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Timeline of Google Cloud Platform

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== Timeline ==

* '''April 2008''' – [[Google App Engine]] was released as a preview.<ref>{{cite web|url=|title=Introducing Google App Engine + our new blog |publisher=Google Developer Blog |date=2008-04-07 |accessdate=2014-04-05}}</ref>
* '''May 2010''' – [[Google Cloud Storage]] launched.<ref>{{cite web|url=|title=Google To Launch Amazon S3 Competitor 'Google Storage' At I/O|first=Jason|last=Kincaid|publisher=|accessdate=2 June 2016}}</ref>
* '''July 2012''' – Google creates the Google Cloud Platform Partner Program.<ref>{{cite web|url=|title=Introducing the Google Cloud Platform Partner Program: Helping businesses move to the cloud |publisher=Google Enterprise Blog |date=2012-07-24 |accessdate=2014-04-05}}</ref>
* '''October 2012''' – shortly after the [[Amazon Web Services|Amazon]] outage, [[Google App Engine]] experienced a major outage that also affected [[Tumblr]] and [[Dropbox (service)|Dropbox]].<ref>{{cite web|url=|title=Whoopsie! Google App Engine goes down |publisher=GigaOM |date=2012-10-26 |accessdate=2014-04-05}}</ref>
* '''April 2012''' – [[BigQuery]], first presented in March, went into General Availability (GA).<ref>{{cite web|url=|title=Google opens up its BigQuery data analytics service to all |publisher=GigaOM |date=2012-04-01 |accessdate=2014-04-05}}</ref>
* '''December 2013''' – After an 18-month preview [[Google Compute Engine]] was released GA.<ref>{{cite web|url=|title=Google Compute Engine is now Generally Available with expanded OS support, transparent maintenance, and lower prices |publisher=Google Developers Blog |date=2013-12-02 |accessdate=2014-04-05}}</ref>
* '''February 2014''' -Google Cloud SQL was released as GA.<ref>{{cite web|url=|title=Google Cloud SQL now Generally Available with an SLA, 500GB databases, and encryption |publisher=Google Cloud Platform Blog |date=2014-02-11 |accessdate=2014-04-05}}</ref>
* '''March 2014''' – During the Google Cloud Platform Live, Google announced their biggest price drop affecting all products between a 30% and 85%.<ref>{{cite web|url=|title=Google Cloud Platform Live – Blending IaaS and PaaS, Moore’s Law for the cloud |publisher=Google Cloud Platform Blog |date=2014-03-25 |accessdate=2014-04-05}}</ref>
* '''March 2014''' – Google announced Managed Virtual Machines, a new feature to overcome the traditional limitations in Google App Engine.<ref>{{cite web|url= |title=Bringing together the best of PaaS and IaaS |publisher=Google Cloud Platform Blog |date=2014-03-27 |accessdate=2014-04-05}}</ref>
* '''February 11, 2016''' – Google Cloud Functions announced for preview <ref>{{cite web|url=|title=Google has quietly launched its answer to AWS Lambda}}</ref>
* '''February 22, 2016''' – [[Google Cloud Dataproc]] entered general availability.<ref>{{cite web|title=Google Cloud Dataproc managed Spark and Hadoop service now GA|url=}}</ref>
* '''October 18, 2016''' - [[Nomulus]] announced

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