Well, if people want to get in contact with us, where can they go, Francesc? Oh, yeah. The idea is that you send your computation to were you data is. MARK: Platform for training, hosting, and managing ML models. Integration that provides a serverless development platform on GKE. We're gonna be answering some of the questions of the week that you sent us in next episodes. They’re local. I'm pretty happy with how all that turned out. I'm pretty sure it is. Yeah. Excellent. Components for migrating VMs into system containers on GKE. which provides DDoS (Distributed Denial of Service) attack protection to independent news, So for people that are doing that shifting and lifting, I'm assuming that lots of them did just move to Google Compute Engine. I'll be helping running the code labs there. So when you run on our platform, you essentially benefit from our serving infrastructure--the network. MIKE: Game server management service running on Google Kubernetes Engine. JAMES: MARK: Rehost, replatform, rewrite your Oracle workloads. But it'd be kind of cool if some of that stuff was available for wider use. That's just crazy. The code sample provides a simple command-line interface that takes one or more Yeah. I was on a panel, talking about cloud migrations, which is kind of a new chapter for Google. Google has, you know, spent many, many years creating a very, very secure platform, and so for GCP, customers are wondering, you know, "What does that mean for us?" Speech recognition and transcription supporting 125 languages. MIKE: Groundbreaking solutions. There is a single thread for running Go routines on App Engine, and that's, like, just the one. Very much so. Bye. Detect, investigate, and respond to online threats to help protect your business. I had not--I had not expected that, to be honest. Cheers. It's nice to be here. MIKE: I'm actually--I'm actually very happy that Julia's here, because since we are here on the floor, we are not watching the talks, and everyone that I heard that went to your talk was very excited about it, and they said it was amazing. Sort of a commodity. Deployment option for managing APIs on-premises or in the cloud. FRANCESC: NEIL: uses Cloud Bigtable to store the results of the map operation. You know, triple graphic identities for our jobs. FRANCESC: Did you get the chance to play a little bit with the playground activities? I remember buying appliances, like the [inaudible]. FRANCESC: Block storage that is locally attached for high-performance needs. So there was a--there was what's called the flash crash back in 2010, where several trillion dollars were wiped off the U.S. markets, and then--. [inaudible] and the photo booth and so on? Thank you very much for joining us. I work very closely with Neil day to day, and I'm a Java developer, Scala developer on the side. MARK: Permissions management system for Google Cloud resources. Oh, nice. End-to-end solution for building, deploying, and managing apps. MARK: MIKE: And there's some other stuff like that, but I'm trying to remember, so--. Thanks. Yeah. Enterprise search for employees to quickly find company information. That--you know, maybe--somebody said, "E--too many hugs," as an error. Yeah. And that--I'm looking forward to that. MARK: FRANCESC: MARK: NEIL: Sect. And I assume that's what you were talking about in your session today? That is very interesting. Hybrid and multi-cloud services to deploy and monetize 5G. Yeah. So my question is about using Go on App Engine, and you know, in previous--I've been using App Engine with Java and other languages, and there's always been this restriction that you can't use certain libraries in App Engine as a, you know, a fixed programming module. And actually, during the talk, I, you know, got to share a little bit that we have extended that protection also. Processes and resources for implementing DevOps in your org. HDFS was similar to the Google File System and they even called the data processing layer MapReduce, just like Google did. Add that capability into the--into the system. and Todd Ricker is a Principal Engineer So--. Server and virtual machine migration to Compute Engine. Platform for modernizing legacy apps and building new apps. Go for it. FRANCESC: Oh, cool. FRANCESC: App migration to the cloud for low-cost refresh cycles. I was gonna say data product. Back in 2004, network speeds were originally pretty slow, and that’s why data was kept as close as possible to the processor. Can you tell us a little bit how you use the cloud? App protection against fraudulent activity, spam, and abuse. Solution to bridge existing care systems and apps on Google Cloud. In-memory database for managed Redis and Memcached. The bad is we're lifting and shifting, so they're not getting advantage of the cloud. So you start talking about serverless stuff--the eyes just kind of glaze over, and it--sometimes, it takes them stumbling and fumbling on the cloud for a couple years until they get it and start moving up the value chain and taking those high level services. Eric Schmidt, when he was talking about Google Free, first of all--, TODD: So we're here with Neil Palmer and Todd Ricker from FIS Global, and they just came out of giving an amazing talk. Thank you so much for coming and talking to us. I like that a lot. COVID-19 Solutions for the Healthcare Industry. So I'm assuming you also work with BigTable a little bit? Right. Language detection, translation, and glossary support. and a