We usually host our blogs on shared hosting providers. These service providers use same shared space and IP for hundreds of blogs and websites.
Are there any chances that Google considers such shared IPs a less valuable? Instead they give more importance to sites and blogs hosted on Google Cloud services, they consider it as one of the secret ranking factors and assign more favor in SEO rankings? I am not able to find any supporting documents on this argument.
However, I recall that Google+ was not becoming as popular as FB so Google started considering Google+ profile as one of the ranking factors.
So could similar logic applicable for Google Cloud Hosting? Not sure exactly.