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Google Compute Engine Definition

Google Compute Engine(GCE) is an infrastructure as a service(IaaS) constituent of the Google Cloud Platform which allows users to create and run virtual machines on Google infrastructure. The compute engine allows you to easily launch large computer clusters on Google’s infrastructure and offers value and performance. Virtual Machines can be launched on demand and there are no beforehand investments. A single system can support thousands of virtual CPUs and simultaneously function fast and offer consistency in performance. Google compute engine users are required to get authenticated on OAuth 2.0 before starting the virtual machines. Google Compute Engine can be acquired through Developer Console and Command Line Interface.

The virtual machines can be customized according to the specific needs and it fulfills every need from micro to instances with 96 vCPUs or 624GB of memory. These run on the user’s choice of OS which includes Debian, CentOS, CoreOS, Ubuntu, SUSE, FreeBSD, or Windows Server 2008 R2, 2012 R2, and 2016. The customized virtual machine option allows users to use their own system images.

An encrypted local solid-state drive (SSD) block storage is offered by the compute engine. And these disks, unlike the persistent disks, are attached to the server hosting the virtual machine. These result in high input/output operations per second (IOPS) and low latency. The administrators are allowed to select the region and zone where data resources will be stored and create an advanced network on the regional level.

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