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Google lowers costs Compute Engine and App Engine
Google promises to reduce prices. Of its cloud services for developers next week Below are the prices of Compute Engine and App Engine. Moreover, the prices are automatically reduced when running workloads longer.
google The price reductions will apply from 1 April, as Urs Hölzle Google announced at a conference in San Francisco Google. Prices for Compute Engine, where virtual machines can be hosted, be reduced by 32 percent. The prices for App Engine to host individual applications, be reduced for most customers by 30 percent and are also easier to understand, says Hölzle.
All data storage costs developers immediately 2.6 cents per gigabyte per month, whether structured database or data blobs are. This is for most customers represents a reduction of 68 percent, according Hölzle. The variant with a lower availability, where the round-trip time can therefore be higher now costs two cents per gigabyte per month.
In addition, Google has introduced limited support for running Windows Server Compute Engine. Support for Red Hat and SUSE is now available to everyone. Google also announced managed VMs, which Google takes on certain management tasks, but the user does have the freedom of a virtual machine. Both applications from the App Engine as virtual servers in the Compute Engine can easily be converted to a managed-vm. According to Google
In addition, the prices of BigQuery, which large amounts of data can be processed and analyzed, will be reduced by 85 percent. About five gigabytes per second would do to queries can now for $ 20,000 per month, according to Google’s 75 percent lower than the prices of competitors.
In addition, prices from next week be automatically reduced when stable workloads. When a workload one quarter of the running month, the prices for the rest of the month are getting lower. If a workload runs for a month, it costs even 53 percent less.
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