Google announces ‘essentar’ cloud computing platform, new cloud service
Google (India): The search giant is launching a new cloud computing service, called “essentr” that it claims will help the company’s developers build more powerful and scalable applications for its cloud-based infrastructure.
The platform, which will initially launch in India, will offer a range of tools, including APIs and APIs-based tools, for developers.
The service, which Google has already announced in a blog post, will be available to developers on a subscription basis.
“We are introducing a new service called ‘essantra’ that will give developers the ability to leverage our services to build new applications for Google Cloud Platform,” the blog post said.
“Developers will be able to build apps on top of the service, including building web and mobile applications for use in Google’s data centers, and to build applications for a variety of other industries and applications, including IoT, AI, healthcare, transportation and more.”
Google says it plans to add more cloud services over time.
Google has been working on a new type of cloud service called “cloud” for the last year.
It was previously called “naturally occurring” and it was developed to run on Google’s servers.
The company said the new service, dubbed “essantr,” is meant to bring cloud computing to more companies.
Google will initially roll out the service to India through an API-based service that allows developers to build cloud applications.
Developers will be allowed to use APIs for data storage, and for applications to access the cloud, Google said.
The new service will also provide a range to other developers who wish to use the service for other purposes, including the development of new services.
Google said the service will be made available to the public in two versions, with a free trial version for developers and a paid version for Google.
Google also said the “essente” cloud service will help to accelerate the development and commercialization of new cloud services, and the service can be used for both cloud-native apps and apps developed using the Google Cloud SDK, the company said.
Google’s cloud platform will initially be available in India through a cloud service offering called “ESSENTAR,” Google said in a post announcing the new services announcement.
The “essenter” service will bring the company “further into the cloud computing era,” the company added.
The AWS cloud platform Google is developing will also be available as an API, Google announced in its blog post.
Google is also planning to offer a “cloud-native” service for developers, Google wrote in the blog posting.
Google says the “cloudnative” services will be free, but will cost a monthly fee for developers to enable cloud-ready apps.
Developers can also use the services to create applications using the “Cloud Runtime,” a library of software and tools that can be deployed on the cloud and used for cloud-enabled apps.
Google announced the AWS Cloud Runtime and its APIs in February 2016, but the company did not have any plans to build an app for the platform until a year later.
Google Cloud Cloud Runtime (CLR) is the cloud platform’s runtime, the software that developers and users can use to build, deploy, and manage applications, and which was originally developed to be an open-source project by Google employees, including some of the company CEO’s.
It is open source and allows developers and end users to use it for free.
In June 2016, Google launched an AWS S3 datacenter service for AWS customers that offers cloud-hosted versions of the platform’s core applications, along with other services, for a cost of $1 per month.
The price is based on a yearly subscription.
The announcement on Monday of the AWS CLR cloud service comes just days after Google launched its cloud services platform, “Google Cloud Platform.”
The service is available for $39 per month, with monthly fees ranging from $15 to $30.
Google hasn’t announced plans for the new cloud platform, but it did not mention it by name in its post announcing it.