Google Cloud Platform Bends to Regulation at SLA Level

The company has taken a tailored approach to outsourcing contracts as increased scrutiny demands portability and audit rights from cloud service providers.

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As financial regulators bring cloud providers under increasing scrutiny, Google Cloud Platform (GCP) is taking an industry-specific approach to service-level agreements, GCP’s vice president of engineering has said.

“Regulators care about what kinds of contracts these banks are signing,” Suzanne Frey said at the Google Next conference in London, in response to a question from WatersTechnology.

Frey said Google Cloud has taken a “multi-pronged” approach to its service-level agreements to make

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