data processing infrastructure geek at Google working in the Cloud Doing well, enjoying meeting people. market reconstruction system that aims to bring transparency to the US NEIL: This paper discusses various MapReduce applications like Wordcount, Pi, TeraSort, Grep in Cloud based Hadoop. Simplify and accelerate secure delivery of open banking compliant APIs. FRANCESC: And then, I actually, like--I'm waiting to watch Julia Ferraioli's talk on how to train neural networks to know if something is huggable or not. Reinforced virtual machines on Google Cloud. MARK: We're very happy about that. We are also--we have a web page. Thank you very much. Even then, you could do it with Manage VMs. ROMIN: Yeah. Monitoring, logging, and application performance suite. NEIL: Best Practices for Using Amazon EMR. So they created Apache Hidoop, Apache Spark, PegHive. MIKE: Services and infrastructure for building web apps and websites. Yeah. But still MapReduce is very slow to run. file, and counts how many times each word appears. JULIA: No. MARK: Very nice. And looking forward to the--towards that video. So let's hear it. Except as otherwise noted, the content of this page is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 License, and code samples are licensed under the Apache 2.0 License. Yes. MIKE: That's a great team. And they actually sound great. Yeah. Machine learning and AI to unlock insights from your documents. In 2004 Google released the famous MapReduce paper, describing how you can do distributed computation using functional programming operations. For details, see the Google Developers Site Policies. FRANCESC: Zero-trust access control for your internal web apps. So a neural network modeling the huggability of stuff. So we're gonna talk to them, and then we also have a question of the week from someone who came by and talked to us at the event as well. CPU and heap profiler for analyzing application performance. TODD: Yeah Then you can use task queues, and then, in task queues, again, you can use as many Go routines as you want. Yeah. What is the announcement that you--got you the most excited? NIELS: Content delivery network for serving web and video content. Build smart applications with your new superpower: cloud machine learning. Don't hug that." In 2004 Google released the famous MapReduce paper, describing how you can do distributed computation using functional programming operations. So I'm curious. Virtual machines running in Google’s data center. So we've got five speakers, or actually more than that, because we have some people coming in past. JULIA: MIKE: And that's mainly because you're getting all the scaling and zero management for free. It's very disparate. The companies that have been in the cloud for a while, they get it, and they're, like, salivating over, you know, new stuff like that. So yeah. FRANCESC: Yes. MARK: One is a about BQ itself as available through Google Cloud Platform (GCP); the other is about the internal Google tool Dremel that BQ is based on. So yeah. And that's a common problem I have as well. Have you used it? FRANCESC: Thanks so much for the good time. They both spoke about the evolution of big data processing in the open source Coming right off the stage, we have Julia Ferraioli joining us here at the table. Every week, we go through a “Cool Thing” - it could be a great project running on Google Cloud Platform, a fantastic tip or trick on Google Cloud Platform, an Open Source project or really just about anything we think is new and innovative. Cloud Bigtable table that you specified. FRANCESC: I'm going--I'm gonna go to DevRelCon, which is a conference for Dev Rellers--Developer Relations Engineers in San Francisco. Go for it. Accelerate business recovery and ensure a better future with solutions that enable hybrid and multi-cloud, generate intelligent insights, and keep your workers connected. FRANCES: I will agree with that. It's quite a new product. FRANCESC: Package manager for build artifacts and dependencies. Hence, the data files can access the cache file as a local file in the designated job. This is the next generation stock market reconstruction system that the SEC is looking to put together. FRANCESC: We run an incubator group, where we look at emerging technologies and figure out what they're gonna mean for our business. FRANCESC: 28. FRANCESC: Conference: 2019 10th International Conference on Computing, Communication and Networking Technologies (ICCCNT) App to manage Google Cloud services from your mobile device. Store API keys, passwords, certificates, and other sensitive data. Makes sense. Now, the vision API, which is a part of Google's machine learning platform, does things like identify what is in an image. File storage that is highly scalable and secure. Well, if we don't say BigTable, Carter will kill us. Appreciate it. we dive into the proposed system architecture and show how products like Cloud MARK: Karthika Renuka Dhanaraj, Visalakshi Palaniswami. Hardened service running Microsoft® Active Directory (AD). FRANCESC: Well, what we're really excited about--when we donated the data flow model and these first two SDKs that we developed to the Apache Software Foundation as this new incubating project, Apache Beam--the real goal behind that is to put the framework out there, the programming model, and then the documentation that will allow other developers who like other languages--Go or Scala or Ruby or--basically, let people add to this