host or migrate an application to, or learning how to use an API …

Look, when you’re running your applications in the cloud there’s a lot you have to keep top of mind: performance, security, agility, cost, and more. One thing you shouldn’t have to worry about? Monsters. That’s right, monsters. And yet, many of you do have monsters running amok in your cloud—just not the kind you see …

A better home creates a better life We are here to create a better everyday life for many people with big dreams, big needs and thin wallets. Today’s life at home is more important than ever, not only to accommodate people’s basic needs, but also to make space for home offices, remote education and multi-purpose …

Though 2020 has been a year like no other, many sports fans can take comfort in the fact that one of America’s fall traditions has continued: the World Series, baseball’s annual championship consumed by millions. This year, the Los Angeles Dodgers and Tampa Bay Rays have split the first two games, setting us up for an …

Businesses’ reactions to the pandemic response has leaned heavily on the cloud, and demand and revenue escalated for AWS, Azure, Google Cloud, and Alibaba, and are expected to grow more in 2021. Not that anyone was necessarily looking for “a star” amid pandemic recovery, but if an inanimate object could be considered one, it would …

In a Compute Engine environment, managed instance groups (MIGs) offer autoscaling that lets you automatically change an instance group’s capacity based on current load, so you can rightsize your environment—and your costs. Autoscaling adds more virtual machines (VMs) to a MIG when there is more load (scaling out), and deletes VMs when the need for VMs is …

When developing a service to deploy on Kubernetes, do you sometimes feel like you’re more focused on your YAML files than on your application? When working with YAML, do you find it hard to detect errors early in the development process? We created Cloud Code to let you spend more time writing code and less …