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Hey Students! Are you looking for learning Kotlin programming language? If yes then today we have something interesting for you Android Study Jam Bootcamp from Google has been launched. Here you can learn Kotlin programming language even if you don’t know anything about programming languages. The best part of this bootcamp is that you receive badges which you share onto your social media and a Free verified Certification.Android Study Jam Bootcamp From Google | Get Free Badges and Certificate from Google Android Study Jam Bootcamp from GoogleHey Students! Are you looking for learning Kotlin programming language? If yes then today we have something interesting for you Android Study Jam Bootcamp from Google has been launched. Here you can learn Kotlin programming language even if you don’t know anything about programming languages. The best part of this bootcamp is that you receive badges which you share onto your social media and a Free verified Certificate.About Android Study Jam Boo
Finish 2021 strong! This week, you are invited to learn something new. Ever tried building a secure network in the cloud? Or developing an app without using code? All aboard the #QwiklabsExpress for a holiday learning journey!Get your ticket, then take one lab free. When you complete the lab, you’ll activate a free 1-month pass to the entire lab catalog.What to do?You have to collect the ticket from the Qwiklabs website and go to the Catalog page of Google Cloud Skill and paste the code and then- Complete a Google Cloud skill badge or quest this week (badge must be dated between now and Dec. 18, no exceptions). AND be one of the first unique 50 commenters on this exact post (in the Google CloudOther DetailsA link to your Skills Boosts profile showing your new badge. Note: badges earned outside the challenge timeline don’t qualify!)And in your comment, answer the question, “What’s one new thing you learned from the badge?” This can be a quick sentence or two, or a paragraph or more. (I
Can anyone please help.Google cloud shell terminal keeps disconnecting every so often.Then have to reconnect. After reconnection the page scrolls up or disappears. While typing out a line it goes halfway then new lines /carriage returns on itself instead of a new line. Have tried tmux, keep alive value using sysctl command, does not work. Have tried opening a new terminal with reset values. Still the same. What am I doing wrong. Any suggestions, pointers please. Thank You
Hi!We are trying to create training job in Vertex.AI and we need to connect with resources in our shared VPC. Project in which we are creating this job is service project. We have VPC with private services access configured already. (as described in https://cloud.google.com/vertex-ai/docs/general/vpc-peering)When we are trying to create a job and use this host network, we get a very generic error message:Unable to start training due to the following error: Internal error encountered.Everything seems alright and peering connection with private services is in active state.Does anyone maybe have an idea where can we look for more information about this problem or maybe some guides or pointers that could help us?
Hi Community Am working on an architecture design and have been asked to consider the equivalent of AWS Active directory connector in GCP as per the customer requirement.Based on my analysis, I found a few options but wasn’t sure which one will be most appropriate one Federating Google Cloud with Active Director Managed Microsoft AD Google Cloud Directory syncCan any of you throw some more light into this and help with choose which one is the right fit for this need? CheersVM
Hi Community We were assessing a service within GCP that would help replication disk level changes (continuously in a synchronous / near synchronous mode) across zones in a given region. Ideally, we are looking for the absolute replacement of CloudEndure which was earlier available within GCP (now acquired and branded within AWS). Based on the little research I carried out, Actifio Go seems to be reasonable choice for this requirement. Have any of you used this tool for such needs (HA / DR) wherein continuous replication was enabled for anytime failover?Appreciate your thoughts and any other recommendations for this requirement CheersVM
Hi Community Am trying to setup a uptime check for my VM instances that do not have any external IPs associated with them. As per the documentation for Uptime checks, there is a mention it cannot be configured for resources without any external IPs. Is there any workaround for the same to keep these checks with only the internal IP for VMs?Appreciate your timely input and suggestions CheersVM
Hi all,We are having our last Infrastructure Coffee Chat this year and Managecore will be there with us!. @Andy_Wiesner_CE_Managecore will be talking about “Datacenter take outs - why enterprise customers are moving all applications to the cloud”Join us next December 15th! See you in the Coffee Chat
As global governments are focusing on cybersecurity, it's crucial for companies to contribute their technology and expertise to solving various challenges. #GoogleCloud is committed to advancing community-driven, multi-stakeholder approaches to cybersecurity—learn more about our efforts in the #cybersecurity space.Welcoming US-EU collaboration on cybersecurity
Hi There,I am a cloud person. I love data. You love data. We love data. Well, we’re trying to build a report on public cloud usage to share with the community. We’ll share all the results for free and anyone who shares their experiences could win a Ubuntu T-shirt. Take the Survey, click here!Thanks!The Ubuntu & Canonical Team
Yesterday I read about ClusterFuzzLite. It’s from Google Open Source Software team.“ClusterFuzzLite is a continuous fuzzing solution that runs as part of Continuous Integration (CI) workflows to find vulnerabilities faster than ever before. With just a few lines of code, GitHub users can integrate ClusterFuzzLite into their workflow and fuzz pull requests to catch bugs before they are committed.ClusterFuzzLite is based on ClusterFuzz.” Awesome, right?
