Very cool. Thank you. Yeah. I would love to say hi. Yeah, yeah. And Eric Schmidt's, you know, vision of the future for app development was interesting, so we'll see. We were just announcing the results of our new load test. Yeah, yeah. Service for executing builds on Google Cloud infrastructure. FRANCESC: Thanks for taking the time to go by, talk to us, and tell us a little bit about what they were talking and what they thought about the conference. So during the talk, I essentially said, "You know, trust and transparency is very important to us. Multi-cloud and hybrid solutions for energy companies. Thank you very much for joining me today and joining me for GCPNext. for Google Cloud Platform (like Mark and I!) Migration solutions for VMs, apps, databases, and more. Tracing system collecting latency data from applications. Nothing serious. That's amazing. So for the second part of the question, which is when we're gonna use Go on App Engine or on Compute Engine, what I can say is if you're doing web server stuff, I would always go with App Engine. TODD: Yeah. We announced a lot of things about machine learning yesterday. Speech recognition and transcription supporting 125 languages. It was--lots of--lots of lots of lots of interviews. FRANCES: Cloud Bigtable table that you specified. So I'm curious. Containerized apps with prebuilt deployment and unified billing. Real-time application state inspection and in-production debugging. Like, you're getting that automatically, which is really cool. Thank you so much for coming and talking to us. Yeah. And an e-mail, hello@GCPPodcast.com. Below is a simple Python 2 program using the map / reduce functions. FRANCESC: Bye. Cloud--cloud computing, you name it. JULIA: Metadata service for discovering, understanding and managing data. Tools for automating and maintaining system configurations. Command line tools and libraries for Google Cloud. Interactive data suite for dashboarding, reporting, and analytics. TODD: VPC flow logs for network monitoring, forensics, and security. And I assume that's what you were talking about in your session today? Clouds, dandelions, and pillows. TODD: FRANCESC: Yeah. MARK: FRANCESC: So far, when I--what I do is I start with App Engine by default, and if I cannot really do it on App Engine, but it's really, really close--it's, like, a small thing, then I consider Manage VMs. Thank you very much for joining us. I think this might be new. I bet it did. FRANCESC: And the challenge is most of these enterprises are just figuring out what cloud is. FRANCES: Naturally. GoogleCloudPlatform/cloud-bigtable-examples, java/dataproc-wordcount/src/main/java/com/example/bigtable/sample/WordCountHBase.java. The idea is that you send your computation to were you data is. Limited edition. So I know you were speaking about some interesting stuff here at GCPNExt. FRANCESC: Cloud-native document database for building rich mobile, web, and IoT apps. Go for it. We are also--we have a web page. Oh, my God. GCP Cloud Engineer, Skill:GCP Cloud Engineer New York : Job Requirements :WORK LOCATION : NEW YORK, NY ( NOW REMOTE FOR 3-4 MONTHS) START DATE : ASAP DURATION : 6 - 12 MONTHS. Yeah We were very--we're very, very good at being surprised. But the URL--the URL library, actually--the URL fetch library also provides an HTTP client, if you need to. They’re local. Should we share the number of interviews we made in only two days? Yeah. FRANCESC: It's--you can only run Go, and actually, on top of that, you cannot use the unsafe package, because the unsafe package is not really safe, hence the name. MARK: It was just nonstop. How Google is helping healthcare meet extraordinary challenges. Yeah. MARK: Continuous integration and continuous delivery platform. Yeah. So if people listen to the speaker interviews that are about to come up, and they want to see the presentations, they should be online, and all the other stuff too--keynotes from Sundai Pichai, from everyone else--. Platform for modernizing existing apps and building new ones. It's not like we've got a team of thousands of developers out there. FRANCESC: NEIL: Platform for discovering, publishing, and connecting services. So yes. Well, thanks again to all of those speakers that took the time to go by the Google Cloud Platform Podcast booth at GCPNext. That would be awesome. So yeah. Cloud Dataflow and its OSS counterpart Apache Beam are amazing tools for Big Data. 