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Timeline of Google Cloud Platform

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! Year !! Month and date (if available) !! Event type !! Details
| 2000 2008 || April || Prelude || [[|Amazon.comGoogle App Engine]], the parent company of the was released as yet nonexistent AWS, begins work on, an e-commerce platform intended for use by other large retailers such as [[wikipedia:Target Corporation|Target Corporation]]. In the process, Amazon's team realizes that they need to decouple their code better, with cleaner interfaces and access APIs. Around the same time, the company also realizes the need to build infrastructure-as-a-service internally, to improve the speed of development and not have it bottlenecked by infrastructure availability. All these changes help pave the way for AWSpreview.<ref>{{cite web|url =https|title = How AWS came to be|date = July 2, 2016|accessdate = December 4, 2016Introducing Google App Engine + our new blog |publisher = ''[[wikipedia:TechCrunchGoogle Developer Blog |TechCrunch]]''|last date= Miller2008-04-07 |first accessdate= Ron2014-04-05}}</ref>|-| 2010 || May || Stuff || [[Google Cloud Storage]] launched.<ref name=medium-jassy>{{cite web|url = https|title = Exclusive: The Story of AWS and Andy Jassy’s Trillion Dollar Baby. As the late Stuart Scott would say "AWS has created so much value it’s ridiculous".Google To Launch Amazon S3 Competitor 'Google Storage' At I/O|last first= FurrierJason|first last= JohnKincaid|date publisher= January 29, 2015|accessdate = December 4, 2 June 2016}}</ref>

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