Identity and Access Management (IAM) enables administrators to control the usage of resources and administrators can decide who takes action on which resources. IAM is one of the most important aspect and feature of Google cloud.
When you build an application, security comes under your responsibility. Physical security of the hardware, network integrity and securing the content present in the application, all these aspects are your factors of concern. But When you move an application to Google Cloud Platform, Google takes up much of your work by handling many lower layers of security.
About 12 years ago, Google realized that its growth and business couldn’t move fast enough due to its confined virtualization model.
Hence, Google created a container-based architecture which is fully automated, an elastic cloud, that consists of services which configure and provide the infrastructure required for running the applications automatically.
With a belief that in this competitive world where technology is reaching new heights day by day, every top-notch company will stand out of the league in terms of advancement of technology, that’s why it invested billions of dollars on this technology popularly known as ‘Google Cloud’ today.