... GCP's data lake is called BigQuery works with blob storage and stores native data in proprietary columnar format called Capacitor. Add that capability into the--into the system. Analytics and collaboration tools for the retail value chain. FRANCESC: That--you know, maybe--somebody said, "E--too many hugs," as an error. for Google Cloud Platform (like Mark and I!) Then, Justin Beckwith, PM, Google Cloud Platform--he does a lot of notch AS, talking about how to make his Noogler hat spin through bits by little bits. I was actually checking it out while we were here. Not only cloud data flow, but data--. Go for it. And yeah. FRANCESC: So if you're listening to the podcast and at that event, please, swing by and say hello. So now, there's a big focus on cloud migration. You should touch--, JULIA: FRANCESC: Very good. Private Git repository to store, manage, and track code. Right? Discovery and analysis tools for moving to the cloud. So for people that are doing that shifting and lifting, I'm assuming that lots of them did just move to Google Compute Engine. But I think the realization comes--is you've got to get people on a platform first. Most videos from GCP Next 2016 are already available on YouTube. FRANCESC: So I went out, and I found example images of each of those things. 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. The MapReduce job uses Cloud Bigtable to store the results of the map operation. Guides and tools to simplify your database migration life cycle. MARK: MARK: Neil Palmer is the CTO at FIS FRANCES: That was actually lots of fun. Nothing serious. FRANCESC: Oh, my God. NEIL: That was really, really interesting. JAMES: I'll be wearing my Google Cloud Platform Podcast tee shirt, too. FRANCESC: Thank you so much. MARK: FRANCESC: Custom and pre-trained models to detect emotion, text, more. FRANCES: Hadoop Migration is must have 3+ years of strong GCP Data … FRANCESC: 3 and 4 give, respectively, an informal and formal account of SecureMR. Real-time application state inspection and in-production debugging. FRANCESC: A little over a year later, Apache Hadoop was created. Yeah. MIKE: Wonderful. Two-factor authentication device for user account protection. What is the announcement that you--got you the most excited? MARK: file, and counts how many times each word appears. NIELS: Thank you so much. I think for me--I'm probably biased, because we were sitting right in the middle of the playground. Should we share the number of interviews we made in only two days? ROMIN: But I do need to--I see a Tetris machine over there. Stuff like that. Data Flow. I remember buying appliances, like the [inaudible]. Hey, Francesc. The MapReduce logic appears FRANCESC: So I'm--so that's gonna be, like, five minutes walking. Yeah. FRANCESC: So time will tell. FRANCESC: Yeah. All right? Build smart applications with your new superpower: cloud machine learning. Yes. That's great. Command line tools and libraries for Google Cloud. Wonderful. White Paper: An Inside Look at Google BigQuery That's right. Thank you so much for coming and talking to us. FRANCESC: Platform for creating functions that respond to cloud events. ASIC designed to run ML inference and AI at the edge. That was, like, awesome in the true sense of the word. Cloudera, Inc. (2009)MapReduce Algorithms,(Consulter le 23/12/ 2014). They’re local. JULIA: What does that really mean? FRANCESC: 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. Insights from ingesting, processing, and analyzing event streams. ROMIN: MARK: But what it can't do is tell you if you should hug it. It's pretty cool. Amazon has made working with Hadoop a lot easier. Very cool. MARK: Are you gonna be anywhere special anytime soon? NEIL: Wonderful. James Malone is a Product Manager and an It's kind of hard for people to know what happens when something goes wrong in the stock markets. NIELS: We have shown experimental results of … NEIL: Pretty good. Cheers. But I think those might be my other favorite of Next. Right? Yeah. But the playground--like, I loved the playground. Yeah, yeah. FRANCES: And that's a common problem I have as well. Compute Engine--that could do it when it's not really a web server. MARK: Components to create Kubernetes-native cloud-based software. But--so we love BigTable, and we love data flow. Yeah. this example is in the GitHub repository Block storage for virtual machine instances running on Google Cloud. FRANCESC: More about the functional programming roots to MapReduce paradigm can be found in Section 2.1 of Data-Intensive Text Processing with MapReduce paper. Compliance and security controls for sensitive workloads. 