Is machine learning the ace in Google’s cloud pocket?

News: New tool Stackdriver will support cloud monitoring for Google and AWS but leaves out Microsoft Azure. Google’s mission to catch up with Microsoft Azure and AWS in the public cloud has taken on a new machine learning driven shape. The company, which has been busy integrating machine learning into a range of its products and services, used its cloud developer conference in San Francisco to unveil more offerings and put even more ML in its cloud. Eric Schmidt, chairman of Alphabet, said: “This platform is not the end; it’s the bottom. There’s something above it. And that something is machine learning.” The underlying idea is that Alphabet can differentiate the Google Cloud Platform by going big on machine learning, something that it may believe that AWS and Azure don’t…


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