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  1. IT networking conversations involve a lot of terms that may be unfamilair to many. Trying to understand a networking document or conversation might seem like a completely different language for non-practitioners. Networking 101 GCP sheet The networking 101 GCP sheet provides you with a quick glance of some common general networking terms. In addition to the general terms some Google Cloud specific services have been added so that you can make a quick connection between both. Easy to follow The document is divided into several topic areas and short definitions are placed under each section. You can check out various topics under the following headings. Global Network I Global Network II VPCs and IP addressing OSI model and Internet model TCP, TCP three-way handshake, UDP, QUIC Packet, Frame and MTU ARP, RARP, DNS & NAT Routing, Cloud Router, Dynamic Routing, BGP, MPLS Connectivity and Hybrid connectivity Network Security Traffic handling, Load balancing, Content Delivery Troubleshooting & Monitoring What happens when you type www.google.com in a browser Networking 101 GCP sheet preview Common Questions In addition to the quick references on the sheet, you will also find some common questions with answers included in some of the sections in the document. Download You can view the document and download the pdf version via GitHub More Google Cloud services You can see more Google Cloud services online via the interactive online developer cheat sheet to dive deeper into the Google Cloud Platform. Feedback Want to ask a question, find out more or share a thought? Please connect with me on Twitter or Linkedin and send me a message.
  2. When you think about Cloud Security there are many areas of responsibility - securing infrastructure, network, data, applications, and managing identities and access. There are also ongoing processes for security operations and governance, risk & compliance management. But the best part of building your application on cloud is that you share the security responsibility with the cloud provider. https://cloud.google.com/blog/topics/developers-practitioners/google-cloud-security-overview
  3. Founded in 2012, SingleStoreDB is a distributed SQL, cloud-native database that offers ultra-fast, low-latency access to large datasets — simplifying the development of modern enterprise applications. And by combining transactional (OLTP) and analytical (OLAP) workloads, SingleStoreDB introduces new efficiencies into data architecture… https://cloud.google.com/blog/topics/partners/how-google-cloud-marketplace-drives-customer-experience
  4. As organizations worldwide move to the cloud, it’s become increasingly crucial to provide teams with confidence and the right skills to get the most out of cloud technology. With demand for cloud expertise exceeding the supply of talent, many businesses are looking for new, cost-effective ways to keep up. When ongoing skills gaps stifle productivity, it can cost you money. In Global Knowledge’s 2021 report, 42% of IT decision-makers reported having “difficulty meeting quality objectives” as a result of skills gaps, and, in an IDC survey cited in the same Global Knowledge report, roughly 60% of organizations described a lack of skills as a cause for lost revenue. In today’s fast-paced environment, businesses with cloud knowledge are in a stronger position to achieve more. So what more could you be doing to develop and showcase cloud expertise in your organization? Google Cloud certification helps validate your teams’ technical capabilities, while demonstrating your organization’s commitment to the fast pace of the cloud... Read Article
  5. Gartner® named Google as a Leader in the 2022 Magic Quadrant™ for Cloud AI Developer Services report. This evaluation covered Google’s language, vision and structured data products including AutoML, all of which we deliver through Google Cloud. We believe this recognition is a reflection of the confidence and satisfaction that customers have in our language, vision, and AutoML products for developers. Google remains a Leader for the third year in a row, based upon the completeness of our vision and our ability to execute. Google Cloud named a Leader in The Forrester Wave™: AI Infrastructure, Q4 2021 report Read Article
  6. As a provider of software and services for global enterprises, Google Cloud understands that the quality and security of products is instrumental in maintaining trust among our customers. We are committed to providing products and services that help our customers meet their quality management objectives, ultimately helping organizations to meet their regulatory and customer requirements. At the heart of this commitment is our robust quality management system (QMS), a process-based approach that aims to achieve high standards of quality in all stages of the product or service lifecycle and which leverages our ISO 9001:2015 certification… Read Article
  7. The following blog covers some common processes and tools used to migrate databases from on-premises (Physical or VMware) to Google Cloud VMware Engine (GCVE). Many customers choose this lift-and-shift migration approach as a first step to quickly migrate databases into Google Cloud before beginning database upgrade and modernization workstreams... Read Article Connecting on-premises VMware to Google Cloud VMware Engine