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. Excellent. Resources and solutions for cloud-native organizations. Threat and fraud protection for your web applications and APIs. Yeah. So what is the cool thing of the week, then? Yeah, if you really needed to. FRANCESC: No-code development platform to build and extend applications. White Paper: An Inside Look at Google BigQuery Network monitoring, verification, and optimization platform. Usage recommendations for Google Cloud products and services. The MapReduce job Okay. Yeah. FIS is the world's largest financial services technology firm. MARK: Cheers. MARK: Very cool. Absolutely. Julia Ferraioli is a Developer Advocate You know, un-phishable user identities with, you know, hardware second factor, and then gave some examples of how customers can leverage that on top of Google Cloud Platform. We're also on slack. But I think the realization comes--is you've got to get people on a platform first. MARK: FRANCESC: Thank you. All right. This example uses Hadoop to perform a simple MapReduce job that counts the number of times a word appears in a text file. In the nineteenth episode of this podcast, your hosts FRANCESC: MIKE: What is your question? we dive into the proposed system architecture and show how products like Cloud Right? And are you looking basically to leverage the power of the cloud and, like, certain aspects--maybe computers, maybe machine learning, other things that you can expand that sort of power of computation for it? That's amazing. MARK: This section describes each phase in detail. Oh, yeah, yeah. MARK: JULIA: FRANCESC: So that makes--that makes Francesc very, very happy. The MapReduce logic appears ROMIN: Do you want to give us a little, brief overview of what it is you're talking about? So--. Dedicated hardware for compliance, licensing, and management. Can you tell a bit more--where is the--that data's protection coming and taking place for Google Cloud Platform? 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. Sort of a commodity. But I think those might be my other favorite of Next. I will be one of them. Sounds good. text file. Didn't actually get that, but you know, months to the same thing. FRANCESC: So I trained the classifier over things like puppies, kittens. And just so we're clear too, because this is something I'm interested in. FRANCESC: MIKE: I'm pretty sure it is. Data transfers from online and on-premises sources to Cloud Storage. Yes. NIELS: Rapid Assessment & Migration Program (RAMP). James Malone is a Product Manager and an Praveen) MapReduce is supposed to be for batch processing and not for online transactions. Within Google, we just have a few file formats, a few language, and some very standardized tooling. Workflow orchestration for serverless products and API services. Not because there's no service, but because you don't really care about them anymore. Is it, like, our container engine, or do you move them to a pension, or how does that work? Very cool. But the playground--like, I loved the playground. Yep. Well, you know, since I started working on cloud, I've always been enamored with BigQuery. Iconic companies from both the public and the private sector — such as Netflix, AirBNB, Spotify, Expedia, PBS, and many, many more — rely on cloud Cool. Open banking and PSD2-compliant API delivery. FRANCESC: FRANCESC: Frances Perry is a software engineer who likes to make big data processing easy, intuitive, and efficient. MARK: So a neural network modeling the huggability of stuff. So that you get, like, a nice spectrum. Data Flow. You know, trusted hardware, trusted boot. NEIL: MARK: MARK: NAT service for giving private instances internet access. FRANCES: BigQuery. so you're able to sort of leverage that wider community to help build upon that platform. So for people that are doing that shifting and lifting, I'm assuming that lots of them did just move to Google Compute Engine. Very nice. JULIA: Yeah. MARK: Service for distributing traffic across applications and regions. FRANCESC: Yeah. That was pretty epic. 6 discusses related work, and Sect. MARK: If you had to pick one that was your favorite, which one would you pick? There's probably 30 or 40 different logos, and Cloud Data Product is designed to allow people to take advantage of that open source ecosystem, but it combines that open source ecosystem with Google Cloud Platform. And that's a common problem I have as well. (Image source: Google Dremel Paper) BigQuery vs. MapReduce. And I think I'm not forgetting any. So yeah. MIKE: Researchers across Google are innovating across many domains. Service for creating and managing Google Cloud resources. That's right. MARK: MARK: 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? MARK: MARK: So they created Apache Hidoop, Apache Spark, PegHive. Did you get the chance to play a little bit with the playground activities? For the next years or so. FRANCESC: Object storage for storing and serving user-generated content. Virtual machines running in Google’s data center. Kubernetes-native resources for declaring CI/CD pipelines. That was actually lots of fun. You know, and we built this stuff. MARK: So many things. FRANCESC: Romin Irani asked when to use App Engine with Go. You know, the usual suspects. I uploaded a picture of an octopus from an aquarium. Virtual network for Google Cloud resources and cloud-based services. We have five interviews with a bunch of speakers. It's pretty cool. GCPPodcast.com. MARK: This is the next generation stock market reconstruction system that the SEC is looking to put together. Traffic control pane and management for open service mesh. Thank you. Paper 143. 