• Difference Between Google Cloud and Google Drive
    Google Cloud Storage is a developer service provided by Google that allows you to save and change data directly on Google's infrastructure. You can use Google Cloud Storage to upload/download files, delete files, get a list of files, or determine the size of a specific file. Google Drive, on the other hand, is designed to store personal files and offers up to 15 GB of free storage across all of...
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  • Google Cloud Platform Services and Benefits
      The Google Cloud Platform provides cloud management, security, and developer tools in addition to services for computing, storage, networking, big data, machine learning, and the internet of things (IoT). The main cloud computing services offered by Google Cloud Platform are as follows:     Compute   Virtual machines, hard drives, and the network: Compute Engine Virtual...
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  • Google Cloud Storage
    The public cloud storage infrastructure for organizations known as Google Cloud Storage can be used to store big unstructured data volumes. Businesses may purchase the storage for crucial or infrequently used data.   Customers of Google Cloud Storage have the option of accessing their data through a web browser or a command-line interface. Customers can choose where their data will be...
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