TWiGCP — “EU Transfer Appliance, CERN, Knative progress, and a leadership change”

Here are the main announcements for this past week :

Introducing Transfer Appliance in the EU for cloud data migration” (Google blog). Fighting data gravity with the right tools.

Subatomic particles and big data: Google joins CERN openlab” (Google blog). This sounds like great achievements to come about minuscule things.

Announcing Knative v0.2 Release” (medium.com). Actually v0.2.x with Serving, Build, and now Eventing.

Google Cloud Functions Security: Now With FunctionShield Protection” (puresec.io). Enforce strict security controls on your Google Cloud Functions.

Google Cloud first to offer NVIDIA Tesla T4 GPUs” (Google blog).

Transitioning Google Cloud After Three Great Years” (Google blog). Diane Greene stepping down, Thomas Kurian as new Google Cloud lead.

From the “if you don’t know where to start with Google Data Processing offering” department :

From the “hands-on user reports” department :

From the “fun with datasets” department :

From the “some pro tips from Google” department :

From the “you know what they say about a (good) picture” department :

From the “Beta, GA, or what?” department :

From the “all things multimedia” department :

This week’s picture is Ahmet’s quick sketch explaining Google Cloud Scheduler

That is all for this week!
-Alexis