Getting Started on Google Cloud
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Hi Everyone, I have a standard GKE cluster deployed, i can see the logs on argocd and also when I use kubectl logs I can see the logs, but I can’t see the logs on logs explorer.- The cluster SA has all the required logging permission- The oauth scopes of the nodes has all the logging and monitoring permission - the cloud logging API is enabled.I have done all this setting but still the logs explorer shows no data found, but I do have the same setting in another project and this works totally fine.Any Idea what I could be missing.Thank you.
Attention all AI enthusiasts! Google has recently released an incredible opportunity to dive into the world of Generative AI. And the best part? It's 100% free! This learning path consists of nine courses that cover everything from the basics of Generative AI to creating your own Image Captioning Models. You'll even learn about responsible AI practices along the way. Don't miss out on this chance to expand your knowledge and skills. Check out the link to all courses here:https://www.cloudskillsboost.google/paths/118
In recent blog post Priyanka debunked some of the common misconceptions about AI and whether it will replace human jobs. With AI being a hot topic these days, she took the opportunity to address this issue. https://cloud.google.com/blog/products/ai-machine-learning/how-ai-impacts-software-development Are there any other myths about AI that were overlooked? Let's continue the conversation in comments section.
Are you feeling overwhelmed by all the news and discussions in the Google Cloud world?Forrest Brazeal, Head of Developer Media at Google Cloud, is the author of a weekly newsletter called "The Overwhelmed Person's Guide to Google Cloud" that explains the biggest news and most interesting discussions in the Google Cloud world. Join the free Google Cloud Innovators program to receive this newsletter. The Innovators program gives developers and practitioners the latest updates, access to technologies and expertise, and exclusive benefits to build your skills on Google Cloud.Here is the link: https://cloud.google.com/innovatorsHappy reading!
People will get 60 days of hands-on access to the entire Google Cloud Skills Boost learning platform, where they can complete hands-on tasks.- 60-day free access to the Google Cloud platform- badges to confirm your qualification and to add to your resume- reward for earned badges- free vouchers for Google Cloud certificationProgram start date from 1st February to 1st April 2023 on Ukranian language. https://rsvp.withgoogle.com/events/grow-your-career-with-google-cloud/aboutHere is a list of labs: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1ajvQ9Tfmu3uU12MoE0Rkp5pStKIzcVSW/view?usp=share_link
Looking for a fun and interactive way to learn about cloud computing? Look no further than Google Cloud's Arcade! This exciting platform allows you to play games while also gaining valuable knowledge about cloud computing.https://go.qwiklabs.com/arcadeYou'll have the opportunity to test your skills and knowledge with a variety of games, all designed to help you understand cloud computing concepts in a fun and engaging way. And with the chance to win prizes, there's even more motivation to keep playing and learning.https://m.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLYx9Jx5nax9uxX7fOhufFf7gkXyS76tbhSo don't miss out on this opportunity to level up your cloud computing knowledge while enjoying some exciting games. Start playing Arcade today!
Google has opened registration for the third cohort of its free training program on cloud technologies, with a focus on DevOps and Cloud Architecture for Ukraine. The program, called "Google Cloud Training and Certification for DevOps and Cloud Architect Professionals," aims to help participants develop the skills needed to build and manage cloud-based solutions.The program consists of a series of online courses, labs, and quizzes that cover a range of topics related to cloud computing, including infrastructure as code, containerization, continuous integration and delivery, and cloud architecture. Participants will also have access to a community of experts and mentors who can provide guidance and support throughout the program.People will get 60 days of hands-on access to the entire Google Cloud Skills Boost learning platform, where they can complete hands-on tasks.- 60-day free access to the Google Cloud platform- badges to confirm your qualification and to add to your resume- reward
My name is Simon Short and one of the founders of Evacado.co.uk we are trying to make current EV chargers smarter and need some advice on connecting a IOT device to the cloud and what architecture structure would be best to receive data and send commands to the IOT device. Any links or opinions would be awesome.PS I am a newbie so go easy on me.
