Google has just announced that it has secured a free certificate from the world’s largest internet service provider.
Google says it is offering a free three-year SSL certificate to anyone who requests it through its Google Cloud Platform portal.
The free certificate, which is being offered for free, is the first ever from Google and it will be valid for a year.
Google is also launching a free tier of Google Cloud Express for new customers, allowing them to deploy their own private cloud services, which can be used to access GCS.
Google Cloud Express is a paid subscription that lets you use Google Cloud services on an unlimited number of computers.
It is also designed to give existing Google Cloud customers more flexibility to deploy and use Google services in the future.
Google said in a blog post that the new certificate will enable new services and new users to easily deploy their private cloud applications.
Google said it has already received a number of requests for free certificates from users in its Cloud platform, with the most recent being from the company’s data centres in Germany.
Google announced the new certificates at a press event in Berlin on Tuesday.
Google Cloud Enterprise customers will be able to deploy GCS on top of their existing private cloud offering.