Google originally built its own cloud infrastructure to support data processing for its search engine, YouTube, and Gmail. It entered the cloud service business by introducing applications rather than raw storage or compute. Google’s move into the cloud-platform and cloud-based software adjacencies was an extension of what the company was doing already with its internal services.
Google Cloud president of partner and industry platforms Tariq Shaukat advises enterprises moving to the cloud to “make a future-proof decision on architecture”: to look at the long-term rather than choose “what may seem like the most convenient near-term decision.”
Your Zscaler representative will be in touch soon.