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Want a career in cloud, but you don’t have a degree? There are more options than you might believe. Check out this video as Staff Developer Advocate Priyanka Vergadia shares a 4-step path for you to get a job in cloud, as well as answers some frequently asked questions!Here are a few steps from Priyanka to crack a job in cloud computing:1. Understand your cloud path2. Study for a Certification3. Hands on labs4. Build your cloud portfolio
DetailsJoin us for the twenty-second Google Open Source Live event in our series; “Machine Learning Day”!Google Machine Learning experts will share updates on everything from Tools for Responsible Machine Learning, to Using Job Queueing to Optimize for Efficiency of Your Compute Resources.Throughout the event, our speakers will answer selected questions via the Live Q&A Forum. We’ll wrap up the event with an After Party.Event:Machine Learning Day on Google Open Source LiveDate:Thursday, August 4th from 9:00 am - 11:00 am PSTAgenda:9:00 Opening for Machine Learning Day on Google Open Source LiveAlexandra Bush, Head of Open Source Marketing and Community (Google Cloud)Thea Lamkin, Senior Program Manager (Google)9:03 Session 1: Tools for Responsible Machine LearningAmy Wang, Product Manager (Google)Bhaktipriya Radharapu, Software Engineer (Google)Responsible Artificial Intelligence practices should be embedded within each step of the machine learning journey. We'll introduce an open s
Free copy Gartner® names Google as a Leader in the 2021 Magic Quadrant™ for Cloud Database Management Systems
Gartner recognizes Google as a Leader in the 2021 Magic Quadrant for Cloud Database Management Systems (DBMS) for its product Google Cloud Platform. We are honored to be named a Leader and look forward to partnering with you on your digital transformation journey. In this report, we believe you will learn:Why Google Cloud was named a Leader Where the cloud database and analytics market stands and where it’s going How the vendors are evaluated on the various criteria How Google's open data platform supports your data ecosystem Free Copy download from here.
Continuous Integration in GCP Continuous Integration forms the CI of the CI/CD process and at its heart is the culture of submitting smaller units of change frequently. The smaller changes minimize the risk, help to resolve issues quickly, increase development velocity, and provide frequent feedback. At its core, it is about getting feedback early and often, which makes it possible to identify and correct problems early in the development process. With CI, you integrate your work frequently, often multiple times a day, instead of waiting for one complex integration at the end of the day. Each integration is first verified with an automated build, which enables you to detect integration issues as quickly as possible and reduce problems downstream.Some important elements are required to make up the CI process, such as making changes in the code, managing the source code and building the artifacts, and storing the artifacts. Google Cloud has an appropriate service for each of the elements
Dear Community people ,This is Atharva, a new member in the community. I am glad to be here among you wonderful people. Dear Community, I have been associated with a Startup as an Intern where google cloud was used extensively. I would love to get in touch with you people and learn and even would love to work alongside.Looking forward to a positive response .Regards,Atharva Ghodvaidya
Source: official Google Cloud BlogWe have Data Security:at Rest, in-transit & in-useEncryption is a core control for data security, and Google Cloud offers multiple encryption options for the data.@Priyanka Vergadia is shedding some light on each of them in her new articleI would like to hear-read your thoughts on how you secure your data @bngejane, @Ananth@enzonil70 and @Irtaza Ali do you think it is enough for cybersecurity issues?
