Compute Engine is a
computing and hosting service that lets you create
and run virtual machines on Google infrastructure. Compute Engine offers scale,
performance, and value that lets you easily launch large compute clusters on Google's
infrastructure. There are no upfront investments, and you can run thousands of virtual
CPUs on a system that offers quick, consistent performance.
Explore use cases, reference architectures, whitepapers, best practices, and industry solutions.
Migrate for Compute Engine (formerly Velostrata) allows you to easily migrate VMs from your on-premises data center, AWS, or Azure into Compute Engine. You validate, run, and migrate applications into Google Cloud without rewriting them, modifying the image, or changing management processes.
Learn patterns and practices for creating apps that are resilient and scalable, two essential goals of many modern architecture exercises. A well-designed app scales up and down as demand increases and decreases, and is resilient enough to withstand service disruptions.
Learn best practices for a homogeneous Db2 migration to Compute Engine. This document is intended for database admins, system admins and software, database, and ops engineers who are migrating Db2 environments to Google Cloud.