For you have ever used a service offered by Google whether Cloud, Hosting or any other, you must be knowing why the above (WordPress) is one of those questions which many webmasters and other site owners ask themselves.
Having a website or an application hosted on Google cloud means more than a thing for example guaranteed uptime and speeds, which can be best for any WordPress site. I have never seen any Google product assuming they run on the same servers spend more than a number of minutes off – unless they do when I am not online. But how can one get this free cloud hosting service?
Sometime back, a friend told me that he was using the same service. He owns a custom domain name blog which is hosted free by Blogger. And he too has a cabinet file host site which he uses for share files. He too has an application running on App engine. He shares how all of these fall under the cloud-hosting by Google, something which am not so sure of. And if they are, how about on WordPress? How is it possible?
Of course, both Blogger, the file cabinet file and his application are powered by the same provider but, are they hosted on Cloud-servers? I know that it isn’t me alone trying to find this out since if given an opportunity, of course I will use it and export my sites to the speedy grid but when?
I have searched and read many articles about using the service on WordPress from sites like Stack exchange and others. But the answers I get seem not to help out. Most of them mention about using the service like one can on any other webhosting provider with a top level domain name being impossible well as it may be for the sub domain.
All I know is that one can use Blogger, Google-Sites, App Engine (trial if not wanting to pay) and others like YouTube to reach a goal or target but not using cloud.
Do you know how exactly one can have his or her site hosted directly on cloud-storage? Please share using the comment form below.