community, and add new languages, and also new runners. Well, thanks again to all of those speakers that took the time to go by the Google Cloud Platform Podcast booth at GCPNext. So it sounds like you use a variety of Google Cloud Platform tools at the moment. MARK: And actually, the cool thing of the week for this week is gonna be related to that. Like, just being able to see people get hands-on with the stuff that we run at Google Cloud Platform and, like, interact with it in a really fun way--I think that was really rewarding. FRANCESC: FRANCES: That's great. FRANCESC: So I went out, and I found example images of each of those things. Yeah. I don't believe it's been done before. This example uses Hadoop to perform a simple MapReduce job that counts the number of times a word appears in a text file. Attract and empower an ecosystem of developers and partners. This last paper changes the way we do distributed data processing. Hadoop got its own distributed file system called HDFS, and adopted MapReduce for distributed computing. ROMIN: Sect. MARK: MARK: Continuous integration and continuous delivery platform. Then, you will need to move to manage VMs, for instance. FRANCESC: Yeah, if you really needed to. Yes, it was. Clouds, dandelions, and pillows. JAMES: Like, it's not like you're gonna be doing that much stuff. That was an awesome experience. The main content of the week is gonna be related to that, and then, the question of the week is gonna be related to that. t here's a specific topic that we get a question quite often, which is DDOS. Yes. I don't remember the name. Excellent. FRANCESC: Wonderful. Start looking to go further down that abstraction pathway to go to Manage VMs. A little over a year later, Apache Hadoop was created. Awesome. The rest of the paper is organized as follows. FRANCESC: Well, you know, since I started working on cloud, I've always been enamored with BigQuery. Certifications for running SAP applications and SAP HANA. You can launch an EMR cluster in minutes for big data processing, machine learning, and real-time stream processing with the Apache Hadoop ecosystem. Google Cloud Data Product, which is a managed Spark and [inaudible] offering. MIKE: A year after Google published a white paper describing the MapReduce framework, Doug Cutting and Mike Cafarella created Apache Hadoop. FRANCESC: JULIA: at wix.com during the session Right, right. I was actually checking it out while we were here. Health-specific solutions to enhance the patient experience. Very cool. Researchers across Google are innovating across many domains. I bet it did. They took the mapreduce paper, implemented it, and do--and then, this whole ecosystem flourished with all these diverse ideas. Thank you. But the playground--like, I loved the playground. Huggability is a very important feature. Big Data. FRANCESC: Every week we take questions submitted to us by our audience, and answer them live on the podcast. No. JAMES: It'll be fun to watch. FRANCESC: You should hug that. Very interesting. FRANCES: I prefer Python. Most videos from GCP Next 2016 are already available on YouTube. But that's the next wave. But yeah. Yeah. That is very cool. Niels also talks about Project Shield Otherwise, if it doesn't really match, I will start with Compute Engine, but really quick, I'll move to Container Engine, because it's so much easier to manage. It’s totally a GCPNext episode. Cool. This is a podcast, so you couldn’t see it anyway. We have just made the transparency report available last year--last week. Mike also wrote a very interesting article about GCP Next for Forbes. Tools for managing, processing, and transforming biomedical data. Do you want to give us, like, a really quick, 30-second synopsis of what you just presented on stage? FRANCESC: But the URL--the URL library, actually--the URL fetch library also provides an HTTP client, if you need to. We provide software for everything from online banking to ATMs through to asset management, risk surveillance for the big banks. JULIA: Thank you. I understand completely. 7 concludes. Cloud services for extending and modernizing legacy apps. pairs, where the key is a word from the text file and the value is 1: A reducer then sums the values for each key and writes the results to a The MapReduce job If you needed to expand upon that, then yes. JULIA: Video classification and recognition using machine learning. That's amazing. Maybe if you find us at some event, we'll be able to provide you with some. Hadoop is an open source Java implementation of MapReduce. A year after Google published a white paper describing the MapReduce framework, Doug Cutting and Mike Cafarella created Apache Hadoop. Hi. 2 presents an overview of MapReduce. Well, that was--. So yes. I know a lot of people that will be very happy about that. MARK: AI model for speaking with customers and assisting human agents. Java is a registered trademark of Oracle and/or its affiliates. MARK: MARK: Solution for bridging existing care systems and apps on Google Cloud. See you. On the GCP--on the GCP--yeah. Very cool. I took about 160 images of things that people said that they would hug, and 160 that they wouldn't hug, and used those to train a classifier that we can use on any image to give us some information about whether or not it's a good idea to hug that object. That's a very good question. If you try to run those things on App Engine, how does it work? MARK: My world's a little bit different. Oh, my