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Hi I’m completely new to cloud computing so a bit out of my comfort zone. Ive got 500$ in credits but VM’s are so expensive! But I’m tired of running a mac M1 (worst purchase of my life), and my pi 400 just won’t cut it for Machine Learning.I have several projects that I’d like to get on, most of them are ML/AI related, alot of them are simple landing pages to collect potential customer base. Some of them ar just personal projects requiring AI and some not (like a trading bot).Can anyone guide me to a Where do I start flowchart or something. Or free tutorials other than the ones in GCP? Any advice other than this would be greatly appreciated also!Thanks people!Sam
Gain an understanding of how to initiate your journey with Google Kubernetes Engine. You will be guided through the process of creating a cluster on Google Kubernetes Engine, deploying your first application, and discovering the potential of Kubernetes to manage the deployment of your app across your Google Cloud infrastructure.This Thursday, 30th March:https://cloudonair.withgoogle.com/events/cloud-onboard-started-google-kubernetes-engine
convert this C# code into ruby require 'securerandom'require 'uri'require 'base64'require 'openssl'require 'digest'class InboundPftPopTokenValidator < InboundJwtTokenValidatorBase TokenSignerCacheSize = 500 def initialize(clientTokenData, monitoringApi, authConfiguration, actorTokenValidator, accessTokenValidator, incomingMethod, incomingUri) super(clientTokenData, monitoringApi, authConfiguration, 'InboundPftPopTokenValidator', validateClientId: false) @clientTokenData = clientTokenData @actorTokenValidator = actorTokenValidator @accessTokenValidator = accessTokenValidator @incomingMethod = incomingMethod @incomingUri = incomingUri @actorTokenData = InboundJwtActorTokenData.Parse(ClientTokenData.PftPopJwtTokenData.Payload.ActorToken, monitoringApi, out _) @accessTokenData = InboundJwtTokenData.Parse(ClientTokenData.PftPopJwtTokenData.Payload.AccessTokenAad, monitoringApi, out _) @acceptedAudCollection = get_pft_audience_collection(tokenValidationError)
Are you struggling with cost optimization? Don't worry, here is a Google expert, who will share some recommendations on how you can optimize cost:Click on the video below to watch it in detail: Cost optimization recommendationsBelow is an overview of the primary recommendations to optimize your networking, compute, and storage costs. NetworkingUse Cloud CDN/Media CDN to reduce traffic volume Avoid cross-region data processing Route intra-zone traffic through internal IPs Compress data output prior to egress Use VPC Flow Logs to observe traffic Understand distributed vs. central tradeoffsLearn more:Cloud Architecture Center: Optimize networking costReview network pricing informationReview best practices for networking cost optimizationComputeUnderstand the billing model Analyze resource consumption Reclaim idle resources Scale capacity based on demand Select the optimal VM family and size for your workload Apply Google discounts to your workload Understand and evaluate licensing options
Hi Expert, I have provisioned GKE private clusters using Cloud Build and Terraform and I would like to validate the Build Architecture that I am setting up.Could you please tell me what is the Google recommend approach to deploy helm charts? using Cloud Build through a VPN connection (as described here: https://cloud.google.com/architecture/accessing-private-gke-clusters-with-cloud-build-private-pools) or using Cloud Deploy? https://cloud.google.com/deploy/docs/overview - Using a VPN between Cloud Build and GKE seems to be mandatory and I am not really fan of this. Is the Artifact Repository able to pass through official docker images since I want to make sure that all images have been analyzed? I haven’t seen the option yet and I am afraid having to implement a third-party solution.Best Regards,Ludovic
Hello All 👋, I would like to share free udemy course to get started with Google Cloud basics. Especially if you are planning to get certified, knowing the basic GCP services are important. Below are few resources:Google Cloud Skills Boost:https://www.cloudskillsboost.google/paths/9?utm_source=google&utm_medium=blog&utm_campaign=NewYearNewSkillsJan2023https://www.cloudskillsboost.google/course_templates/60Qwik labs:https://go.qwiklabs.com/gwgUdacity:https://www.udacity.com/course/google-cloud-digital-leader-training--ud301Udemy:https://www.udemy.com/topic/google-cloud/free/Other:https://medium.com/javarevisited/7-free-courses-to-learn-google-cloud-platform-for-beginners-cbb260fbd8e4https://www.simplilearn.com/learn-google-cloud-platform-fundamentals-free-course-skillup Many to choose ? 😊 Do you know other resources ?
My name is Chris Willis and I’m an Application Modernization Customer Engineer with Google Cloud in San Diego! My team is hosting a kickoff event for the Google Cloud San Diego Community Meetup on 02/23 at the San Diego office! Please sign up here if you're interested.A little about the event:We'll typically meet on the last Thursday of every month from 5-6:30 at the Google office in San Diego Every other event will be a social event intended for us to connect and share our passion for technology Events in between socials will typically have a speaker from the community/Google that will cover a topic or guide us through tinkering with a certain technology Every event will have food and drinks!Looking forward to seeing you there!
👋 Hey Google Cloud learners! We need your feedback on your experience with Google Cloud learning & certification content which will be used to guide future product enhancements.In particular, we are looking to understand:👉 What Google Cloud learning content have you explored?👉 What is missing?👉 What feedback do you have for the Cloud learning team?If you’d like to participate in the user study and provide us feedback, please fill out this form by January 17, 2023. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSd_rHu3z9fS255ibXtk8G_JgjWcj3V2vU2mmnQ6qvCsPlF4IA/viewform
Hi All,I wanted to ask if any of you as C2C community members who are multi-cloud with AWS had a chance to attend re:invent 2022 this year just a few weeks ago (either virtual or in-person & paid for a ticket)? I’m curious about your experience post-pandemic at the event, how it was different from this year vs. prior years if you have gone to more than one re:invent, as well as what value AWS offers that Google Cloud Next has not done as well that is a catalyst for you to attend (and that Google should consider for 2023+? i.e. hands-on workshops, training, certification, leadership & team training, expert content, beginner content, roadmap sneak peek sessions, etc.)Any and & all thoughts or feedback welcome. Trying to design the most valuable experience possible for Next ‘23 & your input is priceless in that process!
I’m trying to create a cloud function to create a thumbnail image from a video uploaded to Firebase storage and save the thumbnail image as a .PNG with the same name as the video and in the same folder in Firebase.I’ve tried several different solutions without any luck.Create thumbnail of video in Firebase cloud functions Google cloud function to generate thumbnail from videoIs there anyone that could lend a hand pointing me in the right direction on how to achieve this? Thanks in advance.
APIs are a glue between legacy and modern services, they are the external interface to customers and partners and even Google Cloud products! This makes managing APIs a key thing to think about in development cycle. Check out API management in the Google Cloud using Apigee!Here is Priyanka Vergadia, Lead Developer Advocate, Google Cloud blog that goes into api sketch and more:https://cloud.google.com/blog/topics/developers-practitioners/api-management-google-cloud
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