Feel welcome to contact CloudMile at email@example.com.
Or simply call us at +886-2-8789-3939
Feel welcome to contact CloudMile at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Or simply call us at +886-2-8789-3939
Q1. What is Google Cloud Platform?
Google Cloud Platform is short for GCP. GCP consists of a set of physical assets, such as computers and hard disk drives, and virtual resources, such as virtual machines (VMs), that are contained in Google’s data centers around the globe. Each data center location is in a global region. Regions include Central US, Western Europe, and East Asia. Each region is a collection of zones, which are isolated from each other within the region. Each zone is identified by a name that combines a letter identifier with the name of the region.
Q2. What is Cloud Computing?
In cloud computing, the capital investment in building and maintaining data centers is replaced by consuming IT resources as an elastic, utility-like service from a cloud “provider” (including storage, computing, networking, data processing and analytics, application development, machine learning, and even fully managed services).
Whereas in the past cloud computing was considered the province of startups and aggressively visionary enterprise users, today, it is part of the enterprise computing mainstream across every industry, for organizations of any type and size.
Q3. What are the benefits of cloud computing?
Cloud computing has made a profound impact on innovation and the economics of business overall. It gives forward-looking organizations the opportunity to not only improve flexibility, reduce costs, and focus on core competencies, but also to fully transform how they operate — for example, by re-designing internal workflows or customer interactions as digital experiences that extend from the data center all the way through to mobile devices.
Specifically, the business advantages of cloud computing include:
More information: https://cloud.google.com/what-is-cloud-computing/
Q4. What is Machine Learning?
Machine learning is functionality that helps software perform a task without explicit programming or rules. Traditionally considered a subcategory of artificial intelligence, machine learning involves statistical techniques, such as deep learning(aka neural networks), that are inspired by theories about how the human brain processes information. Machine learning is powered by algorithmic models that are trained to recognize patterns in collected data (such as logs, speech, text, or images). Because access to lots of training data and computing power are preconditions for success, the cloud (where data storage and high-performance computation are plentiful and can be particularly cost-efficient) is an ideal platform for machine learning.
For instance, machine learning is used to:
More information: https://cloud.google.com/what-is-machine-learning/
Q5. What is big data?
Big data refers to data that would typically be too expensive to store, manage, and analyze using traditional (relational and/or monolithic) database systems. Usually, such systems are cost-inefficient because of their inflexibility for storing unstructured data (such as images, text, and video), accommodating “high-velocity” (real-time) data, or scaling to support very large (petabyte-scale) data volumes.
For this reason, the past few years has seen the mainstream adoption of new approaches to managing and processing big data, including Apache Hadoop and NoSQL database systems. However, those options often prove to be complex to deploy, manage, and use in an on-premise situation.
GCP offers access to data storage, processing, and analytics on a more scalable, flexible, cost-effective, and even secure basis than can be achieved with an on-premise deployment. These characteristics are essential for customers when data volumes are growing exponentially–to make storage and processing resources available as needed, as well as to get value from that data. Furthermore, for those organizations that are just embarking on the journey toward doing big data analytics and machine learning, and that want to avoid the potential complexities of on-premise big data systems, the cloud offers a way to experiment with managed services (such as Google BigQuery and Google Cloud ML Engine) in a pay-as-you-go manner.
Q6. What kind of companies need GCP?
GCP offer integrated solutions with recommended GCP products for the following industries:
More information: https://www.mile.cloud/gcp/why-gcp/
Q1. Who is CloudMile?
Founded in 2016, CloudMile is a Taiwan-based B2B cloud services provider that helps companies leverage the power of data through machine learning algorithms and big data analytics technologies.CloudMile is a Google Premier Partner and Google Cloud Platform’s (GCP) sole strategic service partner in Asia. Rapidly expanding its operations across Asia, the company currently provides cloud consulting services and developing support to Taiwan, China, Hong Kong and Southeast Asia.
