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Release Date: December 10, 2014
Note: Archived release notes available here.
You can now utilize SSD storage with Google Compute Engine (GCE) instances. SSD is suitable for extreme low latency, high IOPS, and high throughput use cases such as large, high-performance databases.
A Volume Type must now be specified when you create a new Google Volume. A new Volume Type drop-down control includes choices for 'pd-standard', 'pd-ssd', and 'local-ssd' volume types. For additional information on creating Google Volumes, see Create a Google Volume.
For GCE and AWS volumes, you can now specify root volume size at the time of server launch.
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