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Hi There!We've come across a challenge using an internal HTTP load balancer (L7) and could use some advice.We're working on a project in Canada that requires GPUs (which GCP does not offer in Canada). Our Cloud Run project needs to stay in Canada due to speed/latency and data laws, however, this is forcing us to use VMs (GCE) in the US to gain access to GPUs.We want to internal load balance (HTTP) on our VPC (Cloud Run as the client in the Canada region and GCE+GPUs as the backend in a US region), but this doesn't seem possible. It appears the only way to load balance across regions is to use a TCP load balancer, which doesn't work as well (doesn't allow us to scale on metrics like number of requests or requests/second).We've considered setting up an Nginx proxy and other types of proxies that would allow us to cross regions, but it would be so much easier to use a GCP-native solution that autoscales.Any suggestions?Thanks!
Learn new skills, earn badges, and win prizes with the newest #LearnToEarnCloud challenge.Check the video: https://lnkd.in/d3imG9itRegister below:https://go.qwiklabs.com/learn-to-earn?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=video&utm_campaign=l2e3 Great opportunity to learn and win cool prizes. 😊
We started a great chat last week with our Workspace Admins from Australia. We discussed all the security announcements with our C2C member Jesse Nowlin also!We’ll be sharing a recap of the Workspace Summit and will discuss the main announcements from the first ever Workspace Summit over a coffee Wednesday 8-June (North America)Thursday 9-June (APAC)Book your spot !
It’s now GA! General availability of the PostgreSQL interface for Cloud Spanner. The PostgreSQL interface is available for no additional cost in all regional and multi-regional Spanner configurations. The PostgreSQL interface is a new way to access Spanner. It combines the familiarity and portability of PostgreSQL with the unmatched scalability and fully managed experience of Spanner. Devops teams that have scaled their databases with brittle sharding or complex replication can now simplify their architecture with Spanner, using the tools and skills they already have. Because it’s PostgreSQL, you can be sure that the schemas and queries you write in Spanner are easily portable. And because it‘s Spanner, you can trust that it will grow with your business and development team. Try it out today using a new granular Spanner instance, starting at $65 USD/month, or as low as $40 USD/month with a three-year commitment. PostgreSQL DDL and DML from psql 👉 Read further on https://cloud.google.c
We are entering 18 scores from a golf score card into an online score card in Google Sheets.After the 1st score is entered into a cell we would like to automatically TAB to the next cell on the right without pressing TAB or anything. Once there we would enter the 2nd score and so on to the end.
In this video, we look at the eight biggest trends in the field of AI and machine learning. We cover the innovations around natural language processing, creative AI, data centric AI, as well as the democratization of AI via simple self-service user interfaces.The question is (What are new innovations in cloud that has revolutionized the implementation of AI?)Press om this link to watch now and discuss on this page - [SITE REMOVED DUE TO MALWARE]
Setting Up Your GCP Foundations Through Terraform — Chapter 2 — Access to GCP, Setting up Billing & Preparing Github
A bit later than promised, but here it is: Setting Up Your GCP Foundations Through Terraform — Chapter 2 — Access to GCP, Setting Up Billing & Preparing Github Coming next week: Deploying your bootstrap project and laying the CI/CD foundations.
Google has released Chrome version 103.0.5060.53 for Windows, Mac, and Linux. This version addresses vulnerabilities that an attacker could exploit to take control of an affected system. CISA encourages users and administrators to review the Chrome Release Note and apply the necessary update. Google Releases Security Updates for Chrome | CISA
Over the last month, I have been spending a lot of time #learning and getting hands-on with #terraform. So I decided to start writing a weekly blog post on how to build a secure #gcp foundation for your application through Terraform. Chapter 1 is live now on #medium - https://medium.com/@goodmanjoel2017/setting-up-your-gcp-foundations-through-terraform-chapter-1-introduction-first-steps-33bd11e949e5
Hey Google Cloud Security Community! Join us for the Google Cloud Security Summit on May 17 to learn from experts, explore the latest tools, and share our vision for the future of security. Discover new ways to define and drive your security strategy and solve for your biggest challenges. During the event, you’ll:Gain insights on how you can move to zero trust architectures, bolster software supply chain security, and defend against ransomware and other emerging threats. Be among the first to explore new products and enhanced capabilities in cloud governance, digital sovereignty and security operations. Uncover innovative approaches from your peers that can help solve your toughest security challenges. Register today for this digital event and view the full agenda now. We look forward to seeing you there!