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--. They did. MARK: Yeah. Hadoop was developed based on Google's The Google File System paper and the MapReduce paper. I really enjoyed that. FRANCESC: so you're able to sort of leverage that wider community to help build upon that platform. Yeah. Speed up the pace of innovation without coding, using APIs, apps, and automation. FRANCESC: Yeah. I could say that the biggest restriction is that you can only run one thread. We started with a little history of mapreduce and sort of how that new programming paradigm really changed the way that we do data processing, and then, we talked about how that diverges a little bit. Tools for app hosting, real-time bidding, ad serving, and more. It was 43 interviews. FRANCESC: So I wanted to thank again Brian Dorsey for the amazing equipment that allowed us to record all the things we recorded. 29. This paper discusses various MapReduce applications like Wordcount, Pi, TeraSort, Grep in Cloud based Hadoop. Multi-cloud and hybrid solutions for energy companies. A year after Google published a white paper describing the MapReduce framework, Doug Cutting and Mike Cafarella created Apache Hadoop. In 2004 Google released the famous MapReduce paper, describing how you can do distributed computation using functional programming operations. Remote work solutions for desktops and applications (VDI & DaaS). Generally speaking, like, from my experience, it's never really been a huge issue, especially for web stuff. I like those trips. GPUs for ML, scientific computing, and 3D visualization. Man--. IoT device management, integration, and connection service. NIELS: MARK: And you're trying to make that, you know, so any developer can tap into that. And see you later. We interviewed a bunch of people from Instrument, the company that helped us build those demos, and it was really amazing, to the point that if you go to our Twitter page, Twitter.com/GCPPodcast, you will see that we changed our picture, and now we actually have a picture taken with a model booth. And Go-related. Services for building and modernizing your data lake. MARK: Yeah. You know, the usual suspects. Yeah. FRANCESC: Data flow all the way. And the challenge is most of these enterprises are just figuring out what cloud is. How you doing? So it's GCPPodcast. Nothing serious. So--. JULIA: 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. MARK: Custom machine learning model training and development. It's gonna be fun. You can--you can go and create the--. For example, storage encryption happens by default. NEIL: Yeah. Thank you very much for joining me today and joining me for GCPNext. So I can pretty much go to it and be like, "Okay. Encrypt data in use with Confidential VMs. Streaming analytics for stream and batch processing. Totally. So we're here with Neil Palmer and Todd Ricker from FIS Global, and they just came out of giving an amazing talk. JAMES: NIELS: JAMES: GoogleCloudPlatform/cloud-bigtable-examples, in the directory It was great. NEIL: That's amazing. You're obviously not reading your Google-supplied flash cards. MARK: Oh, I know those. He was actually asking a question, and we decided that could be a great question of the week. But when I uploaded a picture of an octopus that somebody had crocheted--so like, a stuffed animal octopus--that, like, got a really nice score saying, "Yeah. at wix.com during the session Google has, you know, spent many, many years creating a very, very secure platform, and so for GCP, customers are wondering, you know, "What does that mean for us?" Today, it's the GCPNext episode. Messaging service for event ingestion and delivery. I am Francesc Campoy, and I'm here with my colleague, Mark Mandel. You know, triple graphic identities for our jobs. I mean, originally, it was all about, you know, kind of the future of development, and you know, with all these high-level services. Automatic cloud resource optimization and increased security. And Eric Schmidt's, you know, vision of the future for app development was interesting, so we'll see. Right. MapReduce on AWS Lambda V.Giménez-Alventosaa,,GermánMoltó a,MiguelCaballer aInstituto de Instrumentación para Imagen Molecular (I3M) Centro mixto CSIC - Universitat Politècnica de València Camino de Vera s/n, 46022, Valencia Abstract MapReduce is one of the most widely used programming models for analysing large-scale datasets, i.e. times the row key appears in the text file. FRANCESC: Below is a simple Python 2 program using the map / reduce functions. So hi, Roman. That would be awesome. Very much so. Permissions management system for Google Cloud resources. Yeah. So yes. Yeah. Add intelligence and efficiency to your business with AI and machine learning. FRANCESC: human rights, and election monitoring sites for free. FRANCESC: Like, it's not like you're gonna be doing that much stuff. Usage recommendations for Google Cloud products and services. It was a very noisy environment. Cloud-native document database for building rich mobile, web, and IoT apps. Hardened service running Microsoft® Active Directory (AD). So I know is that as of this podcast recording, I will be at