Back in November of last year (2017), Salesforce and Google announced one of the most high-profile partnerships to hit the cloud computing world. Bringing together one of the world's most popular cloud computing portfolios, and an incredibly lucrative customer relationship management software was a genius move for both companies. Now, the Salesforce core platform and G Suite will be intrinsically linked - but what does that mean for users?
To suggest that the cloud computing market was taking off would be nothing short of an understatement. These days, if you're not already migrating into a cloud-based architecture, then there's a good chance that you're at least thinking about hybrid solutions and the ways you can tap into powerful, scalable applications through the cloud.
During the annual Dreamforce event, where Salesforce meets with partners to share the latest and greatest developments behind its platform, Google and Salesforce announced a partnership predicted to transform the cloud race.
Nutanix is a revolutionary company in the world of industry-leading technology. They provide an enterprise cloud that takes the next step beyond hyper convergence, to give the IT industry a chance to focus on the services and applications that drive their business forward.
Enterprise organizations are beginning to recognize the compelling benefits of making the move to Google Cloud Platform but may not know how to get started. In Honor of #VMWorld we present a couple of GCP Virtual Machine posts for your consideration. We're also offering a special 5 hour tour of Google Cloud's 'Compute Engine' which provides the VM Infrastructure as a Service IT Departments have been waiting for.
Google recently announced the launch of their brand-new service, "App Maker", the latest and greatest entry in the drag-and-drop DevOps market for building exceptional retail and business apps. Google's App Maker makes it easier for people to develop basic applications that are specifically suited for their organization.
The dog days of summer are here but in a couple of weeks most folks will have returned from summer adventures, rest and relaxation to begin the flurry of activity surrounding the return to the daily grind of work and school. Here at Coolhead Tech we're taking our mandate of helping midsize enterprise IT Departments get "Back to Cool" with solutions like G Suite Business, Enterprise and Google Cloud Platform.
A multi-cloud approach to business infrastructure can be one of the simplest ways for organizations to leverage the strengths of various cloud providers while minimizing weaknesses. Not only can today's businesses spread critical workloads effectively across a range of cloud environments, but they can also access new solutions for security, cost-savings, and productivity by making use of the right cloud services.
Each year, Gartner publishes a new "IaaS Magic Quadrant" report, which is designed to rank the leading vendors across the cloud marketplace. Often seen as one of the most important reports for cloud development, the IaaS overview frequently focuses on the competition between Google, Microsoft, and AWS, as the main competitors for the space.