TWiGCP — “Go 1.11 Cloud Functions, Moar GPUs, & BigQuery in Sheets”

Here are some of the main stories for this past week :

Get Go-ing with Cloud Functions: Go 1.11 is now a supported language” (Google blog). The much-anticipated beta of Go on GCF is here with all the Go HTTP middleware and libraries now yours to leverage!

Connecting BigQuery and Google Sheets to help with hefty data analysis” (Google blog). The Sheets data connector for BigQuery is soon to hit GA.

NVIDIA Tesla T4 GPUs now available in beta” (Google blog). You can now create custom VM shapes with up to four T4 GPUs, 96 vCPUs, 624GB of RAM, and 3TB of SSD. With preemptible VM instances, GPUs start at $0.29 per hour!

Check up on your remote fleet: Cloud IoT now makes Device Activity Logging generally available” (Google blog). One can now enable device logging for a single device or for an entire fleet of devices.

From the “Serverless all the things” department :

From the “GKE and Cloud Native” department :

From the “Machine Learning announcements, best practices, and future” department :

From the “DevOps and all things continuous” department :

From the “Certify all the things” department :

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

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

From the “all things multimedia” department :

This week’s picture features the new Go 1.11 runtime for Cloud Functions

That is all for this week!