Strata. But then, you'd just use task queues. BigQuery. Then, you will need to move to manage VMs, for instance. We are also--we have a web page. Container environment security for each stage of the life cycle. Main content, we're gonna be doing interviews with speakers. Let me know how that goes. Google Cloud Data Product, which is a managed Spark and [inaudible] offering. MARK: Their talk covers how FIS & Google are working to build a next-generation stock FRANCESC: MARK: So that you get, like, a nice spectrum. MARK: Groundbreaking solutions. FRANCESC: MIKE: Relational database services for MySQL, PostgreSQL, and SQL server. MARK: Very, very cool. I would've never thought of this. And yeah, we've actually been receiving more e-mails recently. MIKE: NIELS: Like, if it's a worker doing something like heavy processing, and it takes a long time, and it's communicating through a pop up--stuff like that. But still MapReduce is very slow to run. FRANCES: 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. FRANCESC: MARK: You can learn more about Google Cloud Platform security here. There is a single thread for running Go routines on App Engine, and that's, like, just the one. We have just made the transparency report available last year--last week. FRANCESC: Frances Perry is a software engineer who likes to make big data processing easy, intuitive, and efficient. Hadoop got its own distributed file system called HDFS, and adopted MapReduce for distributed computing. So you can definitely check that out. learning to figure out if the object in a picture should be hugged or not. FRANCESC: FIS is the world's largest financial services technology firm. So we've got for our listeners today, I think, a bunch of interviews that we did with speakers at the event. MARK: This is the next generation stock market reconstruction system that the SEC is looking to put together. MARK: So yeah. MIKE: MARK: FRANCESC: JULIA: Researchers across Google are innovating across many domains. Yeah, yeah. Certifications for running SAP applications and SAP HANA. Yeah. FRANCESC: Monitoring, logging, and application performance suite. MARK: FRANCESC: The auto scaling is a thing of joy to behold. End-to-end migration program to simplify your path to the cloud. To mitigate the challenges associated with a large amount of formatted and semi-formatted data, the large-scale database system BigTable emerged from the Google forge - built on top of MapReduce and GFS. What do you think of BigTable? FRANCESC: Awesome. 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. Prioritize investments and optimize costs. 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. That's just crazy. FRANCESC: Compute, storage, and networking options to support any workload. Virtual network for Google Cloud resources and cloud-based services. So during the talk, I essentially said, "You know, trust and transparency is very important to us. What about competency stuff on Go? FRANCESC: And that's mainly because you're getting all the scaling and zero management for free. Within Google, we just have a few file formats, a few language, and some very standardized tooling. JULIA: TODD: Rehost, replatform, rewrite your Oracle workloads. Encrypt, store, manage, and audit infrastructure and application-level secrets. Excellent. NIELS: MARK: MARK: Bye. TODD: Intelligent behavior detection to protect APIs. One was yours. Reduce cost, increase operational agility, and capture new market opportunities. And now, we've got basically two products at Google Cloud Platform to build on that legacy. Yes. Data import service for scheduling and moving data into BigQuery. NEIL: The first time I heard the architecture described to me, I was like, "Wow. So you cannot have one Go routine that is started by the handler and keeps on running for one hour. 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. Well, my personal favorite is the whole big data suite of things from, you know, Data Flow, pubs, BigQuery--I mean, most--you know, I've been working in data warehouses my whole life, and the hardest part is always getting the data in, and at Google, it's just, you know, a couple APIs and a couple configurations, and that--the hard part's done, and then, you actually focus on getting the results out of the data. FRANCESC: What did you talk about? Deployment option for managing APIs on-premises or in the cloud. Now, my classifier said, "No. You know? FRANCESC: But it was a pretty brilliant visualization tool for BigQuery, and I'm definitely gonna check that out. Infrastructure and application health with rich metrics. which provides DDoS (Distributed Denial of Service) attack protection to independent news, Mike discusses how people migrate to Google Cloud Platform and how they evolve once on it. That's a game-changer in my eyes. Let's go for that. It turned out of be very hard to program in. So in a lot--in a lot of cases, again, they're time crunched. Right? Content delivery network for serving web and video content. Open Source Software advocate working in the Cloud Big Data team at Google. You have to use the URL fetch library. I know. yeah. Great. 