Friday, May 6, 2016

Cloud Computing

The Google Cloud Platform

"Google Cloud Platform is a set of modular cloud-based services that allow you to create anything from simple websites to complex applications. Future-Proof Infrastructure: Secure, global, high-performance, and cost effective- and constantly improving." [Google]

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Google Cloud Platform [Copyright Google Inc.]
"Global load balancers that scale to 1 million+ users instantly. Part of a worldwide distributed system for delivering customers to infrastructure, the same system that supports Google products like Maps, Gmail, and Search. Its autoscaling capabilities are designed to tolerate extreme spikes in traffic, and easily scale from no traffic to millions of requests per second, in seconds. This improves the performance of your applications: every user, no matter how many of them show up at once, will make it through to your stack." [Google]

"The Google security model: Deploy on an infrastructure protected by more than 500 top experts in information, application, and network security." [Google]

"Google’s global network footprint, with over 75 points-of-presence across more than 33 countries, ensures you receive the same low latency and responsiveness customers expect from Google's own services." [Google]

"Big Data, no waiting: Based on the same distributed data services Google is using, Google BigQuery, Google Cloud Datalab and Google Cloud Dataproc are changing how you analyze and use data." [Google]

Google Sheets Tools

Google Sheets is a free and powerful MS Excel like spreadsheet software but working in the cloud on the Google cloud platform. You can reach it from everywhere with your internet browser. For the best user experience I recommend to use the free Google Chrome browser.
Google Sheets can be integrated with the Google Compute Engine for solving complicated mathematical models (see the Specialist Allocation Tool here under).
TIP: You can also use Google Sheets on your tablet! Instead of using the Google Sheets App use the Chrome web browser on your tablet to start Sheets. After navigating to the Google Sheets website ( click on the top right menu (3 dots) in Chrome and check the 'Request desktop site' check box. In this way you will be able to use the full functionality of Google Sheets on your tablet!

Please visit the Google Sheets website for more info about Google Sheets!

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