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Google Compute Engine anunciado durante el Google I/O 2012

Jose Andrade, @jandrade
June 28, 2012
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Los rumores decían que Google anunciaría durante el Google I/O algún servicio para competir con Amazon EC2 se han podido confirmar. Google Compute Engine proporcionará maquinas virtuales Linux para que los desarrolladores de todo el mundo puedan ayudarse de ella en la construcción de sus aplicaciones y en procesamiento de datos a gran escala. Google ha anunciado además que su servicio proporcionará un "50 por ciento más computación por cada dólar" que la competencia.

El servicio está disponible en versión beta, permitiendo el acceso a más de 700.000 cores.

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