Google Cloud is a suite of cloud-based products and services from Google Inc. that provide compute, storage, networking, and other resources.
You can access Google Cloud through the Google Cloud Platform Console, the Google Cloud Shell, or the gcloud command-line tool.
The Google Cloud Platform Console provides a user-friendly interface for managing your accounts and projects, as well as deploying and managing applications on Google Cloud. The Cloud Shell allows you to run shell commands on Google Cloud servers, and the gcloud command-line tool lets you perform common operations on Google Cloud resources.
Accessing Google Cloud can be difficult and time-consuming. Make sure you have the proper credentials and permissions before attempting to access it.
To access Google Cloud, you need a Google account and a Google Cloud Platform account. You can create a Google account by visiting google.com and clicking the Create an Account link. You can create a Google Cloud Platform account by visiting https://console.
cloud.google.com/. After you create your account, you can use the provided credentials to access Google Cloud.
Google provides free usage of Google Cloud Platform for up to 5 million objects per month. To use more resources, you can purchase credits or use a service such as the Compute Engine or Cloud Storage products.