TWiGCP — “Firestore Goes GA, GKE usage metering, and Kubernetes Spark Operator”

Here are the main stories for this past week :

NoSQL for the serverless age: Announcing Cloud Firestore general availability and updates” (Google blog). GA comes with an SLA, new regions, and more. Exciting times!

Data analytics, meet containers: Kubernetes Operator for Apache Spark now in beta” (Google blog). Available from the GCP Marketplace for Kubernetes — manage your Spark applications natively from Kubernetes.

GKE usage metering: Whose line item is it anyway?” (Google blog). Resource usage broken down by namespaces and labels in multi-tenant Kubernetes clusters.

Cloud migration projects move faster with Velostrata migration waves from Google Cloud” (Google blog). Batch workload migrations based on production level, size, importance to the business, etc…

From the “Data Studio is worth a thousand pictures” department :

From the “how-to and hacking” department :

From the “Pragmatic IoT” department :

From still my favorite “Customers and partners talk best about GCP” department :

From the “Apigee growing closer to GCP” department :

From the “is Cloud Dataproc GCP’s best kept secret?“ department :

From the “Tensorflow and ML all the things” department :

From the “Serverless functions, apps, and Knative“ department :

From the “There’s always more GCP on Medium” department :

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

From the “all things multimedia” department :

This week’s picture is Cloud Firestore hitting GA

that is all for this week!