Search engine giant Google has opened its first cloud platform region in Mumbai to enable customers to develop efficient applications and store data on the cloud. The company first announced plans to launch a cloud region in India last September at an event in San Francisco.
The newly launched Google Cloud Platform will help enterprises to access high speed, low latency and aligned performance benefits offered via Google Cloud Platform (GCP) services. In addition, the customers in India can avail GCP services directly in Indian currency (INR).
The services which are being offered by GCP includes computing, Big Data, storage along with networking. The cloud platform will enable developers to build, test and deploy applications on its high-efficient, reliable infrastructure.