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And, bam! Here's Google Compute Engine

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Drum roll, please. Google Compute Engine is now available to everyone, not just those who pay $400 per month for Google Gold support. (Update: Actually, it turns out folks can sign up for GCE starting at 6 p.m. PDT on Wednesday.) Notably, Google will offer its resources in sub-hour increments...
And, bam! Here's Google Compute Engine
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Google Cloud Platform Opens To General Availability With New Pricing And Data Tools To Compete With AWS

techcrunch.com
Google announced today at I/O that it made Google Cloud Platform generally available, marking a milestone for the cloud community and the real arrival of a giant to contend with Amazon Web Services (AWS) and its pay-as-you-go pricing. The service is now open to any developer or business. In its post...
Google Cloud Platform Opens To General Availability With New Pricing And Data Tools To Compete With AWS

Look out, Amazon: Google opens Compute Engine to more devs & lowers prices

venturebeat.com
Sept. 9 - 10, 2013San Francisco, CAEarly Bird Tickets on Sale Google has opened up cloud infrastructure service Compute Engine to more customers while also lowering prices and adding several new features, the company said today in a blog post. Amazon currently holds the title for largest infrastructure-as-a-service provider with...
Look out, Amazon: Google opens Compute Engine to more devs & lowers prices
Google Opens Up Compute Engine To All Developers Who Buy Its $400/Month Gold Support Package, Drops Instance Prices By 4%
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Debian Will Serve As The Default OS For Google Compute Engine

techcrunch.com
Google is bringing Debian to Google Compute Engine and is making it the default OS  for developers using the service. Google will support both Debian 6.0 and Debian 7.0, which was released this week. There are some pretty clear reasons why Google is making Debian the default OS. First of all, it’s free, said Krishnan...
Debian Will Serve As The Default OS For Google Compute Engine
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