  8. Have you ever wondered what it will cost to run a particular Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) cluster? How various configurations and feature choices will affect your costs? What the potential of autoscaling might be on your bill? If you’ve ever tried to estimate this yourself, you know it can be a puzzle — especially if you’re just starting out with Kubernetes, and don’t have many reference points from existing infrastructure to help. Today we are launching the GKE cost estimator in Preview, seamlessly integrated into the Google Cloud console... Read Article
  9. Available in GA today, you can now begin deploying Spot VMs in your Google Cloud projects to start saving now. For an overview of Spot VMs, see our Preview launch blog and for a deeper dive, check out our Spot VM documentation. Modern applications such as microservices, containerized workloads, and horizontal scalable applications are engineered to persist even when the underlying machine does not. This architecture allows you to leverage Spot VMs to access capacity and run applications at a low price. You will save 60 - 91% off the price of our on-demand VMs with Spot VMs. To make it even easier to utilize Spot VMs, we’ve incorporated Spot VM support in a variety of tools… Read Article
  10. The security world keeps changing, with new tools and new threats in the ever-evolving arms race that is cybersecurity. To keep you up to speed on all that Google Cloud is doing to help safeguard your data and your applications, welcome to the first installment of the Security Roundup. In this regular series, I'll be sharing a selection of news and guidance to help ensure you have the resources you need for your hectic, high-stakes harm-preventing job… Read Article
  11. Don’t look now, but Brain Corp. operates over 100,000 of its robots in factories, supermarkets and warehouses, doing all the repetitive things that we always hoped robots would do: cleaning floors, taking inventory, restocking shelves, etc. And BrainOS, the AI software platform that powers these autonomous mobile robots, doesn’t just run in the robots themselves — it runs in the cloud. Specifically, Google Cloud… Read Article
  12. Editor’s note: Here, we look at how Equifax used Google Cloud’s Bigtable as a foundational tool to reinvent themselves through technology. Identifying stolen identities, evaluating credit scores, verifying employment and income for processing credit requests requires data—truckloads of data—galaxies of data! But it’s not enough to just have the most robust data assets; you have to protect, steward and manage them with precision. As one of the world’s largest fintechs, operating in a highly regulated space, our business at Equifax revolves around extracting unique insights from data and delivering them in real-time so our customers can make smarter decisions… Read Article
  13. As sophisticated cyberattack campaigns increasingly target the U.S. public and private sectors during the COVID era, the White House and federal agencies have taken steps to protect critical infrastructure and remote-work infrastructure. These include Executive Order 14028 and the Office of Management and Budget’s Memorandum M-21-31, which recommend adopting Zero Trust policies, and span software supply chain security, cybersecurity threat management, and strengthening cyberattack detection and response… Read Article
  14. Twitter is an open, social platform that’s home to a world of diverse people, perspectives, ideas, and information. We aim to foster free and global conversations that allow people to consume, create, distribute, and discover information about the topics they care about the most… Read Article
  15. Google Cloud is a great home for your high performance computing (HPC) workloads. As with all things Google Cloud, we work hard to make complex tasks seem easy. For HPC, a big part of user friendliness is support for popular tools such as schedulers. If you run high performance computing (HPC) workloads, you’re likely familiar with the Slurm workload manager. Today, with SchedMD, we’re announcing the newest set of features for Slurm running on Google Cloud, including one-click hybrid configuration, Google Cloud Storage data migration support, real-time configuration updates, Bulk API support, improved error handling, and more. You can find these new features today in the Slurm on Google Cloud GitHub repository and on the Google Cloud Marketplace. Read Article
  16. Google Cloud Security Summit is just a few days away! We have an exciting agenda with a keynote, demo, and breakout sessions across four tracks - Zero Trust, Secure Software Supply Chain, Ransomware & Emerging Threats, and Cloud Governance & Sovereignty. By attending this summit, you will be the first to learn about new products and advanced capabilities we are announcing from Google Cloud security and discover new ways to define and drive your security strategy and solve your biggest challenges. We hope you’ll join us for the Security Summit digital online event on May 17, 2022, to learn from experts, explore the latest tools, and share our vision for the future of security. Register here for the event and watch the sessions live and on-demand. If you are in Europe, the Middle East, or Africa please visit the EMEA page to view summit events in your time zone and captions in your local language. Read Article