More information: https://www.mile.cloud/gcp/about-us/
Q2. What services CloudMile offer?
CloudMile provides integrated cloud services based on Google Cloud Platform. CloudMile’s technical team includes Cloud Architects, Data Scientists, and Cloud Engineers to provide our customers a complete service from developing cloud environment, big data analysis, and machine learning APIs integration.
More information: https://www.mile.cloud/gcp/our-service/
Q3. What are the differences to purchase GCP products from CloudMile than directly through GCP?
For CloudMile’s service regions, we offer 7X24 Golden Support and we promise to respond to your problems within one hour. For Taiwan region, CloudMile only charge for product fees and 5% Sales Tax; where as, if you purchase directly through GCP, there will be software import custom duties fees.
Q4. What regions do CloudMile’s services cover?
CloudMile’s services cover APEC regions including HongKong, Singapore, China, Indonesia, and other South-East Asia countries. We have subsidiary offices in HongKong and Singapore. And we are looking for expanding our businesses to many more regions.
Q5. If we encounter GCP problem, what are the customer supports CloudMile offers?
7X24 Golden Support- Cloud Start, Cloud Plan, Cloud Deploy, and Cloud Optimize. If you encounter technical issues or sales issues, we will arrange personnels to visit you ASAP.
Q6. How to contact CloudMile?
Feel welcome to contact CloudMile at email@example.com. Or simply call us at +886-2-8789-3939.
Q7. What is the process of collaborating with CloudMile?
Please contact CloudMile at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will arrange personnels to contact you for discussing your needs to set up GCP projects.
Q8. We are already using GCP. Can we still collaborate with CloudMile?
Of course you can still collaborate with CloudMile even you are already using GCP. CloudMile will assist Taiwan enterprises to set up billing and provide invoice, provide professional GCP technical supports to help you understand more about GCP products and solutions. CloudMile will help you with Cloud Architecture inspection and optimize your services. Evenmore, CloudMile is the best in Machine Learning aspects to build a customized your own computing model to help you understand more about your customer behaviors and enhance user experiences.
Q9. Our company is located outside your region. Can we will collaborate with CloudMile?
Certainly. CloudMile is a global GCP solution partner that we can provide you services internationally.
Q1. How can we register for GCP Free Trial?
You can register GCP for free here: https://cloud.google.com/free
Q2. Does GCP offer free credits?
GCP offer USD$300 $300 free credit to get started with any GCP product, and valid for 12 months.
Q3. Does Free Trial include SLA (Service Level Agreement)?
Free Trial can access 90% of GCP service, but doesn’t include SLA.
Q4. What are the limitation for GCP Free Trial?
There are limitation for GCP Tree Trial:
Detail information, please contact CloudMile at email@example.com.
Q5. How does “Upgraded Billing Account” work?
After 12 months of GCP Free Trial, your service will be put on hold until you upgrade to paid account. Please note that, your $300 free credits won’t be stored into your account if you upgrade to paid account before the trial ends.
Q1. What is a Billing Account?
Billing Account is an account when you open a project under GCP. Google or GCP partners will charge you according to your billing account. You can use the Google Cloud Platform Console to manage your GCP billing account. From the console, you can update account settings such as payment methods and administrative contacts. Or you can use the console to set budgets and alerts, view your payment history, and to export billing data. Only the account owner, Billing Administrator and Project Owner, have the authority to move your Billing Account to GCP partners’.
Q2. Will it affect my project files by moving to a new Billing Account?
Transferring your GCP Billing Account under CloudMile won’t affect your project files at all. We even leave you the choice of which GCP Billing Account you would like to transfer to CloudMile.
Q3. Problems might encounter after moving to a new Billing Account.
Moving to a new GCP Billing Account only means the paying account changed. There won’t be any change to your project files on GCP.
Q4. According to our purchase procedure, we will require Quotation. Can CloudMile offers?
CloudMile will provide a detailed quotation with lists of services and partnerships. Please contact CloudMile for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org.