Cloud Ace has been working in partnership with Google for more than 10 years. Since Day One, it has been our goal to inform businesses about the powerful resources and services provided by Google Cloud Platform and help them take advantage.
We’ve worked together with dozens of clients and engaged in numerous projects, supporting them through consultation, migration, development and in many other ways. Take a look and see for yourself how we work with our customers to help them leverage the power of the cloud.
operates popular high traffic websites in Japan with over 10 million monthly visitors.
By successfully migrating two high traffic websites to Google Cloud Platform MANTAN was able to run them in a stable and reliable environment while driving down costs.
develops smartphone services in a broad range of fields.
Using Google Cloud Platform's Firebase services, and with our support, they developed a Baseball Live Scores app with realtime capabilites in less than 2.5 months.
provides an IoT PaaS service for the energy sector which is built on Google Cloud Platform.
By running their service on Google Cloud Platform, Kyocera is able to handle an increasingly large amount of data and effectively analyze all of it with BigQuery.
provides a real-time game analytics service running on Google Cloud Platform.
With Cloud Ace's technical support and Partner Billing StarGarage was able to develop and launch their service smoothly and utilize GCP's real-time capabilities.
provides a website visitor analytics tool running on Google Cloud Platform.
With Cloud Ace's technical and development support Leading Solutions was able to develop and run their analytics toon on GCP and utilize Google's bid data capabilities.
plans, develops & operates online game apps.
Since it is hard to predict when an online games becomes popular and traffic increases, Five Stars Game decided to develop and run their game on GCP for its cost efficiency and scaling capabilities.
is a Singapore based consultancy firm.
The organization used webmail that was difficult to monitor when employees moved on. It was less secure as it was prone to hacking and impersonation and the company experienced an email security breach.