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Event Google Cloud Platform Roadshow Hanoi 26/08/2015 at VTC Academy
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Google Cloud Platform Roadshow Hanoi
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At our NEXT events series this summer, I had an opportunity to talk with developers all over the world about what they’re struggling with, and one of the issues that’s always top of mind when evaluating cloud is cost. Not just list prices or discounts — what customers really want to understand is the long-term view of true cloud economics and the fiscal ramifications attached to the myriad of different ways you can build systems today. 

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As software engineers, you want to transform your ideas into product development as quickly as possible, and not be hindered by cumbersome infrastructure. That’s why Google Cloud Platform is designed to help developers build, test and deploy applications on Google’s highly-scalable and reliable infrastructure. 

 At Google, we understand that tasks like signing up for a trial, creating virtual machines, or even just launching a Wordpress application should be easy and readily available at your fingertips. Therefore, we rounded up our team of developer advocates and put together a how-to-guide on some of the most common tasks and questions asked by users who are starting on the Google Cloud Platform.

 Conducted in the form of a step-by-step demonstration, we are pleased to invite you to join our webinar on Getting Started with Google Cloud Platform, available in 3 time zones to developers around the world.

 Webinar: Getting Started with Google Cloud Platform
Duration : 30 minutes

 Topics:
1. Setting up your Google Cloud Platform Account
2. Using the Cloud Launcher to quickly deploy Wordpress
3. Using the pricing calculator to estimate pricing
4. Configuring Firewalls and Networks
5. How to setup a custom stack
6. Backups, Increasing Disk Capacity, and Upgrading Servers
7. Turning off the lights

 We are hosting the same webinar content in the following time zones:

 Americas
Tuesday, 28 July 2015
11:00 AM PT

 Europe, Middle East and Africa
Wednesday, 29 July 2015
10:00 AM (UK), 11:00 AM (France), 12:00 PM (Israel) 

 Asia Pacific
Thursday, 30 July 2015
10:30AM (India), 1:00 PM (Singapore/Hong Kong), 3:00PM (Sydney, AEDT)

Also, if you want to follow along with Sandeep in your own Google Cloud Platform account, you can start your Free Trial here. It’s absolutely free, and gets you up and running immediately. We look forward to showing you what Google Cloud Platform can do for you.

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The goal of Google Cloud Storage Nearline is to provide organizations with a simple, low-cost, fast-response storage service with quick data backup, retrieval and access. Given the increased amount of data produced by users, it's no surprise that organizations are becoming “data hoarders" as they can no longer afford to throw data away. Indeed, it’s critical for organizations to conduct analysis against this data to gain market intelligence and stay competitive. 

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On behalf of the community, it’s our pleasure to announce that Kubernetes, the open source container orchestration system, has reached the v1 milestone (GitHub).  This important release, built by over 400 contributors, means Kubernetes is ready for production use.  While this is huge news, there’s still much work remaining to build out the entire container toolset. 

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Today Google is becoming a sponsor of the OpenStack Foundation, an industry effort dedicated to creating an open infrastructure-as-a-service stack for enterprises.  We’re excited to add our expertise in container-oriented computing to one of the most widely-adopted private cloud stacks, while improving interoperability between private and public clouds.

As we look to the future of computing in the enterprise, we see two important trends emerging.

The first is a move towards the hybrid cloud.  Few enterprises can move their entire infrastructure to the public cloud. For most, hybrid deployments will be the norm and OpenStack is emerging as a standard for the on-premises component of these deployments.

The second trend is a move towards container-oriented computing. Google pioneered new patterns around containers, dynamic scheduling, and micro-service architectures.  We did this to solve hard problems building and operating applications at internet scale, but the model translates well to everyday applications and solves long standing problems in operations.  Recently, through the Kubernetes project, we have started bringing these patterns to the open source community.  

We believe that the intersection of these trends is important to businesses everywhere.  By joining forces with the OpenStack Foundation we hope to add container-native patterns to the toolbelt of enterprise developers, and improve interoperability between public and private clouds.  We will be working over the coming months with the community to integrate Kubernetes, as well as complementary container technologies, to create a stronger hybrid cloud.

To learn more about Kubernetes, the open source container orchestration system, visit the website.  For more on our sponsorship of OpenStack, check out their post.

- Posted By Craig McLuckie, Product Manager

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Google Cloud Platform greatly reduces the costs and effort associated with implementing a DR plan.  However, there isn’t a one size fits all solution so we’re pleased to announce that we have released a DR Planning Guide and Cookbook to help you determine how to implement a cost effective solution that fits your business and specific use case.

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When a health check fails, how can you debug it? It's easier to understand how to debug a health check if you know what a correct load-balancing configuration looks like. In this post, I'll walk you through a correct configuration, talk a bit about how health checks work, and then discuss some typical kinds of failures and how to think about debugging health checks in general. I'll assume that you have some experience with load balancing on Compute Engine. If you're new to the subject, first try the steps in Network Load Balancing in the Compute Engine documentation. 

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Compute Engine offers Windows Server 2012 R2 and Windows Server 2008 R2 customers benefits of rapid deployments, increased uptime due to transparent maintenance, cheap and predictable block storage, and best in class Google Cloud Storage Nearline backup. Sharepoint, SQL and Exchange Server, and other Microsoft applications are also available to Compute Engine customers via the Microsoft License Mobility program.

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Google Analytics Premium, the full featured website traffic analytics tool, has been integrated with BigQuery. That means you can have full-resolution Google Analytics logs automatically imported to your BigQuery project several times per day. You can fully utilize this data to realize predictive digital marketing - with better insight into your customers' activities.
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