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G Suite Admin, Which would you choose if you had a $999 proof of concept budget? 5 Weeks of Co-Development in Google App Maker or a 5 day personal tour of Google Compute Engine VMs with $500 in GCP credits? It's your choice Admin, only with Coolhead Tech. 🤘
In September Coolhead Tech is offering 2 new services to better introduce G Suite Business Admins to Google Cloud Platform.
If your company isn't yet on G Suite Business, Coolhead Tech will not only help upgrade you but we'll get you a discount on the upgrade from G Suite Basic to Business.
Coolhead Tech has a great Google Dev-Ops team to deliver projects of any scale now and we can tap existing G Suite resources to optimize your deployment.
Check out these two new Dev-Ops for G Suite Business users below and get in touch with a CHT Apps Admin to get started with Google App Maker and Google Compute Engine with Coolhead Tech.
1) Get 5 Weeks of Google App Maker Co-Development for $999.
Appmaker is In EAP for G Suite Business customers. It makes it easy for your team to build and deploy an app. Features like built-in templates, a drag-and-drop UI editor, and point-and-click data modeling accelerate app development.
Get one month (40 hours) of co-development for $999. Includes weekly coaching on App Maker's drag-and-drop UI editor and custom coding for the back end. Register for The 5 Week App Maker App.
2) Get a 5 Day Tour of Virtual Machines on GCP
Google Compute Engine offers high performance virtual machines, customer-friendly pricing, fast networking, and carbon-neutral impact.
We'll set up 5 sessions over the course of 5-15 days to not only show you the benefits and basics of Virtual Machines on Google Cloud but we can perform live migrations/images of existing servers as proof of concept. $999 includes $300-$500 of free Google Cloud Platform Credits based on Google's qualifications. Register for the 5 Day Tour of Google Compute Engine.