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Navneet Joneja
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More Dev, Less Op

How and why Cord went with #GoLang  on #AppEngine  on +Google Cloud Platform. Great analysis of considerations, paths not taken, and conclusions.

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Google cloud shell looks useful, 5GB persisted home directory free till 2016.  https://cloud.google.com/cloud-shell/
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Google Cloud Platform's latest region, us-east1 in South Carolina, just opened its doors.

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This spring, we introduced Preemptible VMs so that our Compute Engine customers could save more on compute-intensive workloads. Starting today, Preemptible VMs are GA, so getting your work done (and sticking to your budget) is a little easier. http://goo.gl/IQWN6b
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Google Cloud offers a compute platform for any size workload, so it’s easy to scale out and scale up. Today we’re making two scaling capabilities available to all of our customers — Compute Engine Autoscaler and 32-core VMs. http://goo.gl/IFFNoP
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No matter the deployment environment, +Cloudera Enterprise makes #Hadoop faster and easier. Today you can start using Cloudera’s platform to manage your Hadoop deployments on Google Cloud. Learn how to get started with Cloudera Director: http://goo.gl/Eh7ozw
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For VFX artists, deadlines work a little differently. The closer the deadline, the more rendering that needs to be done. Our hybrid setup with +Avere Systems speeds up intensive tasks like rendering, so creative studios like Framestore can deliver the next summer blockbuster on time. http://goo.gl/0mwXLT
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Deployment Manager makes deployments easy and repeatable.
Cloud Deployment Manager makes it easier to deploy the VMs, networks, and storage you need to power your applications. Now you can focus on defining what you want to create, instead of every little deployment step. http://goo.gl/ENokjY
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Compute Engine + Local SSD + Helium = 1 million ops / sec - on a single instance.
How Levyx used Helium to enable multi-million ops/sec on a single Compute Engine instance: http://goo.gl/G8ErFc
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For this year’s #GCPNext events, we built a demo to visualize real-time tweets using +Tableau Software, Google BigQuery, and Twitter’s newly developed Twitter-for-BigQuery connector. Find out how we did it, and try it for yourself: http://goo.gl/aJhL1w
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