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How To Install Magento On Google Compute Engine?

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    Default How To Install Magento On Google Compute Engine?

    What is Google Compute Engine?

    Google Cloud Engine (GCE) offers reliability and highly scalable infrastructure for ecommerce stores. Thanks to its almost 99.99% uptime, it is fast becoming a popular choice among ecommerce store owners. After all, GCE is the same infrastructure that runs Google Search, Gmail, YouTube and other Google products.

    Though GCE is reliable, but to launch a complex Content Management System (CMS) like Magento, you should have a vast experience of system administration. In case you are not familiar with system administration and you need to deploy your Magento website on GCE, then you are quite out of luck. It will take a good amount of effort and time and there is always a chance of error.

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    Don’t worry though! Cloudways offers the most convenient cloud hosting platform; thus, making it much easier for Magento developers who want to host their ecommerce websites on Google Cloud Engine. Developers can now launch GCE servers on Cloudways in just a single click.

    Read Full Tutorial for host your Magento website on GCE here:

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    Google computer engine (GCE) used to create and run virtual machines on Google infrastructure. It also offers supple and self-managed virtual machines hosted on Google. It comprises Linux based machines that running on local or resilient storage options. GCE permits users to effortlessly launch bulky computer clusters on Google’s infrastructure and can run thousands of virtual CPUs on system.

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