This week in Google Cloud —“Endpoints, gRPC, websockets, and some rightsizing”
In Case You Missed It (ICYMI)
- Google Cloud publication on Medium.com — medium.com/google-cloud. Much more than what’s featured in this weekly recap.
- GCP Community Tutorials — cloud.google.com/community/tutorials. Request new tutorials or write and submit your own (the flow is github-based).
On Google Cloud blogs
- Going multi-cloud with Google Cloud Endpoints and AWS Lambda
- The HTTP(S) Load Balancer now supports WebSockets. Transparently
- Manage your gRPC APIs with Google Cloud Endpoints. A single API and multiple formats gRPC and JSON-HTTP/1.1 with Cloud Endpoints.
- How to build a BI dashboard using Google Data Studio and BigQuery
- Top 5 tips for migrating your data warehouse to Google BigQuery
- Better VM Rightsizing Recommendations with the Stackdriver Agent
- How to secure rendering workloads on GCP
GCP elsewhere on the interwebs
- Machine Learning Explained in Three Easy Steps (mcohen.io)
- Tutorial: Use Google Cloud Spanner with Spring Boot, JPA and Hibernate (olavloite.github.io)
- Scaling Dedicated Game Servers with Kubernetes: Part 1 — Containerising and Deploying (compoundtheory.com)
- Try gRPC Swift in Google Cloud Shell (github.com)
- YeSQL? How a Spanner changes the toolbox (medium.com)
- Running Cloud Dataflow jobs from an App Engine app (amygdala.github.io)
- Partnering on open source: Terraform and GCP (YouTube.com)
Press and other GCP-related content
- Google Cloud’s Diane Greene thinks it has ‘a pretty good shot’ of overtaking AWS in five years (geekwire.com)
- Caching out of Hadoop: How New York Times Embraces New Technology (thenewstack.io)
- Google is aiming to steal Amazon cloud customers in the media industry (cnbc.com)
- Google cuts Zync cloud media rendering prices by up to 31%(venturebeat.com)
- Cloud Foundry on GCP — How British charity Comic Relief processed millions of UK pounds in seven hours on Red Nose Day (blog.google)
- Google’s real Kubernetes magic is all about community, not code (techrepublic.com)
Finally, this week’s screenshot is taken from the “Rightsizing Recommendations” post :
That’s it for this week!