Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) Windows Server is getting support from Google Cloud Platform. As per the reports, Windows Server 2008 R2 and Windows Server 2010 R2 are joining a constantly growing list of operating systems that are supported fully on Compute Engine. Other operating systems being promoted on this platform comprise of names such as Red Hat Enterprise Linux, SUSE, and UBUNTU.
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As the general availability of Windows Users is in place, users are promised to be able to deploy various servers that are running ASP.NET, Active Directory or server-side Web development framework of Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT). The procedure can be executed in a hassle-free way by using extended existing infrastructures and Cloud Launcher into Google Cloud Platform.
Along with this, Google has also added peculiar enhancements like generic receive offload support and multi-queue for different people and entities using Windows.
One of the product managers named Alex Gaysinsky, who’s associated with Google Cloud platform put some light on this matter on Tuesday. According to him, such updates will decrease the Windows Server instances that are needed to serve web-based applications. They will further enhance the overall experience of the customers and help them controlling operational costs effectively.
After the latest update, all the Google Cloud users can look forward to opting for the operational support concerning deployment of Windows Server on Compute Engine. Along with this, Google has also connected with Windows Server 2003 that is heading towards the end of the light swiftly. Google has made available a special trial period for all the new customers who seek to migrate from Windows Server to Google Cloud platform.
It’s not the first time when Google has come up with such step to improve the users for its cloud platforms. The company intends to offer a hassle-free experience to all the users and look forward to taking different steps from to time to fulfill the same objective.