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. So you'll be able to actually not only follow the market, but actually understand what goes on? Self-service and custom developer portal creation. In this paper, we describe the architecture and implementation of Dremel, and explain how it complements MapReduce-based computing. yeah. Yeah, yeah. FRANCESC: Data analytics tools for collecting, analyzing, and activating BI. Yep. MARK: Domain name system for reliable and low-latency name lookups. Yeah, yeah. Sort of a foot-in-the-door type of situation. And that--I'm looking forward to that. So many things. That's the inviter that they can go in on, and they'll be able to connect from there. FRANCESC: MIKE: Service to prepare data for analysis and machine learning. Cloud-native relational database with unlimited scale and 99.999% availability. MIKE: Sensitive data inspection, classification, and redaction platform. Yeah, okay. And so essentially, we started from the bottom. That sounds good. Managed environment for running containerized apps. FRANCESC: Cloud network options based on performance, availability, and cost. What else do we have? Back in 2004, network speeds were originally pretty slow, and that’s why data was kept as close as possible to the processor. FRANCES: Limited edition. Hadoop has moved far beyond its beginnings in web indexing, and is now used in many industries for a huge variety of tasks that all share the common theme of volume, velocity and variety of structured, and unstructured data. How are you, Mark? Very cool. map/reduce are functions in the __builtin__ python module. FRANCESC: Perfect. MARK: Network monitoring, verification, and optimization platform. Deployment and development management for APIs on Google Cloud. I will write Java for it. Francesc, how are you doing? Server and virtual machine migration to Compute Engine. Right? FRANCES: Okay. MIKE: Open banking and PSD2-compliant API delivery. It's still not gold, but it's better than Java for me. MARK: Metadata service for discovering, understanding and managing data. Yeah. FRANCESC: FRANCES: Hi, and welcome to episode number 19 of the weekly Google Cloud Platform Podcast. Processes and resources for implementing DevOps in your org. For details, see the Google Developers Site Policies. Very nice. Definitely. University of Maryland, College ParkManuscript prepared,(Consulter le 23/12/ 2014). We built--we built App--was essentially a month with a team of about six people. We had a lot of new ideas that we kept doing, but it was this really homogenous environment, right? Map. 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. 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? FRANCESC: I work very closely with Neil day to day, and I'm a Java developer, Scala developer on the side. MARK: Yeah. Unified platform for IT admins to manage user devices and apps. So there was a--there was what's called the flash crash back in 2010, where several trillion dollars were wiped off the U.S. markets, and then--. Oh, yeah. FRANCESC: And so far, the only language that they support is Java, so I actually write. FRANCESC: That was pretty epic. JAMES: Options for running SQL Server virtual machines on Google Cloud. So I'm assuming you also work with BigTable a little bit? FRANCESC: Conference: 2019 10th International Conference on Computing, Communication and Networking Technologies (ICCCNT) Didn't actually get that, but you know, months to the same thing. Thank you. FRANCES: I see. FRANCES: FRANCESC: JAMES: VPC flow logs for network monitoring, forensics, and security. Platform for discovering, publishing, and connecting services. FRANCESC: FRANCESC: 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. And if you have something which is really similar to web server, but you need something specific that is a limit--like, for instance, you need to use, I don't know, regular expressions, and regular expressions--you want a specific version, written in C, which is something that we have. Niels also talks about Project Shield I think it makes that noise too. Very interesting. Dedicated hardware for compliance, licensing, and management. NIELS: NoSQL database for storing and syncing data in real time. In the nineteenth episode of this podcast, your hosts FRANCESC: Yeah. Thank you very much. JAMES: in the WordCountHBase class. MARK: FRANCESC: No-code development platform to build and extend applications. Proactively plan and prioritize workloads. Teaching tools to provide more engaging learning experiences. Looking forward to it. Mark interview some of the It was a very good presentation. 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