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Google Cloud libraries are particularly beneficial when developing applications that need to leverage Google Cloud services. These libraries provide simple, programmatic access to Google's cloud-based services like Storage, Compute Engine, BigQuery, and more.
Also, when you need to scale your application or make it more resilient, Google cloud libraries provide conveniences for handling such requirements. For instance, they have built-in mechanisms for load balancing, data replication, and fault tolerance.
Google Cloud Libraries often provide developers with comprehensive SDKs to interact with a wide array of Google Cloud's services. Here's a general array of functionalities found in these libraries:
When using npm, developers can access these services through respective modules, which form a critical part of a highly scalable and resilient application infrastructure.
While Google Cloud Libraries are powerful tools, there are few pitfalls and gotchas developers should be aware of: