Das dritte Minor Update für den 5.1-Zweig richtet sich als "Fresh"-Release an Anwender und Unternehmen, die stets die neuesten Funktionen nutzen möchten. Wer vor allem Wert auf hohe Stabilität und Kontinuität legt, kann alternativ zur Version 5.0.6 aus dem "Still"-Zweig greifen.
With Stackdriver Trace, you can automatically analyze your apps running on App Engine to find performance bottlenecks in real-time. It’s generally available, so now’s the time to get started: https://goo.gl/2Q5SeH
VMs are a commodity, right? Well, not quite, there are good VMs and better ones :-). This Fortune article shows how we've brought more innovation to VMs in 2 years than everyone else combined has in ~10 years.
Google Compute Engine (GCE), the infrastructure service of Google Cloud Platform, is a late entrant in the market. Amazon EC2 was announced in 2006 while Microsoft added VMs to Azure in 2012. Google announced the general availability of GCE only in late 2013. Source: Google Despite being the laggard in the IaaS [...]
By 2050, there will be more than 10 billion of us on the planet, depending on farmers to keep us fed. To meet that need, Land O’Lakes looked to the cloud to rethink farming as we know it. Find out how they’re using Google Cloud Platform to connect farmers with data that will help feed the future: https://goo.gl/e1Ahu7
The Polymer library, re-written from the ground up with its 1.0 release last year, helps you build composable, interoperable components to use in your web applications. We'll go over the latest features of the library, show how to use some powerful newly-released components, show how Polymer is used in practice, dive into the cutting-edge tools for shipping component-based applications, reveal a brand-new way to get started building Progressive W...
Google today announced that its Google App Engine platform as a service (PaaS) cloud now has a runtime for the Ruby programming language. It's available in beta, with the tooling available under an open-source Apache license.