favorite announcement. Yeah. Yeah, okay. FRANCESC: ROMIN: Yeah. Francesc and MARK: Yeah, that--. Data integration for building and managing data pipelines. Options for running SQL Server virtual machines on Google Cloud. FRANCESC: It kind of does it for you. text file. MARK: Self-service and custom developer portal creation. TODD: Fully managed, native VMware Cloud Foundation software stack. So what we did was I actually sent out a survey to my team, asking them to tell them--tell me what are examples of things that they would or wouldn't hug. Yeah. That sounds good. It's pretty cool. You can--you can go and create the--. Platform for defending against threats to your Google Cloud assets. Usage recommendations for Google Cloud products and services. MIKE: I am Francesc Campoy, and I'm here with my colleague, Mark Mandel. That was--I think epic is actually the right word for it. Coming from a responsible--for the security for Google Cloud Platform--sounds pretty normal. Domain name system for reliable and low-latency name lookups. So shall we get started with the interviews from our speakers? Right? AI-driven solutions to build and scale games faster. In the not-hug category, we got things like sharks' teeth, broken glass, puffer fish. Stuff like that. Pleasure. We were. MARK: Yeah. Yeah. It was Go-related. So--. And you work for Cloud Technology Partners? So we interviewed a whole bunch of people--like, three-minute, five-minute, ten-minute interviews at GCPNext. And yeah. Web-based interface for managing and monitoring cloud apps. Compute, storage, and networking options to support any workload. Open Source Software advocate working in the Cloud Big Data team at Google. In this video That was great. Right? I uploaded a picture of an octopus from an aquarium. Yeah, yeah. FRANCESC: FRANCES: MARK: ROMIN: A year after Google published a white paper describing the MapReduce framework, Doug Cutting and Mike Cafarella created Apache Hadoop. So we are on Twitter We're pretty active on Twitter. Database services to migrate, manage, and modernize data. But the data flow stuff just makes life so much easier. Speech synthesis in 220+ voices and 40+ languages. JULIA: Is it specifically HTPS, or do you have the same protection on, like, HTTP and--. TODD: MIKE: How you doing? Proactively plan and prioritize workloads. We got to have a really good chat about it, so--. You know, trusted hardware, trusted boot. FRANCESC: We had a lot of new ideas that we kept doing, but it was this really homogenous environment, right? Service for training ML models with structured data. MARK: Limited edition. I think it makes that noise too. MARK: Each row key is a word from the That is awesome. That's the inviter that they can go in on, and they'll be able to connect from there. Content delivery network for delivering web and video. MARK: FRANCESC: FRANCESC: Reimagine your operations and unlock new opportunities. Data storage, AI, and analytics solutions for government agencies. So we were just up there, talking about our bid for the consolidated audit trail. And Eric Schmidt's, you know, vision of the future for app development was interesting, so we'll see. More about the functional programming roots to MapReduce paradigm can be found in Section 2.1 of Data-Intensive Text Processing with MapReduce paper. Well, thank you very much for joining me, Francesc. GPUs for ML, scientific computing, and 3D visualization. (Consulter le 23/12/ 2014). It was just nonstop. Map. MIKE: JULIA: FRANCESC: So in our talk yesterday, and Frances just mentioned this, the mapreduce paper kind of set off two parallel streams, and one at Google ultimately led to cloud Data Flow, and another was the open source community took the mapreduce paper and created just a whole ecosystem around it. MIKE: What does that really mean? Yeah. FRANCESC: Command-line tools and libraries for Google Cloud. Private Docker storage for container images on Google Cloud. FRANCESC: They asked us to show surprise, and I think we showed surprise. James Malone is a Product Manager and an FIS is the world's largest financial services technology firm. Are you gonna be anywhere special anytime soon? That was really, really interesting. So at Google, I'm responsible for security and privacy engineering. Yes. MARK: Yeah, yeah. FRANCESC: Do you want to give us a little, brief overview of what it is you're talking about? So it's GCPPodcast. I know. Containerized apps with prebuilt deployment and unified billing. This is A, completely unintuitive to me. Chrome OS, Chrome Browser, and Chrome devices built for business. We announced a lot of things about machine learning yesterday. Frances Perry is a software engineer who likes to make big data processing easy, intuitive, and efficient. Our customer-friendly pricing means more overall value to your business. Man--. Sure. MARK: Bigtable, Cloud Dataflow and BigQuery enable this process. Well, I demoed, you know, some visualization tools, and I think there was--there was one they showed in the keynote. We present a novel columnar storage representation for nested records and discuss experiments on few-thousand node instances of the system. MARK: Hi, Mike. We interviewed a bunch of people from Instrument, the company that helped us build those demos, and it was really amazing, to the point that if you go to our Twitter page, Twitter.com/GCPPodcast, you will see that we changed our picture, and now we actually have a picture taken with a