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Google Cloud Ground SchoolMay 18-19Presented by SADA & Google CloudDive deep into Google Cloud with 2 days of immersive content, speakers, and Google Cloud superstars.Learn more and register nowYOUR CLOUD JOURNEY STARTS HERETurn your best ideas into reality with the Google Cloud ecosystem. This deep dive into Google Cloud includes two days of sessions hosted by cloud industry leaders from SADA, Google, our joint customers, and alliance partners.What is included?You'll get a comprehensive tour of the Google Cloud ecosystem, exploring key components, underlying engineering philosophy, specific use cases, and the unique benefits of Google Cloud innovations.Who is presenting?Sessions are hosted by Google Cloud experts, including Google engineers, SADA engineers with first-hand experience leading successful implementations, and specialists from partner organizations. With a track record of empowering organizations to quickly transition to the cloud, our experts will provide actionable i
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!
Google announced the “Professional Cloud Database Engineer BETA” exam. This certification is for those professionals who constructs, administer and troubleshoot Google Cloud databases that are utilized to store and retrieve data by applications.You can go to the official page to know more about this certification atProfessional Cloud Database Engineer BETA
Information Week recently invited C2C Global President Josh Berman (@josh.berman) to contribute an article about the shared roles of businesses and cloud service providers in ensuring cloud security. For broader perspective on this critical topic, Berman spoke with Paul Lewis, CTO of Pythian, a C2C Foundational Platinum Partner and Google Cloud Premier Partner, about the nuanced distinction between “Security of the Cloud” and “Security in the Cloud.”Read more about it in the following article:
I know cloud is the future, I have recently started getting certified in cloud, I have got certified in some azure fundamentals. I have plans to get certified in GCP too , but waiting for a opportunity like this one :) Recently I came to know that C2C is big GCP community. The event was very interesting, Keeping your business websites up online is a great hard work and knowing how the team SREs do this 24×7 is indeed interesting.I have already heard about SRE online, but I wasn't sure what really does a SRE do in daily job. This event helped me to know more about SRE.Some interesting points:- 2500 SREs are behind google systems.- Have multiple versions of your apps for availability.In the event I asked a question to Alexis about what would happen if we run out of error budget.Finally I didn't do networking with other attendees, but I am free to connect and discuss. :)Thanks for great webinar.
Hi- I just attended a Vertex Ai demo which was useful, many thanksI was wondering if someone could let me know the complete list of models that are included in the “model zoo” that AutoML Tables looks at when generating the ‘best model’?thanks in advancePiers(Druva Reddy)
Data Cloud Summit is around the corner!Have you registered? If not, click on this link.Join the Google Data Cloud Summit to gain insights from technology leaders and data professionals to capitalize on the next wave of data solutions. Discover how you and your organization can make smarter decisions and solve complex challenges with key innovations in AI, machine learning, analytics, and databases.Register today for this digital event.Located in EMEA (Europe, Middle East, Africa)? Visit the EMEA page to view summit events in your time zone and for captioning in your local language. @selavia will be here with us before - during and after the event. She will cycle the technologies that will be announced at the Data Summit.So, stay tuned!
Hi EveryoneWe are organizing a LinkedIn Live session on Big Data Essentials Big Data enables business to identify trends and patterns that may be used in the future. It can assist in identifying which clients are most likely to purchase items or in optimizing marketing campaigns by determining which advertising methods have the best return on investment.In this live session, we will walk you through what is big data, why big data and the data transformation vision for the organization.Event Registration Link: https://www.linkedin.com/video/event/urn:li:ugcPost:6914839113682624512/Event Date: 31March,2022Event Timing: 4:30PM-5:30PM IST
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”
This Tuesday, March 28 we will have a more “Hands-on” approach in our Coffee Chat were we will be walking step by step into a Qwiklab called “Creating a Data Transformation Pipeline with Cloud Dataprep” with the help of one of our community members @MarkusK.Join us to just watch or actively participate in the chat and share!And remember you can join each Tuesday at the same time for an informal discussion about GCP
Build in-demand technical skills and learn how cloud can transform your business faster at this free two day training event. Explore the latest technology through hands-on labs and demos while boosting your expertise through sessions on Google Cloud Fundamentals, App & Infrastructure Modernisation, Smart Analytics and ML.Learn from industry experts and real-world use cases, test yourself with new skills, and network live with Google Cloud engineers and the cloud community. Learn to build better, faster.
Hi Everyone! I’d like to invite you to join us at the Google Data Cloud Summit on April 6, 2022! Register today and hear from technology leaders and data professionals about all of the innovations happening in AI, machine learning, analytics, and databases at Google.
Hi team, I running this simple apt -get update command while doing SSH in my compute engine instance, I get following error -root@iot-device-simulator:~# sudo apt-get update;Err:1 https://deb.debian.org/debian buster InRelease Could not connect to debian.map.fastly.net:443 (22.214.171.124), connection timed out Unable to connect to deb.debian.org:https:Err:2 https://deb.debian.org/debian buster-updates InRelease Unable to connect to deb.debian.org:https:Err:3 https://deb.debian.org/debian buster-backports InRelease Unable to connect to deb.debian.org:https:Err:4 https://security.debian.org/debian-security buster/updates InRelease
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)
Hello, I am hosting a ecommerce application here on google cloud. All is well to an extent with my current situation. I have a single application load balanced with two stores. I have three instance groups:Store 1 Store 2 Admin(for running cron jobs and consumers)My primary region is us-central1. My CloudSQL(MySQL 8.0) is in the same region. I also have a managed Redis setup who is in the same region. Each instance group has one instance in the same regions. Whenever I create an instance group in say, us-west1 and add that backend to my load balancer. Traffic is extremely slow for connections that hit that server. My assumption was a highly available load balancer would properly route traffic to the closest resources for optimal performance. I guess I’m missing something here. I noticed when I created a CloudSQL private IP, it created a VPC peer group(servicenetworking-googleapis-com). It only included two inbound routes for us-central1, not for us-west1 as well. See screenshot: https
Hi all,There is an interesting game going on on Google Cloud Skills Boost right now about Bigquery and AI/MLAll you need is an account on Google Cloud Skills Boost to access, you will find more information and the code to access in the following linkhttps://www.cloudskillsboost.google/games/2380Hurry up! the game only last for 2 days!. If you make it to the top post a screenshot here!
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