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New Google Cloud Platform API (GCP) is now available to use to create virtual machines with a variety of cloud providers.
This new API provides a new interface for developers to use when building virtual machines that leverage Google Cloud Data Platform, which provides high availability, data protection and replication.
The new API allows you to connect to cloud providers through a secure connection, and it provides the ability to deploy virtual machines from Google’s own cloud storage platform.
The GCP APIs is available today in the Google Cloud Console.
Developers can use it to create and deploy virtual machine hosts, compute virtual machines, and to add services to virtual machines.
With the new API, you can also add an SSH session to your existing virtual machine, add a virtual IP to a virtual machine’s host, and create an image that uses the GCP Platform to access the Cloud API.
Google also announced that it is now allowing developers to integrate with the new APIs using a new SDK that enables developers to build a custom Google Cloud Engine image with the same API as the standard SDK.
The SDK provides support for both the Google Web Engine and the Google Compute Engine, and provides tools to support custom code-compilation, image management, and deployment.
In addition to the new SDK, Google is also releasing a new cloud service, Cloud Services, that provides a unified framework for the integration of Google Cloud Functions and Cloud Services into the Google Developer Platform.
Cloud Services is available for download at: http://www.google.com/cloud/services.
The Google Cloud Services SDK is available at: https://developers.google-analytics.com/.
This API will be available in the cloud for all of the cloud providers that have signed on to support it.
For more information, please visit: https:/ /www.cloudservices.google/ .
Learn more about the Google Services SDK at: Google Cloud Products and Services, http:// cloudproducts.google .com/ .