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Wednesday, July 18, 2018

Google Cloud Newsletter, July 2018 | Don’t miss Next ’18, a three-day global event to inspire, innovate, and educate

A special edition devoted to our flagship cloud conference.
Google Cloud
Next '18: Join us live or online July 24–26.
It's not too late to register for the Google Cloud event of the year in San Francisco.
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Machine learning and AI
Three days of keynotes, hundreds of sessions.
Application development
Machine learning and AI: Six must-see sessions at Google Cloud Next '18.
Application development: Five sessions developers will love.
Hear tech visionaries share how the cloud can transform your business. Featuring Diane Greene, Google Cloud CEO; Urs Hölzle, SVP of cloud infrastructure; Fei-Fei Li, chief scientist; and Prabhakar Raghavan, VP of G Suite.
Learn how Google Cloud solutions can derisk your cloud journey. Featuring engineering and product leaders Brad Calder, Eyal Manor, Gayathri Rajan, Injong Rhee, Rajen Sheth, and Garrick Toubassi.
In our developer keynote, hear from engineering and community leaders Adam Seligman, Melody Meckfessel, Kelsey Hightower, Aja Hammerly, Francis Ma, Ian Barber, Anthony Goldbloom, Yufeng Guo, and Sam O'Keefe.
AI promises great innovations for healthcare. With industry leaders, including Eric Schmidt, technical advisor and board member, Alphabet Inc.; Eric Lander, Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard; Jeff Dean, Google senior fellow.
Where are we headed with computer architecture? 2017 Turing Award Winners John Hennessy, chairman of Alphabet, and David Patterson, distinguished engineer for Google Cloud, point the way.
Join fellow developers for this tournament-style game. Race to complete a series of tasks with Google Cloud technologies.
Set up one-on-one conversations or join prescheduled meetups to chat with experts about developing with Google Cloud technologies.
Attend training courses that cover intermediate to advanced technical topics. Get 20% off when you register for the conference.
Google Next '18 Tokyo
September 19–20
Google Next '18 London
October 10–11
Join live Cloud OnAir webinars held weekly by Google Cloud experts.
Attend Cloud OnBoard, a series of free training events that offer a technical introduction to Google Cloud Platform.
Twitter @brandonbarnett
Registered for basically every @kubernetesio session available at #GoogleNext18. Looking forward to the trip to SF!
Twitter @colleenkbarry
Just finished my #GoogleNext18 session registrations and feeling excited about the content. :D Should be a great mix of @GCPcloud education and #digitalmarketer analytics sessions.
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Wednesday, June 27, 2018

Google Cloud Platform newsletter, June 2018 | Next ’18 is a month away

Preview for what's in store for our flagship conference.
Google Cloud
Newsletter | June 2018
Everyone's welcome. Anything's possible.
With one month to go, the countdown is on.
San Francisco | July 24–26
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Sundar Pichai
Google CEO Sundar Pichai: Our principles on AI.
2018 Gartner IaaS Magic Quadrant
Google named a leader in the 2018 Gartner IaaS Magic Quadrant.
Happy birthday, Kubernetes.
This month marks the fourth anniversary of the first Kubernetes commit. Here's a look at the world's most popular container orchestration platform – and the community behind its success.
The challenge: Launch Dragon Ball Legends to 3M gamers worldwide.
Extreme scalability? Global network? Real-time data analytics? Check, check, and check. Learn how Cloud Spanner and GCP infrastructure let BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment focus on developing their game, not spinning up servers.
Regional clusters on Kubernetes Engine now GA.
Regional clusters, one of the most requested Kubernetes Engine features, joins a host of enterprise enhancements to Kubernetes Engine 1.10, including increased availability and zero-downtime master upgrades.
Building the best ecosystem for SAP HANA.
Ultramem instances that support single-node installations up to 4 TB. Automated deployment. Support for Stackdriver, TensorFlow, and BigQuery. New features and integrations maximize the power of SAP HANA on GCP.
App Engine standard offers fast deployment, auto-scaling, and one-click certificate generation for custom domains. Try it for your Node.js 8 apps.
Which compute option is right for you? A Google compute team member compares Compute Engine, Kubernetes Engine, App Engine, and Cloud Functions to help you find the answer.
Follow along to learn how to build your own high-velocity dev workflow. Go from code to deployment automatically, all while managing versioning, aliasing – and the ability to perform production debugging on the fly.
The team that wrote the book on site reliability engineering offers point-by-point advice for communicating support problems to cloud providers.
See how student scientists use accessible, purpose-built machine learning to trace fire risk – and track endangered whales with whale song.
With GCP as a target environment, you can test, bring up, and close down your DR environment when it's no longer needed.
Join live Cloud OnAir webinars held weekly by Google Cloud experts.
Attend Cloud OnBoard, a series of free training events that offer a technical introduction to GCP.
Twitter @kovasb
Adopting Tensorflow at Twitter has IMO resulted in a phase transition in breadth and depth of ML projects, across the org. Moving faster, thinking bigger, collaborating more easily. Glad to have been involved in the beginning.
Twitter @kellan
Even 6 months ago AWS was the default. This month I haven't talked to a single person who isn't either on Gcloud or in the process of migrating.
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