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Announcements at Google Next 17 and price cut on IaaS

Announcements at Google Next 17 and price cut on IaaS
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So the last couple of days I’ve been watching closely on the keynotes at #GoogleNext, where Google was showing alot of the new enhancements to their platform. So a couple of weeks back they also introduced a new relational database service which is geo syncronous as well called Spanner

Now up until now Google has been one of the cheapest providers when it comes to regular IaaS, but now they have also announced commited use discount as well which will cut the IaaS cost even more. Let me give you an example.

Price cut on IaaS

A virtual machine running in Microsoft Azure (With Linux, which means no OS licenses) in this case a VM running 16 vCPU, 56 GB of RAM will cost 1,12$ per hour.

A virtual machine running in Google Cloud Compute (With Linux, which means no OS licenses) in this case a VM running 16 vCPU, 60 GB of RAM will cost $0.7600 per hour

Read the entire article here, Announcements at Google Next 17 and price cut on IaaS

via Marius Sandbu.

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Marius Sandbu (@msandbu on Twitter), works as an Cloud Architect at Exclusive Networks/BigTec in Norway. Primary focusing on Software defined datacenter solution and how they integrate with end-user computing technology and also works alot with cloud solutions like Microsoft Azure. Marius is also an Microsoft MVP, Veeam Vanguard, VMware vExpert and is also the author of many Citrix NetScaler books and shares his thought and ideas about technolgy on his blog.

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