The Google Cloud Platform is basically a public cloud-based engine, a service provided to customers based on information using service components.
With the public cloud, you can use its resources to deliver applications that you create and reach a wider customer base. Although Google offers virtual hosting services that are similar and compete with Amazon Web Services, its core service model is based on the development and delivery of more sophisticated, packaging applications.
The GCP strategy to compete in price is to offer discounts for long-term use, personal use, and special use. At present, GCP’s main primary users appear to be companies – small, medium, or large – that are in harmony with modern application models and need more cost-effective and efficient ways to use them.