model booth. MARK: NAT service for giving private instances internet access. Very cool. Main content, we're gonna be doing interviews with speakers. Me too. FRANCESC: Tools for automating and maintaining system configurations. MARK: Cloud Data product is--it's built around a different set of open source tools. FRANCESC: You know, sometimes, they're labeled IOT. Well, thank you so much, Julia, for being here, taking the time to talk to us today. Very cool. So that makes--that makes Francesc very, very happy. Fully managed environment for running containerized apps. Sounds good. Important thing is that all the Go routines will be stopped when the HTTP handler finishes. Yes. Data analytics tools for collecting, analyzing, and activating BI. MARK: GCP partner panel: Learnings from real world cloud migration, Data Processing & OSS: The NEXT Generation, Build smart applications with your new superpower: cloud machine learning, Analyzing market events at 34M reads/sec and 22M writes/sec with NoOps on GCP. So it's out there on GetHub, and now, we have an alpha program for service support to run it on cloud data flow on the fully managed service. Yeah. MARK: FRANCESC: Could you tell us a little bit more about what kind of products you use with them and what kind of--what is your favorite product, or the favorite product for your customers, actually? FRANCESC: What results did you get at the end of it that were either more interesting or surprising, that you may not have been expecting? And so far, the only language that they support is Java, so I actually write. Infrastructure to run specialized workloads on Google Cloud. So the good is, you know, that people are moving fast to the cloud. FRANCESC: The Big Data revolution was started by the Google's Paper on MapReduce (MR). JAMES: Kubernetes-native resources for declaring CI/CD pipelines. That was very cool, and I heard the audience clapping to that. MIKE: Yeah. You know, the usual suspects. Virtual network for Google Cloud resources and cloud-based services. Yeah. It was absolutely fantastic, and I'll see you next week. Deployment and development management for APIs on Google Cloud. I mean, originally, it was all about, you know, kind of the future of development, and you know, with all these high-level services. MARK: Yeah. Right. Yeah We were very--we're very, very good at being surprised. Managed Service for Microsoft Active Directory. This section describes each phase in detail. So you'll be able to actually not only follow the market, but actually understand what goes on? Thank you so much. That's not something that we allow. MIKE: MARK: Definitely. No-code development platform to build and extend applications. I thought that was amazing, so--. That's a game-changer in my eyes. Cloud network options based on performance, availability, and cost. Thank you. Mark interview some of the FRANCESC: Real-time application state inspection and in-production debugging. Data transfers from online and on-premises sources to Cloud Storage. And that's just--it's not a good thing for the well-ordered functioning of our society. Cloudera, Inc. (2009)MapReduce Algorithms,(Consulter le 23/12/ 2014). I might have to do that. Hybrid and Multi-cloud Application Platform. Should we share the number of interviews we made in only two days? I can never write Java. The talks are organized in the following playlists: Mike Kavis is a VP/Principal Architect at CloudTP, Dashboards, custom reports, and metrics for API performance. What is Distributed Cache in a MapReduce Framework. Right? That MapReduce was the solution to write data processing pipelines scalable to hundreds of terabytes (or more) is evidenced by the massive uptake. Tools and partners for running Windows workloads. And so I believe you're here at GCPNext. And thanks so much to everyone who came by at the table, sat down with us, had a chat, told us about their experiences, what they were building, how they felt about the event. So this next system, the goal is to be able to do that. VPC flow logs for network monitoring, forensics, and security. We love data flow, because we went from, you know, a year ago, the initial prototype used the [inaudible] native Hadoop distribution, which was fine. MIKE: JULIA: Wow. So they're treating Google more like a virtual data center. Unified platform for IT admins to manage user devices and apps. Products to build and use artificial intelligence. Thanks to Roman Irani for coming by the booth and asking such an interesting question. Traffic control pane and management for open service mesh. So hi, Roman. Generally speaking, like, from my experience, it's never really been a huge issue, especially for web stuff. You should touch--, JULIA: Why would you mix--why would you mix product names that have data all in them? MARK: And now, we've got basically two products at Google Cloud Platform to build on that legacy. Speaking--you know, I'm somebody who accidentally hugged a cactus once. FRANCESC: FRANCESC: Right? Thank you. FRANCESC: NIELS: JAMES: ... GCP's data lake is called BigQuery works with blob storage and stores native data in proprietary columnar format called Capacitor. So the Python SDK is out there, because we do all the development in open source. Hey, Mark. Them there, because we have five interviews with speakers you know, so we clear. Chapter for Google Cloud data flow is one of the questions of the week be my other of! 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