  17. Enterprises are struggling to free themselves from legacy database systems, and need an alternative option to modernize their applications. Today at Google I/O, we’re thrilled to announce the preview of AlloyDB for PostgreSQL, a fully-managed, PostgreSQL-compatible database service that provides a powerful option for modernizing your most demanding enterprise database workloads. Compared with standard PostgreSQL, in our performance tests, AlloyDB was more than four times faster for transactional workloads, and up to 100 times faster for analytical queries. AlloyDB was also two times faster for transactional workloads than Amazon’s comparable service. This makes AlloyDB a powerful new modernization option for transitioning off of legacy databases. Read Article
  18. Solution is first to have automated support for application monitoring on multiple serverless infrastructure platforms Chicago, IL – November 12, 2020 – Instana, a leading provider of APM and Observability Solutions for Cloud-Native and microservice applications, today announced the ability to monitor and trace applications using Google Cloud Run, Pub/Sub and Storage technologies. Like other […] The post Instana Announces Automated Monitoring and Tracing for Google Cloud Run, Cloud Storage and Cloud PubSub appeared first on DevOps.com. View the full article
  19. Today, we are excited to announce a collaboration between Google Cloud Healthcare & Life Sciences and the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard to provide free access to one of the world's most comprehensive public genomic datasets, the Genome Aggregation Database (gnomAD)... Read Article
  20. We are excited to announce the availability of server-side HTTP streaming for your serverless applications running on Cloud Run (fully managed). With this enhanced networking capability, your Cloud Run services can serve larger responses or stream partial responses to clients during the span of a single request, enabling quicker server response times for your applications... Read Article
  21. As a developer building a new application, you want to focus on writing code, not containerizing it. And if you already use containers, you know that creating a good, secure container image can be complicated and time-consuming. Today we’re launching broad support across Google Cloud for buildpacks—an open-source technology that makes it fast and easy for you to create secure, production-ready container images from source code and without a Dockerfile... View the full article
  22. The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated trends across many industries; in health, it has created a need for new solutions to enable virtual care—and even run clinical trials remotely. This has, in turn, created the need for tools that help healthcare application developers and researchers easily manage and secure patient consent for the use of their data for medical care and research. That’s why we’re excited today to launch the Google Cloud Healthcare Consent Management API to Public Preview... Read Article
  23. Google Cloud Next OnAir EMEA has already started Our newest Cloud OnBoard is tomorrow. We’d love it if you join us for half day of in depth training, focused on Google Cloud infrastructure products, services and use cases. Your instructor will also share insights and demos on serverless, containers, data warehousing, and machine learning. This is your first step on the learning journey towards becoming an expert Google Cloud Certified Professional. Shortly after the webcast we’ll be opening the Cloud Hero Infrastructure challenge where you’ll be able to put your new skills to practice. Infrastructure game Cloud Hero is a hands-on training event using the game functionality on Qwiklabs to help technical practitioners gain skills through interactive learning in a fun and competitive environment. How you can earn badges: Make sure you complete the minimum mandatory labs in each game The more labs you finish, the higher you’ll rank on the leaderboard When you’re confident in your newly mastered skills, take the Challenge Lab and earn this week’s official Google Cloud skill badges (more bragging rights). Also, don’t forget to sign up for the next live Cloud OnBoard: Data Warehouse Modernisation with BigQuery Program, on October 22nd. Just add it to your calendar and we'll remind you when it's time. In the case all of the above is too easy, why not sign up for the Google Cloud certification programme where you can follow a learning path specifically designed to help you prepare for the certification most suited to your role. Register
  24. In a Compute Engine environment, managed instance groups (MIGs) offer autoscaling that lets you automatically change an instance group's capacity based on current load, so you can rightsize your environment—and your costs. Autoscaling adds more virtual machines (VMs) to a MIG when there is more load (scaling out), and deletes VMs when the need for VMs is lesser (scaling in)... Read Article
  25. JFrog announced today it is making a free tier of its namesake DevOps platform available on all three major public cloud service providers. Stephen Chin, senior director for developer relations at JFrog, said a free subscription to JFrog Platform running on Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud Platform (GCP) is now generally […] The post JFrog Adds Free DevOps Tier in the Cloud appeared first on DevOps.com. View the full article
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