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HI TEAM I HAVE VERY INNOVATIVE IDEA WHICH PROPOSE TO DEVELOP APPLICATION IDEA AS FIND MY SEVEN FACES . ME PERSONNALY RESEARCH ON THIS TOPIC FROM 5 YEARS I GOT TREMENDOUS RESULT. THE WE JUST KNOW WE HAVE SEVEN FACES BUT IN REALITY NO KNOW STILL. B COZ NO ONE GOING LIKE THIS WAY WHEN I RESEARCHING THIS TOPIC I REALISE IT IS POSSIBLE BCOZ GOD HAVE GREAT MANAGEMENT TO RUN HUMAN FACE RECRUITMENT DO KNOW WHO SAID THERE ARE SEVEN FACES IN THE WORLD ITS MICHAEL SAHEEN WHO RESEARCH NUOROBIOLOGY AND BAHAVIOR AND HE SAYS THAT AFTER 1 BILLION DNA WILL BE REPEAT AND FOR THIS HE GIVING CARD PLAYING EXAMPLE WHICH IS IF YOU SPIN THE CARDS ONCE AND SEQUENCE OF CARD WILL BE SAME AFTER YOU SPIN IT 1 BILLION TIMES AND WORLD KNOWS ABOUT IT IF WE WANT REVEAL THIS SECRET THEN THIS APP NEED 5 BILION FACES I KNOW IT IS REALLY VERY HARD TASK I DONT IS IT POSSIBLE BUT I HAVE 3 TOPIC TO EXPLAIN YOUUNIQUENESS WITH PERSONAL INTEREST - WHEN I SAY FIND MY SEVEN FACES I NO NEED TO GIVE YOU ANY EXPLANATION AND I
Hi All,I am trying to upload PDF files (few hundred pages each) with different structures and annotate them using in the UI, I've used the provided tool to get a JSONL for my first file. however, every time I provide the URL and try to import the data I receive the below error, I also noticed that the JSONL file has a very small size. I would extremely grateful if someone could guide me toward a solution or provide pertinent resources.Thanks a lot.
Recently I set up a Partner Interconnect with third party.But, I needed to set up a “DMZ” in order to keep it safe…Unless the GKE pod subnet should be advertised on BGP (for connection stablishment between peer network and cluster network)How many of you have overcame this with DMZ approach?
Prometheus is the standard for open source monitoring on Kubernetes, but managing it at scale can be challenging.Google just launched Google Cloud's managed service for Prometheus to monitor your GKE workloads without having to manually manage Prometheus at scale.I’m happy to share with you some resources I found interesting for those who want to know more about this new managed service.Getting started with Managed Service for Prometheus: Ingestion with the great @YuriGrinshteyn, I love how he explains complex topics! Other resourcesGoogle Cloud Managed Service for Prometheus Get started with managed collection Get started with self-deployed collection
The DevOps revolution is coming! Deep business integration is right around the corner for all cloud users.According to Silicon Angle, ...Relying on AWS to take care of the hard work behind the scenes, the startups can “focus on the fun part … which is listening to customers and building up an awesome business...” Those of us who are more GCP focused: are you also starting to focus on the fun part of the cloud revolution?
Hello --We have a legacy process, built on Windows, which I’m trying to figure out how to migrate to a GCP service. I’m not sure what GCP process would be best to use and hoping the community here can point me in the right direction.It essentially calls an API which generates a CSV report, then downloads it.The process connects to a WCF-based service via https. Currently it does so via a simple app created in .NET, C#, and Visual Studio. The app is called via batch file with parameters passed toindicate the endpoint/report on the remote server and indicate the folder location on the Windows server to save the CSV fileMy questions areHow can I replicate this process in GCP? Can the CSV files be loaded into a database with add’l attributes (e.g. date of report generation) or do the CSV files need to be stored in a storage bucket?I’m probably missing something but don’t know what I don’t know. Thanks in advance for any help!
Join us tomorrow, Tuesday, March 28th for a chat with @sebastianmorenoe about becoming a Google Cloud Developer.@sebastianmorenoe is working in Google and author of the Book “Google Cloud Certified Professional Cloud Developer Exam Guide: Modernize your applications using cloud-native services and best practices”
If you want to watch something more interesting than the 200th episode of the most recent Netflix tv show, have a look at “Kubernetes, The Documentary” and have a look on how an internal Google tool became one of the most important open source projects. Inspired by the open source success of Docker in 2013 and seeing the need for innovation in the area of large-scale cloud computing, a handful of forward-thinking Google engineers set to work on the container orchestrator that would come to be known as Kubernetes– this new tool would forever change the way the internet is built. Kubernetes: The Documentary [PART 1] Kubernetes: The Documentary [PART 2] Learn more about KubernetesGoogle Kubernetes Engine Kubernetes applications Build the future with Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE)
Photo Credits: BMWWould you like to view the new BMW iX and i4 models in an AR Experience, where you can configure the models, change their colours, accessories, interiors etc? If the answer to the above question is "yes", then chances are you would like to do that using an app that can offer you results in full realism and with great detail! Well, this is where Google Cloud's edge computing technology comes to assist BMW USA. Google Cloud uses interactive streaming that provides a photorealistic AR level of detail for these two vehicles. You can read more about it here and you can visit the BMW USA Portal with your iOS or Android device to experience the BMW iX and i4 in 3D (you will find the link at the bottom of the page).What do you think of the result? Feel free to write your opinion in the comment section! :)In what other areas of the automotive industry have you seen Google Cloud?
Hi,We are an LA startup called Aspy building an AI platform to generate custom mobile and web apps. For the infra we support all major clouds and choose one depending our client’s choice. Some of them of course go on GCP. I’d like to know a a bit more on how we can monetize the consumption since I know if we bring a customer to GCP we get rewarded based on how much they use. Let me know if you have some info around this.Regards,Tooraj
Dear Anyone.I’m new to Google Web Designer and website design in general, making one for a friend and learning on-the-fly! So there might be a couple of stoopid questions along the way - this one’s totally cringeworthy.I’ve setup a page in Google Web Designer. I’ve CTRL:-S saved it. Clicked on the X to close the program down so I can do something else - and it’s asking “There are unsaved changes in your work. Do you really want to exit?” So I chose “SAVE” from the menu, went to exit again and got exactly the same question from the program.Why’s it telling me I’ve not saved stuff when I just chose SAVE twice? I’ve even tried SAVE AS and given it a different name for the second version, which is exactly the same as the first, just to see if that made a difference. It doesn’t. I’m still being told there’s unsaved changes in my work.I’ve got to close out of it now anyway because I’ve not got the world’s most powerful computer - most people will have more powerful I-phones these days, I
Hi everyone!Here's a question: We want to move our AppEngine service from being manually scalable to being auto scalable. By doing this, we found that, when there's not enough traffic to our app, the instances are moved to sleep mode. We tried to avoid this behavior and still get auto scaling by having a cronjob that pings our server every certain minutes, just as a "keep alive" solution to this problem. Is this the correct solution to avoid having sleep mode instances, and always have at least 1 active instance, or is there a better option ? Thanks!
Hi everyone!Next Tuesday, our friends from Dataflix will be joining our Coffee Chat to talk about Enhancing Customer Service with Conversation AI on Google Cloud.Learn how organizations can improve customer experience while reducing operational cost using Conversation AI platforms like Dialogflow on Google Cloud. Speaker: Partha Singamaneni, VP of Products & Solutions at Dataflix Looking forward to seeing you all there! We’ll have time for questions and discussion.Alex
You’re invited to DevOps Cloud Days! Industry leaders from Google and JFrog will gather online to illuminate best practices for cloud native DevOps, serverless technologies, security and compliance, and DevSecOps. DevOps Cloud Days ‘22| Google Cloud | Americas January 19, | 9:00 am - 2:00 pm PSTEMEA January 26, | 9:00 am - 2:00 pm CETRegister Here
We will start a new year and a new C2C Connect Coffee Chat series for Applications and Devops with it. Join this recurrent event once a week to meet other people interested in Applications and Devops on Google Cloud.What is the C2C Connect: Applications and Devops Coffee Chat?These Coffee Chats are informal meetings designed to bring Google Cloud customers a place to meet, casually interact, and share knowledge with other users.How many Chats do I need to attend?You can assist as many Coffee Chats as you want. Some members use it sporadically to show and exchange information with others, and other members use it as a regular place to gain and share knowledge and network.How can I get the most of these events?There is always something to comment or talk about in the Coffee Chats, but coming prepared with something to share is the best strategy. Use this forum (look for the new topic button on the top-right) to post doubts, questions, or share a story in advance, so other people know how
In the following article you can read the results of this comparison from @guillaume blaquiere https://medium.com/google-cloud/cloud-run-and-cloud-functions-does-the-region-change-the-performances-b967e5cee0cc Have you checked the performance difference between the two? Or among any other Google Cloud Technology? If so, can you share it with us? Either way, what do you think of the above comparison?
Six weeks ago, the Google Cloud serverless team released many of the original App Engine APIs/bundled services for most of the second-generation runtimes (Python 3, Java 11, Go 1.12+), and PHP 7 is next! To ensure product readiness for customer workloads, we're seeking App Engine app developers ready to upgrade their apps to PHP 7. Here is a chart illustrating the available services (Datastore, Memcache, Task Queues, URLfetch, Mail, Users):Please sign-up at this form to request access to the private preview program. After registering, we will grant access to the private preview, its documentation, and the announcements mailing list. For more information, see this thread in the App Engine Subreddit.
Hey Folks! This embedded video, created by Ryan Matsumoto (Developer Advocate), was originally published on the Google Cloud Tech YouTube Channel as part of the Exploring Cloud Shell Editor series. Cloud Code is a set of IDE plug-ins that help you stay productive when developing cloud-native applications. In this episode of Exploring Cloud Shell Editor, we demo how you can extend your application to use other Google Cloud APIs with Cloud Shell’s Cloud Code integration capability. Watch to learn how you can easily integrate a new Google Cloud API into your project!Get started with the Translation API from Cloud Shell Editor → https://goo.gle/translation-api-tutorial
Hi everyone,Tomorrow our weekly event C2C Connect: Applications and DevOps, will be about GitOps! Gather around other folks that have used this technique to store IaaC in a Git repository and share experiences!.Bring your experiences and knowledge with GitOps, or just join us to learn more about the methodology from other community members. Here’s a quick tip from my desk:If you think having your app code in Git repositories with cloudbuild as CI/CD is cool, try adding to that by storing your Infrastructure as code also in git repositories to embrace the full power of CI/CD! Check out the workflow below:GitOps-style continuous delivery with Cloud BuildSee you there!C2C Connect Coffee Chats are informal meetings with peers to talk about Google Cloud technologies and how they can be applied to build different projects!. This series of 30 minutes meet keep going on a weekly basis so join anytime to jump into the conversation.
Hey! Good Morning AppDev Group! Wake up with C2C is a new offering where community members can spend 30 minutes every Tuesday at 10 am CST discussing recent AppDev headlines and share their current projects. You supply the coffee, we’ll bring the conversation. Please register for the event and use the link in the invite!
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