I’m proud and excited to announce Managecore was named Google Partner of the Year for SAP Specialization. “Based on their certified, repeatable customer success and strong technical capabilities, we’re proud to recognize Managecore as Specialization Partner of the Year - SAP on Google Cloud.”said Nina Harding, Global Chief, Partner Programs and Strategy, Google Cloud Specialization Read the full Managecore announcement >>> https://managecore.com/news/managecore-wins-googlecloud-specialization-partner-of-the-year-sap-on-google-cloud-award/View Google Cloud’s Partner Announcement >>> https://cloud.google.com/blog/topics/partners/google-cloud-announces-2021-partner-of-the-year-awards
I just completed a Qwiklabs demo on Firebase.As a developer, Firebase allows you to create Android, IOS and Web applications easily and quickly, just like WordPress. In this demo, I configured and deployed a chat client application using Firebase. I implemented the following tasks;- Sync data using the Cloud Firestore and Cloud Storage for Firebase.- Authenticate users using Firebase Auth.- Deploy the web app on Firebase Hosting.- Send notifications with Firebase Cloud Messaging.You can try it out on qwiklabs: https://www.qwiklabs.com/focuses/660?parent=catalog#developer #firebase #qwiklabs
We got you covered! Check out @dominikkugelmann’s review all about it: On Wednesday, September 8, Google and a handful of their new and established hardware partners launched a new round of Series One Google Meet Hardware equipment. The headliner of this launch (the Series One Board 65) replaces the good old Jamboard, which launched back in 2016 (released in 2017). An open secret of the Jamboard is its operating system. It’s not Chrome OS; it’s rocking Android. In contrast, these new hardware kits are being launched on Chrome OS, allowing for better continuous updates and less fragmentation on the development side. So what’s the deal with these new kits? Read more here:
If you’re looking for a visual way to learn Google Cloud products, the Google Cloud Tech YouTube channel has a series of whiteboard sketches that explain cloud tools in about 5 minutes each.10 whiteboard sketch videos that bring Google Cloud to life
Cloud Native Apps and DevOps Services Cloud-native is an approach for building and running applications that exploits the advantages of the cloud computing delivery model. When companies build and operate applications using a cloud-native architecture, they bring new ideas to market faster and respond sooner to customer demands. A cloud-native application is a program, which is designed for a cloud computing architecture. These applications are run and hosted in the cloud and are designed to capitalize on the inherent characteristics of a cloud computing software delivery model. A native app is a software that is developed for use on a specific platform or device.Cloud-native applications use a microservice architecture. This architecture efficiently allocates resources to each service that the application uses, making the application flexible and adaptable to a cloud architecture. These microservices that are part of the cloud-native app architecture are packaged in containers that co
What Your SLAs Means?A service-level agreement (SLA) is a promise made to a user of a service, to indicate that the availability and reliability of the service should meet a certain level of expectation. SLAs act as a pact between the software provider and the software user or client. SLAs may also include responsiveness to incidents and bugs. It depends on the contract. However, if an SLA is broken, then some penalty may incurred, such as a refund or a service subscription credit.SLAs are an integral part of an IT vendor contract. An SLA pulls together information on all of the contracted services and their agreed-upon expected reliability into a single document. They clearly state metrics, responsibilities, and expectations so that in the event of issues with the service, neither party can plead ignorance. It ensures both sides have the same understanding of requirements. Any significant contract without an associated SLA (reviewed by legal counsel) is open to deliberate or inadvert
How do you quantify user happiness? It’s not easy to measure directly in our systems, but we can look for signals in the user journey. You may experience an outage or other problem that internally seems relatively small, but your users take to Twitter in droves and express their displeasure. Or, you may have a catastrophic event but receive few or no complaints from end users. It is impossible to get inside your users’ heads and see whether they are happy or not while using your service.To overcome this problem, we use the happiness metrics also known as Service Level Indicators (SLIs). SLIs specify, measure, and track user journey success. They are quantifiable measures of reliability. SLIs tell you whether you are in or out of compliance with your SLO targets and are therefore in danger of making users unhappy.Once you choose the services you want to measure, you can then think about the SLIs that you will use to measure users common tasks and critical activities. Choosing SLIs tha
Increasing visibility into our systems, code, and repositories is essential for effective DevOps processes. Previously repository audit logging was available for Docker repositories, but Google Cloud has expanded the capability to include Maven, npm, and Python repositories as well! This is a boon for visibility and monitoring! You can read about how to configure the monitoring by following the link included in this post.How have you implemented monitoring for your repositories? How mature is your organization in providing automated alerting and monitoring? Do you use the audit logging capabilities Google Cloud provides?https://cloud.google.com/artifact-registry/docs/audit-logging
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