Hi guys, I would like to get your perspective on my case. I have many jobs that I need to run on apache beam and I need to schedule them with Airflow. Is it better to use dataflow and Cloud Composer or buy a VM on compute engine and run my job through python (apache beam) and install my airflow in that VM?
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?
We have one more topic-specific chat ahead!Learn more about migrating large amounts of data to the cloud with Managecore and C2C. Next Wednesday, November 17th in our C2C Connect Chat! Nov 17th: Moving Data to the Cloud. Presented by ManagecoreManagecore cloud experts team will be hosting this C2C Cloud Infrastructure session on Wednesday November 17th, regarding best practices for moving large amounts of data to the cloud. Come ask questions or share your own tips and tricks!
I wanted to share our experience of misjudgment on App Engine by me and my development in one of the projects we worked on. For most of the web based projects we use App Engine for hosting. We deploy multiple services on it like website, API and other supporting services. In 2016 I used CodeIgniter 3 and customized it to run on App Engine. I wrote about that in my personal website and to this date it was the most visited page.https://www.hthirukkumaran.com/cloud-development/hosting-codeigniter-on-google-app-engine/We then moved on to Laravel 5 and I accepted developers suggestions and approved it for use and it was all ok until we developed a project on Laravel 7 and the application was very slow and not matter how much we optimize it no fruitful results were yielded for it.After discussion with my developers I found out that they thought the community documentation is an official documentation by Google and hence they switched to Laravel. They showed me this documentation.https://clou
https://cloud.google.com/blog/products/cloud-migration/real-world-cloud-migration-strategiesWhen helping customers plan large-scale migrations of applications to the cloud, we here on the Professional Services team sometimes observe them pouring countless hours into the top-down evaluation of their application estate and categorizing them into discrete migration strategies like “rehost”, “replatform”, “refactor” and so on. It’s a well established industry practice in which the only open point for debate, it seems, is whether there are 5, 6, 7 or 8 distinct “R’s”. In practice, the popular “R” migration strategies aren’t really strategies at all—they’re placeholders for all the things you don’t yet know about your applications. We find that an IT organization's policies and capabilities do more to determine the migration path than anything else and ultimately override any architect’s prior top-down planning.
Hi everyone, I wanted to invite anyone with an interest in cloud native Kubernetes to connect and reach out directly. I am responsible for Product Marketing at Jetstack - a UK based cloud native software company that has achieved great success in the open source world as well as providing technical professional services for large companies that are in the midst of deploying cloud native infrastructure with GKE in the UK and US. I’ve been working with the C2C team on an upcoming talk on “Strategies for modernizing with Kubernetes” which is based on our first hand experience of helping company migrate legacy infrastructure and we have some genuine insights for technical business leaders on this topic. I’m looking forward to connecting with many of you and sharing ideas.Cheers.Richard
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