29. NoSQL database for storing and syncing data in real time. FRANCESC: Messaging service for event ingestion and delivery. Thank you so much. Julia, how are you doing today? We've been joined by two speakers here at our table, James Malone and Francis Perry. That's a great team. I've actually been running between sessions, and we have a booth here, so I've been kind of going back and forth between that. FRANCESC: I know. Thanks. Sect. But yeah. speakers at GCP Next 2016 from the conference floor. NEIL: Right? Awesome. 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. Thought what I really mean is getting them to use more high-value API, so getting them to use, like, [inaudible], getting them to use BigQuery, Data Flow--you know, all those services, where you no longer have to focus on the infrastructure and the plumbing. and Todd Ricker is a Principal Engineer So at Google, I'm responsible for security and privacy engineering. FRANCESC: Speaking--you know, I'm somebody who accidentally hugged a cactus once. Right? University of Maryland, College ParkManuscript prepared,(Consulter le 23/12/ 2014). Very cool. Content delivery network for serving web and video content. Slack. We hit peak of about--reads 38 gigs a second, writes about 22 gigs a second going through So it's pretty smoking. MARK: 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. Speed up the pace of innovation without coding, using APIs, apps, and automation. MARK: MARK: Solution for analyzing petabytes of security telemetry. software world with Data Processing & OSS: The NEXT Generation. Yeah. NEIL: Solution for bridging existing care systems and apps on Google Cloud. Well, so the load balancer, you know, does HTTP and HTTPS, but you know, to be perfectly honest, look, you know, if you're running on the Internet these days, you'd better protect yourself with TLS. Automated tools and prescriptive guidance for moving to the cloud. It was. MARK: It was absolutely fantastic, and I'll see you next week. I like that a lot. Upgrades to modernize your operational database infrastructure. JULIA: Application error identification and analysis. How are you doing? and she told us how to use machine Wow. JULIA: FRANCESC: Tell us a little bit about it. 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. FRANCESC: JAMES: Excellent. MARK: It's gonna give me some best practices and some boxes to explain what certain things are," and then I can be like, "Boop, boop, boop," and then--yeah, and then there we go. Tools for app hosting, real-time bidding, ad serving, and more. And actually, during the talk, I, you know, got to share a little bit that we have extended that protection also. Fully managed open source databases with enterprise-grade support. MARK: Well, how about you? CPU and heap profiler for analyzing application performance. JULIA: FRANCESC: So I'm intimately familiar with things that you shouldn't hug. Not really. App to manage Google Cloud services from your mobile device. Yeah. JULIA: AI model for speaking with customers and assisting human agents. FRANCESC: You can go and create a cluster of, like, 100 computers all tied together and do some awesomely parallel data processing on them. So it sounds like you use a variety of Google Cloud Platform tools at the moment. I am Francesc Campoy, and I'm here with my colleague, Mark Mandel. Guides and tools to simplify your database migration life cycle. NEIL: Coming right off the stage, we have Julia Ferraioli joining us here at the table. I am great. We are also on Google Plus at PlusGCPPodcast. That is--that is amazing. A year after Google published a white paper describing the MapReduce framework, Doug Cutting and Mike Cafarella created Apache Hadoop. MARK: Yeah. Yeah. Totally. MARK: And so really, it's all prototype to say, you know, "We can handle the level of data you're talking about." TODD: FRANCESC: No. Yeah, that--. Mine too. Streaming analytics for stream and batch processing. They asked us to show surprise, and I think we showed surprise. In Google's MapReduce paper, they have a backup task, I think it's the same thing with speculative task in Hadoop. FRANCESC: Then, you will need to move to manage VMs, for instance. So when you say cloud migration, is that specifically, like, moving from one cloud provider to another? Cloud Data product is--it's built around a different set of open source tools. So this next system, the goal is to be able to do that. Remote work solutions for desktops and applications (VDI & DaaS). Add that capability into the--into the system. Today, it's the GCPNext episode. Yeah. I'm going--I'm gonna go to DevRelCon, which is a conference for Dev Rellers--Developer Relations Engineers in San Francisco. FRANCESC: Well, if we don't say BigTable, Carter will kill us. FRANCESC: Solutions for collecting, analyzing, and activating customer data. This is A, completely unintuitive to me. What about you, Neil? Conference: 2019 