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https://cloud.google.com/blog/topics/developers-practitioners/cloud-dns-explainedA fantastic post from @Priyanka Vergadia at the Google Cloud Blog about Cloud DNS.It’s always a pleasure to learn with the sketch notes of Priyanka!. You can follow more content from her on her GitHub repo, Twitter @pvergadia and thecloudgirl.dev.
Hi everyone,My name is Masahide Mori.I'm currently thinking about using Cloud Storage to store cloud application data, and I'm trying to add an auto-save feature.The reason for using CloudStorage is that it assumes that the data is a large chunk (over MB).Of particular concern are the frequency of saves and the size of the transfer. In general, the downlink transfer speed is faster than the uplink, so I'm thinking of the following logic. Is this a good logic?Preparation1. Make the object itself a form that can be represented by a set of elements (e.g. JSON)2. Set a unique serial code for each element.3. For now, let's assume the file is placed under "private / backend version / user_uid /".logic1. Create an object and save it in the cloud. to "private / v1 / user_uid / object_name / basefile"2. Next time user use it. Download the object. from "private / v1 / user_uid / object_name / basefile"3. Mark only the elements that have changed on the front end.4. Upload only changed eleme
It’s “What’s your question Wednesday!” A time when you can openly ask us any question about Google Cloud, SAP, what we do, how to do something, cloud strategies, technical support…. Ask us anything! No question is too small or too tough. We are always here to chat and answer any questions you may have (not just on Wednesdays), but hoping this will open the door to answer all of your burning questions. So ask away and we’ll do our best to answer.
Google Cloud's SAP Solution Engineer Robert Serrata sits down for an exclusive fireside chat with Managecore's Chief Technology Officer @Nick_Miletich_CTO_Managecore where they discussed key considerations for your SAP to Google Cloud migration. This on demand session is aimed to help simplify your journey to the cloud, by exploring how you can remove common barriers to the transformation process, rapidly deploy SAP workloads on Google Cloud, and reduce risk during your migration. You'll also hear go-live success stories to inspire you on your own journey.Watch now on demand » https://cloudonair.withgoogle.com/events/managecore-fireside-chat-sap
Google has announced today the preview of Backup for GKE. Companies using GKE will now be able to easily backup their stateful workloads. This backup includes both application data and GKE cluster state data. Offering a reduction of complexity for backup and restore operations.Read more about it in the official Google announcement at Google Cloud BlogWill this be a reduction in your GKE backup pipeline complexity, or did you already had it solved?
Hi everyone! I wanted to share this event that is coming here in two weeks! Be sure to sign up!What questions do you have for our speakers in advance of this session? And/or what topics would you like them to cover? And/or share your POV to help inform the discussion for this session!
We invite you to join the C2C navigator session on October 28th: NextGen Healthcare’s SAP on Google Cloud Migration Hear from NextGen Healthcare’s VP of Business Applications and Premier Google Cloud Partner Managecore describe the digital transformation strategy to executing a successful SAP to Google Cloud Migration. Managecore recommended the Google Cloud solution to NextGen as a stable, reliable, secure and flexible hosting solution for their SAP workloads. As well architected a solution that enabled NextGen to migrate to SAP HANA in the same cloud migration project, allowing them to take full advantage of Google Cloud innovation including AI, ML, and Big Query. Why should I attend:By attending this session we hope to showcase the immediate value delivered by running SAP on Google Cloud and key difference GCP makes for SAP companies to unlock innovation, AI, ML, Big Query, etc. We look forward to seeing you there!
