Google will soon open twelve new global data centers. The message is clear for some time: the fight against market leader Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Azure against Microsoft and IBM SoftLayer intensifies.
Google will open the first new data centers again this year in Tokyo and Oregon. Will then, in 2017, ten data centers in areas where the proposed Google Cloud Platform.
Guests can then deploy their applications and services more easily on the infrastructure of the internet giant.
Google accelerates deployment of its cloud infrastructure under the guidance of former founder of VMware Diane Greene. The company plans to conduct a number of takeovers in order to further expand its range of software and infrastructure.
Currently, it is Microsoft and Amazon Web Services that have the most powerful infrastructure of public clouds, but Amazon is the undisputed market leader with a share of 31 percent.