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Newsletter | February 2018
Modernizing IT in a Cloud-First World
Experts lead 15+ sessions on topics from cloud migration to Kubernetes.
Americas: March 27 | EMEA and APAC: March 28
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Cloud Foundry on GCP
Cloud Foundry on GCP: Develop, deploy, and scale without limits.
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Pantheon moves to GCP
Migrating 200,000+ sites in two weeks: Pantheon moves to GCP.
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PLATFORM NEWS
Announcing TensorFlow 1.5
Check out the long list of new features and fixes like Eager Execution, which lets you execute operations as soon as they’re called from Python, and CUDA 9 and cuDNN 7 support for GPU acceleration on Windows and Linux.
A Pivotal move: announcing Spring Cloud GCP
Use the fully configured Java objects of Spring Boot to create stand-alone apps based in Spring on GCP. Go from zero to production-grade apps in minutes and, in most cases, without changing code.
GPUs supercharge your Kubernetes Engine workloads
NVIDIA® Tesla® P100 and K80 GPUs are now available for you to unlock massive processing power for compute-intensive workloads – without managing hardware or VMs. Learn about preemptible GPUs and new, lower prices.
New Montreal and Netherlands regions are live – Japan to follow
We bid a warm welkom to the Netherlands and bienvenue to Montreal, GCP’s first Canadian region. Users can experience dramatic improvement in latency – and cost. Up next: Japan’s second region.
RESOURCES
Move and improve: the journey from monoliths to microservices
The second part in our migration series details how moving monolithic apps to a microservices model makes them more agile, resilient, and scalable.
Step-by-step guide to getting Play Framework running on Kubernetes with GCP
Set and deploy a cloud-native app using Play and containers on GCP with this comprehensive guide.
Analyzing genomes for $5 with preemptible VMs and persistent disks
The Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard analyzes and stores over 24 TB per day. See how they cut their costs by 90% on GCP.
Protect Kubernetes Engine from the next Meltdown with foresight – and Forseti
First, enable auto-upgrade for your node pools, then use Forseti’s open-source tools to identify unpatched clusters.
Cloud Dataflow and the Tram Challenge
Processing 10.7 billion records – 27 million records per second – on a 4G network while rolling into Melbourne on a tram? Why not?
Cloud Shell tutorials: learning experiences integrated into the Cloud Console
Create tutorials that launch into the Cloud Console with just the click of a link. Watch a demo of the authoring and user experience.
CLOUD ONAIR
Live webinars held weekly by Google Cloud experts. Visit Cloud OnAir to see all upcoming sessions.
Accelerated Deep Learning Using Cloud TPUs
February 27, 2018, 9 AM PST
Showcase Your Data Stories Online With Google Data Studio
February 27, 2018, 9:45 AM PST
Building for Growth – the Future of Transactional Data Platforms and Systems
February 27, 2018, 10:30 AM PST
UPCOMING WEBINARS
Building a Marketing Analytics Platform With Informatica, Google Cloud, and Looker
February 21, 2018, 10 AM PST
Best Practices for IoT Prototyping
February 22, 2018, 10 AM PST
Cut NAS Costs With the Cloud in Two Simple Steps
February 28, 2018, 11 AM PST
UPCOMING EVENTS
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If you attend, be sure to catch “Extending Elastic Capabilities with Google Cloud Platform.”
February 27–March 1, 2018
OVERHEARD
Twitter@googledevs
“The internet is not complete yet. I believe that only a small percentage of the applications that are possible through the internet have been developed” @vgcerf, Chief Internet Evangelist at @Google, and one of the ‘Founding Fathers of the Internet’ #GoogleLaunchpad
Twitter@gepser
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