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Its no surprise that Google Cloud engineers are always looking for a better solution for its cloud users and in this case SAP HANA customers looking to run on Google Cloud powered by Intel.This latest blog post outlines their solution Memory Poisoning Recovery (MPR) that combines existing Google Cloud capabilities, with new functionality as well as important third-party capabilities at the CPU (Intel) and application (SAP HANA) levels. MPR can be broken down into two main processes:Memory Error Isolation Memory Error RecoveryRead the blog here » https://cloud.google.com/blog/products/sap-google-cloud/mitigating-memory-errors-for-your-sap-environment
The debate on how necessary certifications are and how faithfully they demonstrate one's ability as a professional has always been in the day-to-day conversations.At the same time, there is a boom in the use of cloud labs, real environments where we are given credentials to carry out the requested activities in real scenarios.Many professions require hands-on exams to obtain a degree. It does not seem unreasonable to think that cloud certificates could follow the same path.Neither Google nor Microsoft has announced anything about getting theory and practice together in an exam, at least that I know of. Amazon is the first to announce a certification that includes a laboratory as part of the exam.From my point of view, I do not discard seeing Google announce an exam that includes a hands-on lab, and if this happens, I think it is good. It will increase the recognition of those who spend many hours studying and preparing for the certifications.What do you think? Are we going to see these
Google Cloud is named a Leader in 2021 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Cloud Infrastructure and Platform ServicesRead the full report » https://inthecloud.withgoogle.com/gartner-mq-20/cloud-infrastructure-as-a-service.html
It has come to my attention that there are a lot of news articles from the leading Cloud and Infrastructure publications noting that the traditional datacenter or private cloud approach to hosting SAP systems is quickly becoming a thing of the past. Which comes at no surprise to me, in 2019 I wrote a blog post For SAP Workloads, The Private Cloud is Dead! …. well, maybe not completely DEAD, but certainly not the mainstay that it was once perceived to be. Why? Because the Public Clouds have evolved to the point they are simply a better solution. Public Cloud vendors (such as Google Cloud) are pouring billions into their datacenters which is a scale that no private cloud vendor can match. This provides customers with several key benefits, specifically for SAP workloads that should not be overlooked, such as - unlimited scalability, global datacenters, constant innovation at lightning pace, massive network bandwidth, and no process management constraints. Does your company feel the same w
Qwiklabs launched a new challenge called “Choose your own adventure”!Qwiklabs is a platform where you get temporary credentials to actual cloud resources, so you can learn the cloud using the real thing.This week the challenges relates to a job as a network engineer at Jooli (a fictional company!)They offering 20% off discount voucher code on your Google Cloud Professional Cloud DevOps Engineer exam for those who complete the challenge by 27th August, 2021!Qwiklabs - Choose your own adventureIf you finish it, brag your badges here so we can congratulate you!
Hi everyone! We are pumped to have some subject matter experts (SMEs) from Managecore joining our coffee chat next week. Here are the dates and topics they will center the chats on. This is still super casual, but if you need to solve some issues, they are here to help!
I’m curious what did you @marissa.piazza @Marcy.Young @scottfeldman and others think of the article that @Carl_Nordstrom_SAP_Managecore recently posted regarding how to fast track SAP to Google Cloud and the business benefit gains described by HBR?
Interesting article just published regarding the recent announcement of Google Cloud joining the RISE with SAP program and how SAP customers will be able to leverage Google Cloud's advanced services, including artificial intelligence and machine learning. when running GCP. I’m interested to hear your feedback? Will you be migrating your SAP landscape to RISE with SAP? Why or why not?Link to ZDnet article » https://www.zdnet.com/article/google-cloud-joins-sap-rise-program/
[Harvard Business Review] FAST-TRACK DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION WITH ERP IN THE CLOUD: How to Unlock New Business Opportunities While Upgrading to SAP S/4HANA
In my daily conversations with SAP customers, many CIOs, CTOs and other IT executives are interested to better understand (via a third party perspective) how running SAP applications in the Google Cloud can help their company be more (and stay) competitive. In today’s business climate optimizing costs, continuing to innovate while staying ahead of the curve is a necessity. So I thought I’d share a link to a helpful research document Harvard Business Review’s whitepaper » FAST-TRACK DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION WITH ERP IN THE CLOUD: How to Unlock New Business Opportunities While Upgrading to SAP S/4HANA, as I have shared with fellow executives who found the research to not only confirm their plans for digital transformation but also a helpful guide to building a use case for a cloud implementation project. According to the whitepaper, “Public clouds stand out as long-term choices for ERP because of their traditional and advanced capabilities as well as the pressures on cloud providers to kee
PrefetchAt the Google Cloud Born-Digital Summit 2021 (08:50) Diana Nanova from Google Cloud was asking: "how do you actually scale?". At that time history as well as the setup was briefly explained. Additionally, the k8s hpa topic was touched and also described that just cpu based hpa scaling is used at the moment. As CPU is just a general indicator of load - it is quite a rough estimation about scaling should be done or not. Especially if cpu load is low but number of incoming requests is high and if there are 500 different components running with different internal behaviors - this kind of scaling is suboptimal. So it was explained there are smarter ways to do it with custom metrics to use for example rpm/rps (incoming requests per minute/second) or queue size of tasks to be done. One important answer given in the summit video regarding scaling: "Why just spawning 1, 2, 4, 10 replicas - why not spawning 10.000 as many messages you have in the queue? If autoscaling on node level works
Now you can from your the comfort of your desk! Get free access to a virtual 360 data center view into that includes a guided tour shows you everything you've always wanted to know and behind the scenes of how these enterprise data centers smoothly and securely run.Check it out » https://info.managecore.com/google-cloud-virtual-360-data-center-tour
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