Speaker: Dan SullivanDan Sullivan is a Principal Data Architect at 4 Mile Analytics. He is a software architect and data scientist with extensive experience in data science, machine learning, and cloud architecture. Dan is the author of the official Google Cloud study guides for the Professional Architect, Professional Data Engineer, and Associate Cloud Engineer certification exams as well as the instructor of over a dozen courses on machine learning, data science, and cloud computing on LinkedIn Learning and Udemy. BigQuery is designed to scale to petabytes of data and efficiently retrieve that data using a full range of SQL queries but things do not always go as planned. Queries may take too long to execute or fail because of insufficient resources. Without an understanding of BigQuery architecture and how to find details about errors it can be difficult to troubleshoot errors. Review on how BigQuery allocates resources and discussion how to use execution details, logs, and informat
🚀 Run your Arm workloads on Google Kubernetes Engine with Tau T2A VMs Earlier today, we announced Google Cloud’s virtual machines (VMs) based on the Arm architecture on Compute Engine. Called Tau T2A, these VMs are the newest addition to the Tau VM family that offers VMs optimized for cost-effective performance for scale-out workloads. We are also thrilled to announce that you can run your containerized workloads on the Arm architecture using GKE. Arm nodes come packed with the key GKE features you love on the x86 architecture, including the ability to run in GKE Autopilot mode for a hands-off experience, or on GKE Standard clusters where you manage your own node pools. See the ‘Key GKE features’ below for more details. 👉 Read further https://cloud.google.com/blog/products/containers-kubernetes/gke-supports-new-arm-based-tau-t2a-vms
Let us introduce you to our DevOps and SRE Moderators: Jennifer Bergstrom.Username: jennworks40Bio:Jenn Bergstrom is a multi-cloud solution architect with experience building cloud native solutions to meet complex customer requirements. She has over 15 years of experience in the software industry, with a focus over the last 5 years on Cloud, DevSecOps, and Chaos Engineering. Jenn enjoys helping others to grow in their knowledge and believes that mentoring is an imperative. Her curiosity and passion for learning has led to recognition as a Parsons Fellow for her cloud expertise and to opportunities to present at international summits and conferences. When not working to grow the community of cloud engineers, Jenn enjoys spending time enjoying nature’s beauty with her husband and two daughters, reading, and creating art.Company: ParsonsJob Title: PARSONS X Senior Technical Director Ahmed Tariq. Username: ahmedtariq1Bio:Ahmed Tariq is an ambitious DevOps Engineer with a keen inter
Google AI and Machine Learning are Transforming Bose Ideas in 1901: "Power of Feeling in Plants". People wondered when Google first time introduce to google AI assistant Google Duplex.Google Duplex, is an AI assistant that can conduct phone calls for you and save you the trouble of human interaction.Then, Google announced that Google Assistant on the Google Home Hub has the ability to talk to plants, in particular, tulips. It was a great wonder for Bose world. That means google shows the world the reality of the Bose statement "Power of feeling in plants" was given by Sir Jagadish Chandra Bose -1901. It is a great implementation of advanced artificial intelligence and machine learning in google tulip.Sir Jagadish Chandra Bose was a pioneering Bangladeshi scientist who demonstrated through experimentation that animals and plants have many similarities. He showed that plants are sensitive to heat, cold, light, noise, and a variety of other external stimuli.Bose devised the crescograph,
Let us introduce you to our AI & ML Moderator: Markus KoyUsername: markuskBio:Markus is the founder of thefluent.me and a Google Build Partner and AI enthusiast based in Vancouver, British Columbia. Markus has 18 years of experience as a Business Analyst, IT Project Manager, IT Consultant, Strategic Controller, and Developer. Born and raised in Germany, Markus immigrated to Canada in 2008. His hobbies include fishing, snowshoeing, and hiking. Fine out more about Markus and thefluent.me here: https://community.c2cglobal.com/product-updates/using-ai-to-improve-spoken-language-fluency-with-markus-koy-founder-of-thefluent-me-1628Company: thefluent.meJob Title: Founder/ Owner Mohammad AlaminUsername: malamin Bio:Mohammad is an AI/ML solutions architect at Aiiotsys. A computer training center has opened in Bangladesh. He was teaching computer skills to everyone. He graduated with honors in Computer Science from the University of Greenwich in London.Company: Aiiotsys.Job Titl
On our computer I have 3 google email addresses. In two of those whenever I open a document and go to print it out there is no icon to allow me to print. What I get is at the top of the page in the center it asks me to open the report usually a pdf with google docs. This does not work for me as what ends up printing out is information that does not follow the formatting.What I would like to know is how do I shut that option off. I know it is some where in the settings but I do not have any idea where to look.A little background the first email address is my personal G mail account. When I go to print an attachment I have the open with google docs in the center of the page but than in the upper right hand corner I have an icon that allows me to print the document.With the second email address there is no icon in the upper right corner to allow me to print the document. All that is there is the open with google docs in the center of the page and a pdf symbol in the upper left hand corner
Hi All! In our coffee chat this morning, @Nina Trankova brought this update to everyone’s attention.I wanted to share a bit of a summary that I learned today:@andy.yates mentioned that having all data in the EU ensures that it is safer than most (cough, United States, cough) regions.@PrashantB mentioned that India’s regulations are quite strict as well.@alfonsmr admitted that American regulations...being pretty loose...allow for a lot more freedom and you can get to work faster.@ChristianNewman informed us that data is always constantly crossing oceans anyways. It is just where your data is at rest that is the key here.
Dear Team,I’ve installed the managed prometheus setup and trying to setup the promethus and grafana but while executing the port forwarding command to 3000 getting the port is already in use which is cloud shell service is running on that. How do I moved the cloud shell service on different port.
Hi,We are building an open source Data Observability tool dqo.ai and we wondering what kind of data quality issues we should focus on. So far we are able to monitor timeliness (if the data is fresh), validity (values in columns not meeting requirements), consistency (anomalies how the number of rows is growing over time), uniqueness.I will appreciate the feedback about the typical data quality issues that are worth continuous monitoring.The code is open source on github: https://github.com/dqoai/dqo Best Regards, Piotr