10th International Conference on Computing, Communication and Networking Technologies (ICCCNT) So when it comes to Go, are there any restrictions for Go on App Engine, or what would be certain scenarios in which Go on App Engine is probably preferred, compared to Go on maybe a computer engine directly? You can learn more about Google Cloud Platform security here. Nothing serious. MARK: 2 presents an overview of MapReduce. FRANCESC: FRANCESC: Yeah. There is no grade penalty for a missed deadline, so you can work at your own pace if … FRANCESC: Really moving up to another level of abstraction. So I did two tests. So--. Yeah. MIKE: So we interviewed a whole bunch of people--like, three-minute, five-minute, ten-minute interviews at GCPNext. In 2010 Hadoop was released. Sometimes, they're labeled BigData. Yeah. queries can be easily translated into MapReduce.) FRANCESC: So since we're here at GCPNExt, I'm assuming you had a look at the--all the announcements, the keynotes--what was your favorite part? Map. Yes. So we've got for our listeners today, I think, a bunch of interviews that we did with speakers at the event. That was great. I would've never thought of this. AI-driven solutions to build and scale games faster. What does that really mean? So you'll be able to actually not only follow the market, but actually understand what goes on? JAMES: I actually watched three of the talks already. No. We have shown experimental results of … Hybrid and multi-cloud services to deploy and monetize 5G. Yeah. Data warehouse for business agility and insights. Right? That is good. 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. MARK: That's great. Best Practices for Using Amazon EMR. Yeah. MapReduce is a programming paradigm invented at Google, one which has become wildly popular since it is designed to be applied to Big Data in NoSQL DBs, in data and disk parallel fashion - resulting in **dramatic** processing gains.. MapReduce works like this: 0. MIKE: So what we were really trying to do is do an image classification problem. FRANCESC: Mike discusses how people migrate to Google Cloud Platform and how they evolve once on it. That is awesome. But it's nice to see where--you know, because right now, machine learning is an art and a science. In this video It could be, but normally, it's moving from on-prem to the cloud, and the biggest use case is always, you know, "We have 20 data centers WE got to get to three by X date," which is usually very aggressive. The code sample provides a simple command-line interface that takes one or more Each row contains a cf:count column, which contains the number of FRANCESC: FRANCESC: MARK: MIKE: You should hug that. But I know the keynotes were pretty amazing. So time will tell. MIKE: MARK: We challenge conventions and reimagine technology so that everyone can benefit. Platform for creating functions that respond to cloud events. 2 OVERVIEW OF MAPREDUCE MARK: FRANCES: ROMIN: FRANCESC: So they made some really cool announcements on price cuts and architecture with how BigQuery actually works yesterday, and I'm not an expert, so I can't tell--I can't diagram it out for you in any way. I will write Java for it. Karthika Renuka Dhanaraj, Visalakshi Palaniswami. MARK: Whether your business is early in its journey or well on its way to digital transformation, Google Cloud's solutions and technologies help chart a path to success. Connectivity options for VPN, peering, and enterprise needs. MARK: NEIL: FRANCESC: Very good. Actually, what was your favorite part? Yeah. We're very happy about that. Their talk covers how FIS & Google are working to build a next-generation stock No. MARK: Oh, cool. Yeah. Are you gonna be anywhere special anytime soon? How huggable are things?" Google File System (GFS or GoogleFS, not to be confused with the GFS Linux file system) is a proprietary distributed file system developed by Google to provide efficient, reliable access to data using large clusters of commodity hardware.The last version of Google File System codenamed Colossus was released in 2010. But the data flow stuff just makes life so much easier. So you still have the--that scalability and the close-to-zero management, but you're--but you're now using C or the file system or whatever you need, and otherwise, yeah. Dataflow team. So we're pretty much using every piece of GCP. Big Data. Yep. I'm doing just fine. Let me explain to you how we have built Google's infrastructure to be secure, and then relate to you what that means, you know, as a customer for running on top of GCP. Amazon has made working with Hadoop a lot easier. Perfect. But what it can't do is tell you if you should hug it. Stuff like that. Security policies and defense against web and DDoS attacks. Sensitive data inspection, classification, and redaction platform. Thank you. Neil Palmer is the CTO at FIS We're definitely, I think, gonna feed in a bunch of content into episodes past this one--. FRANCES: A little over a year later, Apache Hadoop was created. MIKE: Wonderful. JAMES: NEIL: FRANCESC: Yeah. 7 concludes. We had all our gear there, and yeah. NEIL: Francesc, how are you doing? NEIL: Not only cloud data flow, but data--. 