TWiGCP — “Introducing Document AI, PostgreSQL 13, and new CDN features”

Alexis MP
Alexis MP
Nov 9, 2020 · 2 min read

Top GCP stories for this past week include :

From the “trust us because we let you trust us less” department :

From the “legacy systems and modern APIs don’t mix, don’t let this stop you” department :

From the “insights and fair pricing for everyone” department :

From the “Data Catalog Connectors from someone who’s built some” department :

From the “fixing and hacking containers” department :

From the “developer experience with containers, Cloud Code, and Cloud Run” department :

From the “customers and partners solving real-world problem with GCP” department :

From the “all things multimedia” department :

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

This week’s picture is a screenshot of the console for the newly-announced Document AI product

That is all for this week!
-Alexis

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