10+ years of experience in data area like Cloud(GCP/AWS/Azure), Data warehouse, big data lake, ETL, data quality & etc. We’re just gonna roll it through. It's nice to be here. And so I believe you're here at GCPNext. Yeah. So we're here with Mike Kavis. FRANCESC: FRANCES: FRANCESC: Add intelligence and efficiency to your business with AI and machine learning. Compliance and security controls for sensitive workloads. Me too. FRANCESC: (Consulter le 23/12/ 2014). Well, okay. Cool. Integration that provides a serverless development platform on GKE. MARK: Services for building and modernizing your data lake. In this paper, we describe the architecture and implementation of Dremel, and explain how it complements MapReduce-based computing. FHIR API-based digital service production. Health-specific solutions to enhance the patient experience. Pay only for what you use with no lock-in, Pricing details on each Google Cloud product, View short tutorials to help you get started, Deploy ready-to-go solutions in a few clicks, Enroll in on-demand or classroom training, Jump-start your project with help from Google, Work with a Partner in our global network, Installing the Cloud SDK for Cloud Bigtable, Differences between HBase and Cloud Bigtable, Installing the HBase shell for Cloud Bigtable, Using Cloud Bigtable with Cloud Functions, Getting started with the client libraries. 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. Yeah, yeah. FRANCESC: You know, sometimes, they're labeled IOT. Sure. Anytime. App protection against fraudulent activity, spam, and abuse. Important thing is that all the Go routines will be stopped when the HTTP handler finishes. So of course I love it. This was true within Google as well as outside of Google in the form of Hadoop/MapReduce (for some “Hadoop” and “data science” are synonyms). And looking forward to the--towards that video. Hi, Mike. JAMES: And we will be talking to Julian in a little bit too. I've been running--some of the security conversations are very important to me, and so some of the talks from Niels Provos were great. Automate repeatable tasks for one machine or millions. Jimmy Lin and Chris Dyer (April 2010)Data-Intensive Text Processing with MapReduce. That was very cool. MARK: MIKE: Yeah, yeah. Server and virtual machine migration to Compute Engine. MARK: JULIA: Tools for monitoring, controlling, and optimizing your costs. One of the issues with the current stock market and the regulatory systems is there's a lot of them. Awesome. Open Source Software advocate working in the Cloud Big Data team at Google. Niels Provos is a distinguished engineer working on FRANCESC: MIKE: Yeah. Yeah. We built--we built App--was essentially a month with a team of about six people. I was so happy to see so many cool, interactive things that people could, like, look at, from the Datacenter 360 to the motor booth, where they could sort of interact with the vision API or the vision bots. 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. MIKE: and his current areas of focus are IoT, Big Data, and containers. Compute instances for batch jobs and fault-tolerant workloads. Right. So it's, "Get what I have in the cloud." Data storage, AI, and analytics solutions for government agencies. This paper discusses various MapReduce applications like Wordcount, Pi, TeraSort, Grep in Cloud based Hadoop. All right. If you weren't at the event, we--how many interviews did we do? FRANCESC: Service catalog for admins managing internal enterprise solutions. and a data processing infrastructure geek at Google working in the Cloud Tool to move workloads and existing applications to GKE. JULIA: MARK: I prefer Python. Each row key is a word from the FRANCESC: MARK: My world's a little bit different. Very cool. Computing, data management, and analytics tools for financial services. ... GCP's data lake is called BigQuery works with blob storage and stores native data in proprietary columnar format called Capacitor. Even then, you could do that with Manage VMs. MARK: Deployment option for managing APIs on-premises or in the cloud. NIELS: Solutions for content production and distribution operations. Sure. The data from a MapReduce Job can be fed to a system for online processing. FRANCESC: Naturally. 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. Yes. Intelligent behavior detection to protect APIs. Don't hug that." FHIR API-based digital service formation. Cloud services for extending and modernizing legacy apps. Machine learning and AI to unlock insights from your documents. Right? Interactive shell environment with a built-in command line. All right? If you have a question you would like to hear answered, please send us an email with the question, and we’ll endeavour to answer it on the show. Very interesting. Yeah. 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